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THIRTY FIRST NEURAL PROSTHESIS WORKSHOP


 

October 25 - 27, 2000

Auditorium of the Lister Hill Center (NLM), Bldg. 38A

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)

National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR)

National Institutes of Health


Wednesday,

October 25, 2000

8:30 a.m.

Registration

9:00

State of the Institute - NINDS

Gerry Fischbach

9:10

State of the Institute - NIDCD

Jim Battey

9:20

State of the Center - NCMRR

Mike Wienrich

9:30

Welcome - NINDS, Update and Orientation

Bill Heetderks

9:35

The Response of the CNS to Injury
Ohio State University

Phil Popovich

10:00

Discussion

10:15

BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING

11:00

Safe Stimulation of Neural Tissue
Huntington Med. Res. Inst.

Doug McCreery
Al Lossinsky

11:25

Discussion

11:40

Experiences with the Neurotrophic Electrode in locked-in humans.
Neural Signals Inc.

Phil Kennedy

12:05

Discussion

12:20

LUNCH

1:20 p.m.

A Tissue Engineering Approach To Understand Regeneration, Glial Scar and Interfaces.
Case Western Reserve University

Ravi Bellamkonda

1:45

Discussion

2:00

Brain Prostheses: Tissue Compatibility & Integration
Wadsworth Center, NY Dept. of Health

Bill Shain

2:25

Discussion

2:40

Deep Brain Stimulation
University of Toronto

Andres Lozano

3:05

Discussion

3:20

BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING

4:00

Panel Discussion - What are the risks associated with CNS implantation and stimulation? What additional work needs to be done?

Terry Hambrecht, Moderator

5:00

Adjourn

6:00 p.m.

Informal Get-Together
Chatter's - Ramada Inn
(1/2 block south on Wisconsin Ave.)

Note: Be sure to visit the posters in the hallways and foyer.

Authors will be at their posters during breaks.


Thursday, October 26, 2000

8:00 a.m.

Cortical Control of Neural Prostheses
Arizona State University

Andy Schwartz
Daryl Kipke

8:25

Discussion

8:40

Cortical Control of Neural Prostheses
Brown University

John Donoghue
Kenji Nakata
Mijail Serruya

9:05

Discussion

9:20

Direct Brain Interface Based on Event Detection in ECOG
University of Michigan

Simon Levine

9:40

Discussion

9:50

BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

10:30

Chronic Microstimulation of the Lumbosacral Spinal Cord
Huntington Med. Res. Inst.

Doug McCreery
Al Lossinsky

10:55

Discussion

11:10

Microstimulation of the Lumbosacral Spinal Cord - Mapping
University of Pittsburgh

Jim Roppolo

11:35

Discussion

11:50

LUNCH

1:00 p.m.

Microstimulation of the Lumbosacral Spinal Cord - Mapping
Case Western Reserve University

Warren Grill
Michel Lemay
Ken Gustafson

1:25

Discussion

1:40

Multichannel Stimulating and
Intracortical Recording Electrodes
University of Michigan

Ken Wise

2:15

Discussion

2:30

Insulating Biomaterials
InnerSea Technologies

Dave Edell

2:55

Discussion

3:10

BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

3:40

Hermetic Packages and Feedthroughs
The University of Michigan

Khalil Najafi

4:05

Discussion

4:20

Functional Neuromuscular Stimulation (FNS)
Case Western Reserve University

Pat Crago
Kevin Kilgore
Rich Lauer
Hunter Peckham
Bob Kirsch

4:45

Discussion

5:00

Neural Control Multichannel Implantable System

CWRU

Hunter Peckham

5:20

Discussion

5:30

Unassisted Standing by FNS
Case Western Reserve University

Ron Triolo

5:50

Discussion

6:00

Adjourn

Note: Be sure to visit the posters in the hallways and foyer.

Authors will be at their posters during breaks.


Friday,

October 27, 2000

8:00 a.m.

Speech Processors for Auditory Prostheses
House Ear Institute

Bob Shannon

8:25

Discussion

8:40

Speech Processors for Auditory Prostheses
Research Triangle Institute

Blake Wilson
Dewey Lawson

9:05

Discussion

9:20

Neurophysiological Effects of Simulated
Auditory Prosthesis Stimulation
University of Iowa

Paul Abbas
Charles Miller
Jay Rubinstein

9:45

Discussion

10:00

Special Recognition for Michael Pierschalla

10:10

BREAK and POSTER VIEWING

10:40

Feasibility of a Central Nervous System
Auditory Prosthesis
Huntington Med. Res. Inst. / House Ear Institute

Doug McCreery
Bob Shannon

11:05

Discussion

11:20

Effects of Remaining Hair Cells on Cochlear Implant Function
University of Iowa

Paul Abbas
Charles Miller
Jay Rubinstein

11:45

Discussion

12:00

LUNCH

1:00 p.m.

Protective Effects of Patterned Electrical Stimulation
UCSF

Pat Leake

1:25

Discussion

1:40

Protective Effects of Patterned Electrical Stimulation
University of Melbourne

Rob Shepherd

2:00

Discussion

2:10

Multichannel Transcutaneous Cortical Stimulation System
Illinois Institute of Technology

Phil Troyk

2:35

Discussion

2:50

FINIS; Next years meeting: Oct.17-19, 2001.

Last updated November 24, 2008