17th SSNN Congress

17th Congress of the Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity (SSNN)

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WELCOME ADDRESS - 17th Congress of the Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity

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PRESIDENTIAL SESSION - SESSION #1 | Each talk has 5 min allotted for Q&A

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Paraneoplastic neuropathies

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Advances and updates in neurorecovery after stroke - new EAN-EFNR guideline

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Pharmacological aspects on functional recovery in postacute cerebral injury

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Novel and non-invasive brain-computer interface-based stimulation device using frequency tuned electromagnetic fields to significantly reduce disability following sub-acute ischemic stroke

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SESSION #2 | Each talk has 5 min allotted for Q&A

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Brain/neural-controlled exoskeletons for restoration of movement

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Application of non-invasive brain stimulation for neurorehabilitation

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Vagus nerve stimulation for post-stroke motor recovery

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Session Break

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SESSION #3 | Each talk has 5 min allotted for Q&A

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Update of clinical and pathogenetic aspects of inherited small vessel diseases

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Recent progress in advanced Parkinson disease management

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The impact of N-Pep-12 treatment on brain electrical activity after ischemic stroke

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Session Break

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SESSION #4 | Each talk has 5 min allotted for Q&A

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What will stroke rehabilitation be like in 2030?

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Neurotrophic factors – an effective neurovascular therapy for stroke with therapeutic effects mediated by secondary small vesicles, exosomes, generated by cerebral endothelial cells

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Key factors to consider when planning for a large brain stimulation stroke motor recovery trial — an example of TRANSPORT2

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Cerebellar DBS to promote upper extremity motor function in chronic stroke - Phase I Trial

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Wrap-up & Concluding Remarks

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