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Proposals Evaluation

Dear ISAB members,

We have completed proposals for ECCN 2015 and now is the time to kindly ask you to make the rating. As you can see there are some 65 proposals to be evaluated divided into basic 12 topics. Please be aware that the assignment is just indicative, many proposals could be assigned into more topic ranges. Therefore we strongly recommend to go carefully through all proposals and fill out requested data in the columns  in the sheet (the most important column is the rating with numbers 1,2,3  when 1 means the top rating).

Once we have collected all the date from you we will choose some 25-28 sections, the final selection will be made by professors L. Garcia-Larrea, Walter Paulus and Ivan Rektor during January 2015. We will do our best to prepare interesting, top quality and balanced scientific programme.

Please keep the deadline of  December 31, 2014!

Thank you for your cooperation, help and efforts!
Organizing team

Evaluation Form

Evaluation form is available HERE.

Completed evaluation form please send to (Renata Malkova, Congress Secretariat)

Detailed Information

For detailed information (in a PDF file) please click the title of the proposed session below. The Session description is on the last page of the PDF file.

ID Name Proposed Session
1. Neurophysiology of brain and mind
P-01 J. VALLS-SOLE    Brainstem reflexes and functions. Clinical applicability   
P-02 H. BASTUJI Local sleep, local wake
P-03 M. SEECK Can be localize language functions with neurophysiological tools?
P-04 M. BAREŠ New insights into the cerebellum
P-05 I. REKTOR Neurophysiology of the Music in the Brain
P-06 L. CABANEZ Sleep
P-07 R. BORDET Sleep deprivation as a translational challenge mimicking some Alzheimer's disease symptoms: new findings by PharmaCog project
P-08 N. ORIGLIA   Progress in the neurophysiology of olfaction: from molecules to perception  
2. Neurological and psychiatric diseases
P-09 H. BASTUJI Pain perception and sleep disorders
P-10 L. GARCIA-LARREA Neurophysiology in the medico-legal context
P-11 C. BABILONI "Of Mice and Men": impact of Alzheimer's disease on cortical generation of EEG rhythms in mice and humans towards a true translational model
P-12 M. DE TOMASSO  New insight in fibromyalgia pathophysiology 
P-13 L.YL Electrophysiological evaluation of spinal disorders
P-14 L. YL Electrophysiological Aspects of the Miller Fisher syndrome
P-15 L. YL Controversies: Is the Miller Fisher syndrome a defect of neuromuscular transmission?
P-16 G. MIRABELLA Uncovering pathophysiological mechanisms underlying Parkinson's disease
P-17 F.MÜLLER-DAHLHAUS GABA: non-invasive quantification and modulation in neuropsychiatric diseases
P-18 L. LEOCANI Functional assessment of multiple sclerosis - beyond diagnosis
3. Neurophysiology of normal and pathological development
P-19 F. VECCHIO Pre-stimulus EEG functional coupling could predict excitability fluctuations and cognitive performance during developmental, physiological and pathological aging
P-20 G.A. CHIARENZA New diagnostic and therapeutic perspectives in child psychiatry
P-21 S. LORI Update on neurophysiological tools for evaluation of preterm infants
P-22 M.D. LAMBLIN Neonatal EEG in 2015
4. Functional and multimodal brain imaging
P-23 I. REKTOROVA Combining imaging and NIBS to study  cognition and behaviour
P-24 L. CABANEZ Advanced imaging and intracranial recording for epilepsy and movement disorders
5. Electroencephalography, epilepsy
P-25 M. SEECK Biomarkers of epileptogenicity
P-26 S. BENICZKY Electromagnetic Source Imaging: methods and their clinical validation
P-27 I. REKTOR  Large scale networks in epilepsy 
P-28 P. JIRUŠKA New perspectives about the role of interictal epileptiform discharges in epilepsy
P-29 L. CABANEZ  Neurophysiology and imaging of movement disorders and epilepsy 
P-30 J. GOTMAN Looking inside the brain: what EEG and MEG can and cannot see
6. Electromyography, neuromuscular disorders
P-31 J. VALLS-SOLE Conventional electrodiagnostic tests for the assessment of small nerve fiber function
P-32 S. BENICZKY  Surface EMG during epileptic seizures 
P-33 H.M.SULTAN Uncommon entrapment neuropathies
P-34 J. BLAND Severity, progression and prognosis in neurophysiological assessment of peripheral nerve disease
P-35 L. CABANEZ  Peripheral neuropathies 
P-36 V.E. DRORY Fatigue in neuromuscular disorders
P-37 M. DE CARVALHO Fasciculations in Neuromuscular Disorders
7. Event Related Potentials/oscillations (cognitive, affective, sensory, motoric, pain)
P-38 R. VERLEGER The P3 component: The next fifty years
P-39 B. KOPP Cognitive neurophysiology in patients with neurological disease
8. Novel diagnostic neurophysiological methods/Quantitative sensory testing
P-40A D. BURKE Advances in testing axonal excitability
P-40 S. BENICZKY New methods in clinical neurophysiology: why are they rarely implemented in clinical practice?
P-41 V. DONADIO Neurophysiological evaluation of autonomic disorders
P-42 V. VALERIANI Contribution of clinical neurophysiology in the assessment of visceral pain pathophysiology
P-43 A. TRUINI Controversy : Which is the most accurate evoked potential technique for the assessment of nociceptive pathways?
P-44 M. DE CARVALHO Neurophysiology of the respiratory muscles
9. Neurophysiological methods
P-45 L. YL   Intraoperative Monitoring of Spinal Cord Disorders  
P-46 A.M. HUSAIN Contemporary intraoperative motor evoked potential monitoring
P-47 K. ŠONKA Sleep disorders monitoring
P-48 L. CABANEZ Neuromonitoring in the operative room and intensive care unit
10. Neurostimulation (invasive and non-invasive)
P-49 M. HALLET Variability in TMS studies
P-50 U. ZIEMANN TMS-EEG: a novel technique to measure excitability and connectivity of the human brain
P-51 V.K. KIMISKIDIS TMS-EMG and TMS-EEG in Epilepsy: current status  and  future prospects
P-52 L. GARCIA-LARREA rTMS treatment of chronic intractable pain
P-53 Y. UGAWA Quadripulse stimulation (QPS): variability, connectivity, BMI
P-54 R. CHEN Induction of brain plasticity using non-invasive brain stimulation: Methods and underlying mechanisms
P-55 R. CHEN Cortical circuits activated by transcranial magnetic stimulation
P-56 J. ROTHWELL Revisiting assumptions about commonly used TMS methods
P-57 A. KÜHN Deep brain stimulation – a unique opportunity to understand brain functions in health and disease
P-58 P. BROWN  Closed-loop brain stimulation for clinical therapy 
P-59 S.K. JÄÄSKELÄINEN Measuring and utilizing neuroplasticity in clinical medicine
P-60 L. LEOCANI TMS-tDCS neuromodulation in pre-clinical models of neuropsychiatric disorders
11. Neurophysiological signal processing/connectivity analysis and modeling
P-61 CH. MICHEL Temporal dynamics of brain resting state networks
P-62 M. ALEGRE Cross-frequency coupling in clinical neurophysiology
P-63 K. MINIUSSI Integrating advanced neuroimaging, neurostimulation and behaviour to explore brain connectivity
P-64 H. PRATT Brain Connectivity measures from the EEG: Assets and pitfalls
12. Varia
P-65 E. PAPATHANASIOU Teaching Course/Hands-On Session: Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMPs)