I am honored to have been re-invited to speak at the Visual Processing Symposium at the Society of Brain Mapping and Therapeutics again this year. Last year, my topic was "Saccades: The 100ms Brain Assessment," and this year, I'd like to expand upon that topic by exploring an old but still clinically uncharted area of the brain that is affected in both traumatic and degenerative brain disorders: the superior colliculus.
This year's topic is "Clinical Applications of the Superior Colliculus in Visual, Cognitive, Motor, and Spatial Rehabilitation". This session aims to unravel the multifaceted role of the superior colliculus in visual, cognitive, motor, and spatial rehabilitation. We will explore cutting-edge research and innovative clinical applications, shedding light on how this small yet mighty brain region orchestrates a symphony of sensory and motor processes. Attendees will gain insights into novel rehabilitation strategies that leverage the superior colliculus's unique capabilities, potentially transforming practices in neuro-rehabilitation. This presentation is a must-attend for professionals eager to expand their understanding and harness the brain's untapped potential in therapeutic interventions.
I hope you will join me and thousands of others at one of the premiere neuroscience conferences of the year: The Society of Brain Mapping and Therapeutic's 21st Annual World Congress will take place on March 14th to 17th, 2024 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California