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5th Annual World Congress of IBMISPS

August 26-29, 2008
Free Enrollment for all UCLA Faculty and Students
RSVP to cnsievents@cnsi.ucla.edu

California NanoSystems Institute
UCLA, 570 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Neurosurgeons, Radiologists, Neurologists, Biotechnologists, Neuroscientists, Engineers, Physicists, Oncologists, Molecular Biologists are invited to participate in the 5th annual World Congress of IBMISPS.

The 5th Annual World Congress of IBMISPS will bring together world class authorities in neurology, neurosurgery, radiology, and biotechnologists to discuss their findings, new techniques and technologies, in brain mapping, brain monitoring and inter-operative surgical planning. This group of scientists, technologists and physicians represents the avant-garde of great advances in multi-disciplinary research and development.

Program

Agenda
Tuesday, August 26 Program Pages 8-13
Wednesday, August 27 Program Pages 14-17
Thursday, August 28 Program Pages 18-22
Cocktail Award Dinner Pages 23-28
Friday, August 29 Program Pages 29-33
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Key Note Speakers:

Leonard H. Rome
Director of the California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) and Senior Associate Dean for Research, David Geffen School of Medicine
Nanoparticles for Therapeutic Drug Delivery, and Introduction to the CNSI

Ron Kikinis
Founding Director of Surgical Planning Laboratory and Director of the National Center for Image Guided Therapy at the Harvard Medical School
The Role of Software in Image Guided Therapy

Patrick Soon-Shiong
Chairman and CEO of Abraxis BioScience, Inc.
The Need for Interdisciplinary Science to Effect Meaningful Clinical Change

Ron Von Jako
Chief Medical officer and Surgical Development Leader, GE Healthcare Surgery
Application of electromagnetic image guidance in spine surgery

Christian Macedonia
Chief of Research Operations, Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, U.S. Army
Brain Mapping and Systems Biology

Lectures:
  • Basic Science
  • Clinical Trials
  • Governmental Regulation
  • Patient Advocacy
  • Cutting Edge Research and Development in Brain Mapping and Intraoperative Surgical Planning

Practical Sessions:
Telemedicine, Endoscopy, Radiosurgery, and Functional Imaging.

Visit the official website of the IBMISPS for information about the 5th Annual World Congress of IBMISPS http://www.ibmisps.org/ including conference schedule, speakers, registration, etc.

IBMISPS is a non-profit association organization for the purpose of encouraging basic and clinical scientists who are interested or active in areas of Brain Mapping, BM, and Intra-operative Surgical Planning, ISP, to share their findings with other physicians and scientists across the disciplines (i.e. neurosurgeons, radiologists, neurologists, biotechnologists, anthropologists and neuroscientists).

The association is also intended for the purpose of promoting the public welfare through the advancement of Intra-operative Surgical Planning and Brain Mapping, by a commitment to excellence in education, and by dedication to research and scientific discovery.

The mission of the association will be achieved through a multi-disciplinary collaboration of government agencies, patient advocacy groups, educational institutions and the private sector brought together in order to address issues and problems related to Brain Mapping and Intra-operative Planning, and to implement new technologies to benefit patient care.




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