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IASP – 16th World Congress on Pain 26th - 30th September 2016

Venue: Yokohoma, Japan
I’m pleased to share with you some updates regarding the coming IASP congress (Yokohama Japan, Sep. 26-30):

For the first time, Medoc will present in an 18sqm booth size (#660&#661), and will show the following systems:
* Q-Sense CPM
* Pathway Model CHEPS
* TSA-II
* Q-Sense
Our main focus will be our newest technologies: Pain modulation using a dual probe technology and our latest published normative data for CHEPS.

 

Our digital promotion will start soon, and we kindly ask you to take an active part!
* Use the IASP digital signature (pls find attached and instructions below)
* Like & share the posts on LinkedIn and Facebook
* Forward the e-blast to your data base
* Talk to attendees
 from your region and invite them to visit our booth and experience our latest technologies LIVE
* Tell us who will join IASP and we’ll welcome them at the booth
* Join us at the exhibition

Pre-congress promotion is important to all of us: It can maximize the traffic to our booth during the congress and it can also awake awareness 
today for any thoughts or unmet needs of our clients.
It is a reason to talk and to interact.
A joint effort is the best way to spread the news so stay tuned… We’ll begin in September.

About the IASP:
IASP – 16th World Congress on Pain will be held in Yokohama, Japan during September 26-30, 2016.
The World Congress provides state-of-the-art learning opportunities on a wide array of topics in pain research and treatment. Thousands of the world’s leading experts and top researchers will share their thoughts,
research and findings. This year congress is expected to host over 5000 attendees worldwide.
You’re welcome to review the program attached with the sessions topics and main lecturers.

For further information click here

Event / News and Development / Workshop

EEG/TMS, EEG/ERP and BrainVision Analyzer Sessions Tuesday 24th November 2015 - Wednesday 25th November 2015

Venue: University of Auckland, Grafton, Auckland 1023, New Zealand, Room TBA

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Symbiotic Devices would love for you to join us at the official workshop of the ACNS in conjunction with University of Auckland! Numbers are limited, please register by the 31st of October 2015, this workshop is not to be missed!

Register Now

Participation and Workshops Material
The participation fee is AU $150 (ex. GST) for one or all three sessions, and includes all workshop material (incl. computers, software, dongle, etc.) as well as the workshop social on the evening of November 25th.

All payments should be made to Symbiotic Devices:

EFT details:
ANZ Bank, 271 Police Road, Mulgrave, Victoria, 3170
Account Name: Symbiotic Devices Pty Ltd (ACN 150 279 315) AFT Symbiotic Devices Family Trust (ABN 39 089 894 745)
BSB: 013271
Account Number: 476903256

Payments by credit card (Mastercard and Visa) will also be accepted, please contact us on: +61 1300 934 947 to arrange payment.

Program:

Session One:Optimising combined EEG and TMS measurement.
Practical workshop on Image-guided neuronavigation for TMS and multimodal imaging (combined EEG-TMS): setup, data acquisition and artifact minimisation.

During this session you will work with the following:
TMS compatible BrainAmp DC and BrainCap with Multitrodes, BrainSight TMS Neuronavigation and Deymed TMS

Welcome and coffee

9.00 am ~ 11.00am – Introduction to TMS (theoretical)
  • Invited speaker Jared Horvath
  • Overview of TMS and introduction to TMS equipment
  • Introduction to MRI guided Neuronavigation and its added value to TMS
  • Demonstration and hands-on MRI guided TMS using the BrainSight TMS Neuronavigation
  • Question Time
Lunch1.00pm ~ 3.00pm – Introduction to combined EEG and TMS

  • Challenges of combined EEG and TMS application
  • Demonstration of subject preparation and cap preparation
  • Online EEG-TMS data aquisition
  • TMS induced artifacts and solutions
  • Question Time
Session Two:Advanced EEG/ERP signal recording
Theory and hands-on session: EEG/ERP data acquisition, recording systems, recording with emphasis on exact timing of the simulation and individual channel localisation.

During this session you will work with the following:
actiCHamp Active electrode system, StimTrak, Photo Sensor and CapTrak

Welcome and coffee

9.00am ~ 11.00am – Theory and hands-on session: EEG/ERP data acquisition, recording systems, recording with emphasis on exact timing of the simulation and individual channel localisation.

Session Three:

BrainVision Analyzer2
Overview of BrainVision Analyzer2, ERP Analysis methods and artifact rejection.

During this session you will work with the following:
BrainVision Analyzer2

1.00pm ~ 3.00pm – ERP analysis

  • Including pre-processing, artifact handling, calculation of individual and group averages, visualization and result export and Introduction to Wavelet analysis.
  • Tricks around BrainVision Analyzer 2
  • BrainVision Analyzer2 complementary technologies: extending the capabilities of the BrainVision Analyzer2
  • Question Time
3.00pm ~ 3.15pm – Coffee break3.15pm ~ 5.30pm – Session 3 Continued

Social Event

Event / News and Development

IWSP7: Epilepsy Mechanisms, Models, Prediction and Control 3rd - 6th August 2015

Venue: Ian Potter Auditorium of the ground floor of the Melbourne Brain Centre at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Australia. The street address is: Kenneth Myer Building/30 Royal Parade, Parkville VIC 3052, Australia.

Symbiotic Devices are proud sponsors and will also be attending the upcoming IWSP7 Conference.

We look forward to seeing you there

For further details please visit: http://www.iwsp7.org/