JUNE 17-18, 2014
University of Washington, Seattle
The NeuroFutures Conference is designed to accelerate the pace and impact of innovations in neuroimaging, brain mapping, brain stimulation, big data analytics and brain-computer interfaces by bringing together thought leaders from these disciplines to exchange ideas and forge new collaborations.
The conference will highlight people and organizations in the Northwest and from around the country that are leading the way in each of these areas. Meeting attendees will learn the state of the art, present and discuss their work, and interact with neurotechnology leaders in a small conference setting.
The NeuroFutures Summit will be a two-day integrated single-track conference with keynote presentations, panel discussions, lightning talks, poster sessions, and a special evening reception. Meeting attendees will learn the state of the art in selected areas, present and discuss their work, and have ample time to interact with neurotechnology leaders from the Pacific Northwest and across North America in a small conference setting.
Keynote speakers include Ed Lein (Allen Institute), Craig Forest (Georgia Tech), Richard Andersen (Caltech), Richard Buxton (UCSD), Tim Denison (Medtronic), Andres Lozano (U Toronto), Jeffrey Ojemann (UW) and Justin Sanchez (DARPA).
Magali Haas, MD, PhD, CEO and founder of Orion Bionetworks, will lead a panel on “Mining Shared Neural Data Sets” at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 17.