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The 34th Annual Symposium of the National Neurotrauma Society

Hyatt Regency Lexington | Lexington, USA
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Title: The 34th Annual Symposium of the National Neurotrauma Society
Specialty: Neurology
Dates: From Jul, 26, 2016 to Jul, 29, 2016
Location: Lexington, USA
Type: Symposium
Registration Cost: From 550 to 775 USD
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Dear Neurotrauma Colleagues:


On behalf of the National Neurotrauma Society, I would like to invite you to attend The 34th Annual Symposium of the National Neurotrauma Society, including the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Neurotrauma & Critical Care, to be held in Lexington, KY on June 26-29, 2016.


Since its inception, this symposium has served as the premier forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury (SCI). Due to the strong focus of the meeting to integrate clinical, translational, and basic science neurotrauma-related information, combined with the meeting location in Lexington, KY, the horse capital of the world, this year’s theme is: “The Triple Crown: Advances in Basic Sciences, Pre-clinical Modeling and Clinical Approaches". 

As in previous years, this year’s meeting will be co-hosted by the National Neurotrauma Society and the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care.  This combination of expertise allows for presentations that integrate state-of-the-art clinical, translational and basic science information on the consequences of damage to the nervous system.  Expand your horizons by attending sessions from both societies.  As is typical, the format of the symposium will consist of informative discovery, translational, and clinical sessions and workshops, as well as programs for students and early career investigators. Plenary sessions, workshops, and poster sessions are being planned to focus on topics of current research and practice issues. A public lecture, patient perspective presentations, and networking opportunities will round out the program. CME credits will be provided for each day of the meeting.


NNS has reserved a large block of hotel rooms at two major hotels in Lexington:  the Hilton Lexington/Downtown and the Hyatt Regency Hotel, with extremely reasonable rates for attendees ($169 single/double per night) and a discounted rate for students ($149 single/double per night).  Students should consider reserving one of the limited number of Hilton suites, which accommodates up to 6 people and is equipped with a kitchen and living room to share.  Both hotels are immediately adjacent to the Lexington Center, the meeting headquarters, which has a variety of spaces ideal for large lectures, small discussion groups, and excellent poster space that will be integrated with the exhibit space, lounge areas, and meals. In addition, the Lexington Center is attached to The Lexington Shops as well as to world-renowned Rupp Arena.  Tours of Rupp and the UK Wildcats facility are being planned.


Lexington is easily accessible and economical. Flying over the famous Calumet Farms into the Lexington Bluegrass Airport (LEX), you’ll be greeted by one of the most beautiful air approaches in the county. The Blue Grass Airport provides non-stop flights to 13 large airport hubs with six of the nations top seven airlines, and provides shuttle options to the featured hotels.  Or if you prefer to drive, Lexington is within a day’s drive of 75% of the U.S. population.


At the end of the long workday, exciting activities will follow. Those who attend the WINTR reception will enjoy seafood and microbrews at Food Chain, an innovative nonprofit that provides education and hands-on training for indoor sustainable food production and processing.  Food Chain is combined with West 6th Microbrewery and Smithtown seafood restaurant – all linked in ways you’ll learn about during facilitated tours and tastings. Our Tuesday evening social event, “A Night at the Races”, will be held at Keeneland, a nationally renowned Thoroughbred racecourse, where you can take your chances at Lady Luck.  Rest assured, there will be plenty of opportunity to learn about the rich history of Kentucky Bourbon.  We are also planning a number of exciting student and postdoc team-building exercises that take advantage of a new craze sweeping the country, “BreakOut”, as well as high and low ropes courses and woodlands team-building activities at the Life Adventure Center. Time in the middle of the day and most evenings will be open to enjoy the city.


Please join us in Lexington for what promises to be an excellent meeting in an urban chic and innovative city!


See you in Lexington,


Diane M. Snow

2016 President, National Neurotrauma Society

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The Program Committee cordially invites you to submit an abstract for a contributed oral or poster presentation for the upcoming Neurotrauma symposium.

Authors wishing to contribute papers to must submit an abstract for review by the Program Committee.  All abstracts must be submitted electronically.


We have migrated to a new abstract system, which is now open for submissions.  We strongly encourage all authors to familiarize themselves with the system PRIOR to the deadline date.  The system will allow authors to submit abstracts (with up to 350 words), then after it has been accepted authors will be able to view their abstract online in an abstract archive.

Be aware that meeting registration is required before you can proceed to submit your abstract.

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Join the National Neurotrauma Society and the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Neurotrauma & Critical Care in Lexington, Kentucky from June 26-29, 2016 for a one-of-a-kind event that brings together scientists and physicians from around the globe to exchange ideas and debut cutting-edge research on brain and spinal cord injury.

Neurotrauma 2016 expects to attract 650-700 attendees, providing the best opportunity to gain and retain your share of the important neurotrauma market.  Capture new leads, introduce new products, and give product demonstrations to proven buyers. The exhibit area is a bustling marketplace for the latest and most innovative products and technologies in neuroscience and related fields.

The Neurotrauma Symposium is the premier scientific event for clinicians and researchers in the field of neurotrauma, presenting state of the art approaches and breaking research. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the number one cause of death in young adults and together with spinal cord injury is a major determinant of disability; both diseases incur high socio economic costs both in the acute treatment phase and in the long term due to loss of productive life years.

As an exhibitor, you will be highly visible and an integral part of the event as each sponsor and exhibitor will be given considerable exposure during the Symposium. The Symposium will provide an unsurpassed opportunity for companies to network and interact with global decision makers, critical care and rehab physicians, neurosurgeons and researchers.

Important new scientific developments will be presented in plenary and breakout sessions, oral and poster presentations. Controversial issues will be addressed in round table discussions and pro-con debates.  The Symposium will bring together an estimated 650+ scientists and clinicians from all over the world.

Exhibiting enables organizations like yours to contribute to the success of the annual conference, while benefiting from a high degree of exposure for your products and services to your worldwide target audience. Sponsorship of this premier event offers your organization lasting recognition and exposure and will serve to promote the quality of care for patients with brain and spinal cord injury. In this invitation we offer a large number of opportunities for sponsorship and present details on the exhibits. All exhibitors will have access to a good location and we will ensure maximum delegate exposure by providing food functions at the exhibition and integrating exhibits with the poster viewing sessions.

We look forward to welcoming you to Santa Fe!



Diane Snow, Ph.D.

2016 President, National Neurotrauma Society

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National Neurotrauma Society   |   9037 Ron Den Lane   |   Windermere   |   FL 34786 

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