Early Access to Neuromodulation and Recording- 6/3-6/4

Summary

TITLE: NIH BRAIN Initiative Workshop: Industry Partnerships to Facilitate Early Access to Neuromodulation and Recording Devices for Human Clinical Studies

TIME: 12:00:00 PM DATE: June 3 and 4, 2015

PLACE: Neuroscience Center Building (NSC)

Live NIH Videocast (archived after seminar)

TITLE: NIH BRAIN Initiative Workshop: Industry Partnerships to Facilitate Early Access to Neuromodulation and Recording Devices for Human Clinical Studies

TIME: 12:00:00 PM  DATE: June 3 and 4, 2015

PLACE: Neuroscience Center Building (NSC)

DARPA’s new Electrical Prescriptions (ElectRx)  (pronounced “electrics”) program aims to develop new high-precision, minimally invasive technologies for modulating nerve circuits to restore and maintain human health, initiated in support of the President’s brain initiative.

DARPA’s new Electrical Prescriptions (ElectRx) (pronounced “electrics”) program aims to develop new high-precision, minimally invasive technologies for modulating nerve circuits to restore and maintain human health, initiated in support of the President’s brain initiative. Source: Kurzweil AI article “DARPA explores neuromodulation of organ functions to help the human body heal itself” Sept. 2, 2014

Description

As part of The BRAIN Initiative(SM), NIH intends to initiate a program of collaborative partnerships between clinical/academic researchers and corporate manufacturers of devices for human brain modulation and recording, to address the compelling need for a streamlined path for developing and integrating innovative new technologies for human brain research. The purpose of this workshop is to:

• Bring together stakeholders and interested parties to disseminate information on opportunities for research using latest-generation devices for CNS neuromodulation and interfacing with the brain in humans.
• Describe the proposed NIH framework for facilitating and lowering the cost of new studies using these devices.
• Discuss regulatory and intellectual property considerations.
• Solicit recommendations for data coordination and access.

Web Information

Webpage:  meetings.ninds.nih.gov/Home/Index/10654

Agenda

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General Information

As part of The BRAIN InitiativeSM, NIH intends to initiate a program of collaborative partnerships between clinical/academic researchers and corporate manufacturers of devices for human brain modulation and recording, to address the compelling need for a streamlined path for developing and integrating innovative new technologies for human brain research.  The purpose of this workshop is to:

  • Bring together stakeholders and interested parties to disseminate information on opportunities for research using latest-generation devices for CNS neuromodulation and interfacing with the brain in humans.
  • Describe the proposed NIH framework for facilitating and lowering the cost of new studies using these devices.
  • Discuss regulatory and intellectual property considerations.
  • Solicit recommendations for data coordination and access.

Speakers

Name Title Organization City State Country
Bardot, Dawn Dr MDIC Minneapolis MN United States
Buzsaki, Gyorgy Dr New York Univeristy New York NY United States
Caporello Bluvas, Emily Dr i_SW/DARPA Arlington VA United States
Denison, Timothy Dr Medtronic. PLC Minneapolis MN United States
Farber, Gregory Dr NIMH Rockville MD United States
Ford, Paul Dr Cleveland Clinic Shaker Heights OH United States
Freaner, Debbie Ms NIH Bethesda MD United States
Grill, Warren Dr Duke University Durham NC United States
Harkema , Susan University of Louisville Louisville KY United States
Henderson, Jaimie Dr Stanford University Stanford CA United States
Insel, Thomas Dr National Institute of Mental Health Rockville MD United States
Mayberg, Helen Dr Emory University Atlanta GA United States
Sanchez, Justin Dr DARPA Arlington VA United States
Shannon, Robert University of Southern California, Keck School of La Canada Flintridge CA United States

Videocast

Day 1- June 3, 2015

(runtime 10 hours)

Day 2- June 4, 2015

(runtime 10 hours)

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