2019 Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center Symposium: 

The Future of Data (Neuro)Science

Wed. Oct 9, 2019  in  Boston, MA

You are invited to the inaugural 2019 Computational Neuroscience Outcomes Center Symposium; hosted by Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, & Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Representing the first event of its kind, the Symposium will bring together leading data science experts in the clinical neurosciences for a day of keynote & plenary talks on state-of-the-art advances, abstract presentations of cutting-edge work, & sessions to foster innovative collaborations. The audience includes the spectrum of computational neuroscience: both clinicians & scientists in neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, neuropathology, neurooncology, radiation oncology, neuroengineering, bioinformatics, biostatistics, & data science.

 

Please see our Symposium Program and Speakers list, including 2 Keynotes and 15 guest Speakers.

 

Register

 

Thanks to generous funding, early registration is FREERegistration is open to all clinicians, researchers, trainees, & students.

 

Submit Your Abstract

 

Abstract submissions, especially from medical/graduate students and residents/postdocs, are welcome. The top scored abstracts will be invited for poster presentation; with the best abstracts receiving CNOC Best Abstract Travel Awards  and selected to be given as proffered talks.  Please visit the abstract link for FAQs. Submission deadline to be considered for abstract awards is Sept 30th.

 

We look forward to seeing you in Boston for this exciting event!

Symposium Sessions Include:

Big Data Clinical Neuroscience Outcomes

 

AI Decision Making and Machine Learning Applications

 

Digital Phenotyping

 

Radiomics, Pathomics, and NeuroSignals Processing

 

Big Data: Implications, Ethics, and Policy

 

CNOC Symposium Directors

Timothy Smith, MD PhD

 

Bryan Iorgulescu, MD

 

Omar Arnaout, MD

 

William Gormley, MD MPH MBA

 

Administrative Director

Hassan Dawood