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Register Now for 2017 Neuroscience Conference on May 18

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The Stony Brook University Neurosciences Institute is hosting a CEU-accredited conference on the newest approaches, treatment options and management of diseases and conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system. Open to nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, physical therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, nursing students, medical residents and medical students, the conference will be held on Thursday, May 18, from 8:15 am to 4:30 pm in the Health Sciences Tower, Lecture Hall 1, Level 2. Registration begins at 7:45 am and breakfast and lunch will be provided.

To register, contact Joanna Foley at (631) 444-1741 or joanna.foley@stonybrookmedicine.edu. The registration fee is $75, which is waived for Stony Brook employees. Please register by May 13. Participants can earn 6.5 CEUs.

NeuroscienceTopics and Speakers
Solving the Mysteries of the Complex Neurological Patient
Mark Gudesblatt, MD, Neurologist; Medical Director, Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Care Center, South Shore Neurologic Associates, PC

Therapeutic Options for Refractory Epilepsy
Rebecca Spiegel, MD, Neurologist; Director, Stony Brook Epilepsy Center

Clinical Experience in Treating Epilepsy with NYS Medical Marijuana
Mary Andriola, MD, Neurologist; Co-Director, Stony Brook Epilepsy Center

Evaluation of Memory Complaints
Brian K. Lebowitz, PhD, ABPP-CN, Neuropsychologist; Director, Neuropsychology Training, Stony Brook Neuropsychology Services

Management of Cerebral Edema
Dharampreet Singh, MD, Neurology Chief Resident-select 2017-18, Stony Brook University Neurosciences Institute

Detection of Occult Arrhythmias
Stephen C. Vlay, MD, Cardiologist/Electrophysiologist, Heart Rhythm Center, Stony Brook University Heart Institute

Multiple Sclerosis Update 2017
Patricia Coyle, MD, Neurologist; Director, Stony Brook Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Center

Nuts and Bolts of Neurocritical Care
Brian Wright, MD, Critical Care Physician, Stony Brook Medicine

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