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FESN Scientific Summer School 2022

5th FESN Scientific Summer School

22-25 August, 2022

Seminar-Center, Freie Universität Berlin
“A Toolbox for Neuropsychological Research and Practice”:

The FESN will organise its fifth Neuropsychology School to be held at the FU Berlin from 22 to 25 August 2020 (Local Organizers: Professor Michael Niedeggen and Ina Nordwald). The school is aimed at graduate students in their final years of PhD, or early post-docs, as well as clinicians at a comparable level of their career. About 60 participants are invited from all partaking National Societies. 

The programme is taught by experts in their field, and aimed at providing state-of-the-art knowledge and skills for students and postdocs working in all field of neuropsychology. Apart from an interesting programme, the school offers lots of opportunity to socialise and develop a European network of young neuropsychological researchers.

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Program

Meeting Venue

Hotel List



Programme: Summer School 2022

 

 

Monday

August 22

Tuesday

August 23

Wednesday

August 24

Tuesday

August 25

9.00-10.30

 

A primer on using non-invasive brain stimulation

Stephen Jackson (Nottingham)

Univariate vs. multivariate lesion-deficit inference - the benefits of new analysis methods and their shortcomings

Thomas Hope (London)

Big Data Analysis (Part 1)

Christopher Madan (Nottingham)

10.30-11.00

 

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11.00-12.30

Registration

Clinical application of non-invasive brain stimulation

Katherine Dyke (Nottingham)

How can neuropsychological research inform clinical practice? Neurocognitive underpinning of executive functions and their assessment

Lisa Cipolotti (London)

Big Data Analysis (Part 2)

Christopher Madan (Nottingham)

 

Farewell

12.30-14.00

Coffee Break

Lunch

Lunch

 

14.00-15.30

Better Methods in Neuropsycho-logical Diagnostics

Edward de Haan (Amsterdam)

Sergio Della Sala (Edinburgh)

Subjective cognitive decline: A challenge for Neuropsychology

Michael Niedeggen (Berlin)

Intervention research in Clinical Neuropsychology

Teppo Särkämö (Helsinki)

 

 

15.30-16.00

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

 

16.00-17.30

Spotlights (1)

Short presentations of participants’ research projects

 

 

Neurodevelopmental disorders: is it time for a transdiagnostic approach?

Stephen Jackson (Nottingham)

Spotlights (2):

Short presentations of participants’ research projects

 

 

 

Get-together

(organized by FESN-Student Liaison Committee)

 

TBA

(organized by FESN-Student Liaison Committee)