Living with Traumatic Brain Injuries: Community-Academic Partnerships

ConferenceThe University of Maine Office of Research in partnership with the Acquired Brain Injury Advisory Council, DHHS are offering this conference...

Friday, March 28, 2014
8:30 am to 3:00 pm

at the Wells Conference Center, University of Maine at Orono, Maine.

The following presenters and presentations:

  • Kirsten Capeless, MS Brain Injury Services in Maine.
  • Mike Rizzo, NP, ME Concussion Management Initiative. Assessment of Concussion in Pediatric Sports.
  • Ali Abedi , PhD, Professor, Electrical And Computer Engineering, UMaine. Detection of Traumatic Brain Injury during Sleep.
  • Bryan Hudson, PhD, neuropsychologist, CNS e-Health. Cloud Computing for Interdisciplinary Communications for Brain Injury Services.
  • Dick Brown, Director and CEO Charlotte White Center & Co-Chair ABIAC. Brain Injury, Care and Application of Assistive Technology.
  • Rob Ferguson, Health Psychologist, Rehabilitative Medicine, EMHS. Management of Chemotherapy-Related Cognitive Dysfunction.
  • Kelley Bowden, NP, Perinatal Nurse Outreach Manager for ME. Shaken Baby Syndrome and Brain Injury
  • Len Kaye, PhD, Professor and Director of the UMaine Center on Aging. Falls Prevention among Older Adults.
  • Marie Hayes, PhD, Professor, Psychology, UMaine. Opportunities for Translational Research on Brain Injuries.

For more information, please contact:

Kirsten L. Capeless, MS
Program Manager for Brain Injury Services
Office of Aging & Disability Services
Maine Department of Health & Human Services

(207) 287-6656

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