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NSU’s Institute for Child Health Policy to Host Forum on Brain Injury, May 5

NSU’s Institute for Child Health Policy will host the International Forum for Innovations in Diagnosis and Treatment of Mild/Moderate Brain Injury on Thursday, May 5.

Learn from, and network with, the international experts on the diagnosis and management of mild to moderate brain injury, non-accidental brain injury (e.g. blast injuries, child abuse), head injury in sport, and non-traumatic causes of brain injury (e.g. stroke, and anxiety as a consequence of brain injury).Participate in the discussion and debate, and whether your motivation be purely clinical or include a research interest, you will be rewarded by learning about the latest cutting edge research discoveries, clinical practices, treatments and controversies, in a number of important domains of brain injury in children, late adolescents and their families.

Some of the speakers will include: George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D, president of Nova Southeastern University; Jay M. Uomoto, Ph.D., interim deputy director of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs;  Barry Nierenberg, Ph.D., ABPP, associate professor,  NSU’s Center for Psychological Services; Neal Baer, M.D., Executive Producer Law & Order: SVU; Deborah Ann Mullligan, MD, director of NSU’s Institute for Child Health Policy; Daniel Fagbuyi, M.D. FAAP FACEP, assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine, George Washington University; Stephen A. Russo, Ph.D., assistant professor, NSU’s Center for Psychological Studies; Andrew M. Kusienski D.O. CSM, team physician and medical director for NSU Athletics; Vinny Scavo, University of Miami’s head athletic director; Susan Fisher-Owens, M.D., MPH, assistant clinical professor, University of California at San Francisco; and U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

This interdisciplinary continuing education forum will take place from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at NSU’s Carl DeSantis Building’s Knight Auditorium on main campus. To register onsite or for a webinar, please visit http://www.nova.edu/ichf/. For information, please call Eli Saleeby at 954-262-1942.