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2020 Neuroscience Expo: Making Connections

Oct. 24 to Nov. 24

Starting Oct. 24, recordings of live presentations from the 2020 Neuroscience Expo are available with on-demand access. Those who register for on-demand access will be able to access this content until Nov. 24.

The Norton Neuroscience Institute 2020 Neuroscience Expo is offered virtually to allow those living with a neurological condition and their caregivers to connect for support. Join us online for this free, on-demand event for the latest in information about treatments, rehabilitation and support resources. Presenters include neurologists, neurosurgeons and neuropsychologists; physical, occupational and speech therapists; and more. Tracks are available for specific neurological conditions, as well as general information on legal and financial resources.

A device with internet access and an email address are required to participate.

Select and view topics that are of interest to you:

  • Parkinson’s Disease Track
  • Epilepsy Track
  • Headache and Migraine Track
  • Life After Stroke Track
  • Legal and Financial Resources for Those With a Neurological Condition
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Track (in partnership with the National MS Society)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Track

What Does a Virtual Conference Look Like?

During the on-demand 2020 Neuroscience Expo you will be able to participate virtually in the track(s) of your choice. A collection of presentations will cover a variety of topics. Opportunities to connect with support resources through a virtual vendor expo are available. You can view the sessions anywhere you have a device with internet access. Your personal image, identity or video capability will not be used.

Who Should Attend the Neuroscience Expo?

This virtual expo is designed for:

  • Individuals with a neurological condition
  • Caregivers and family
  • Support care providers
  • Clinical care providers
  • Community resource providers

My Condition of Interest Isn’t a Designated Track. What Should I Choose?

The Neuroscience Expo is designed around designated disease tracks, but many related conditions will be supported as a part of these tracks. View the track that is the most closely related to your area of interest.

Support for this event provided by:

  • Platinum sponsor
    • Caretenders
  • Gold sponsors
    • Biogen
    • Biohaven Pharmaceuticals
    • Sanofi Genzyme
  • Silver sponsors
    • AbbVie
    • Amgen
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