MeMeA 2017 will include an afternoon tutorial session on Sunday, May 7, 2017 prior to the conference. There will be two tutorial tracks to choose from and the sessions will run from 1 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. The first track will be hosted by Mayo Clinic physicians and researchers and devoted to the medical application of biological sensors and the second track will be a technical track devoted to novel instrumentation and measurement techniques. Please find the tutorial schedule and links to view additional information below.
Tutorial Program Schedule - Sunday, May 7th
|Item||Time||Siebens 4-02||Siebens 4-10|
|Session #1||13:00 - 14:15||Charles Blaha: Electrochemical Methods to Monitor Neurochemicals in the Mammalian Nervous Systems||Luca De Vito & Maria Riccio: Motion tracking in medical rehabilitation|
|Break||14:15 - 14:30|
|Session #2||14:30 - 15:45||Erika Ross: Electrochemical Methods to Monitor Stimulation-Induced Neurochemical Changes in the Central & Peripheral Nervous Systems||Miodrag Bolic: Uncertainties in biomedical instrumentation and signal processing|
|Gather for Tour||15:50 - 16:00|
|Tour (Proton Beam Center)||16:00 - 17:00|
Abstracts and Bios
- Charles Blaha: Electrochemical Methods to Monitor Neurochemicals in the Mammalian Nervous Systems - View Abstract and Bio
- Miodrag Bolic: Uncertainties in biomedical instrumentation and signal processing - View Abstract and Bio
- Erika Ross: Electrochemical Methods to Monitor Stimulation-Induced Neurochemical Changes in the Central & Peripheral Nervous Systems - View Abstract and Bio
- Luca De Vito & Maria Riccio: Motion tracking in medical rehabilitation - View Abstract and Bios
As part of the Sunday tutorial offerings, Mayo Clinic is offering a tour of the Mayo Clinic Proton Beam Therapy Center. This is a rare opportunity for a “behind the scenes tour” of this advanced treatment facility. This tour is only offered Sunday (when no patient appointments are scheduled) and will not be repeated during the symposium. Please find additional information here.