The Brain Injury Association of America held its an outstanding three-day conference on Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury: The State of the Art. The program was organized by Dr. Yehuda Ben-Yishay, a leading pioneer in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation. The American Congress of Rehabilitation menacing brain injury interdisciplinary special interest group and the North American Brain Injury Society served as conference collaborators. The conference brought together some of the leading experts in the field of traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, including but not limited to Donald G. Stein, Ph.D. (Brain Repair and Plasticity); Murial D. Lezak, Ph.D. (Neuropsychological Assessment); Leonard Diller, Ph.D. (Neuropsychological Rehabilitation); Erin Bigler, Ph.D. (Advances in Neuroimaging); Keith Ciccerone, Ph.D. (2004 ACRM Evidence Based Literature Review of Cognitive Rehabilitation); Gregory J. O’Shana, M.D. (The Role of Psychopharmacology in Rehabilitation); and George Prigatono, Ph.D. (The Role of Psychotherapy in TBI Rehabilitation). The conference concluded with outstanding presentations by Mitchell Rosenthal, Ph.D. (NIDRR Assistive Technology Project Update); James F. Malec, Ph.D. (Return to Work Issues) and Wayne A. Gordan, Ph.D. (Applying What has been Learned). This conference of professionals was well received by all participants. On September 22-24, 2005 the North American Brain Injury Society will sponsor a medical conference for medical professionals. Please check the NABIS website for more details.