The International Brain Injury Association (IBIA) held its gala awards dinner at the Ninth World Congress on Brain Injury this past Saturday evening. The gala awards dinner was held at the National Museum of Scotland, considered by many to be Scotland’s finest example of Victorian architecture.
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Today I attended a fascinating debate regarding the value of neuropsychological assessment in determining functional ability after a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Speaking in favor were Jeffrey Kreutzer, Ph.D and Jennie Ponsford, Ph.D.
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Last night I attended a wonderful reception at the Edinburgh City Chambers hosted by the Lord Provost and City Council. The highlight for me was chatting with Prof. Thomas McMillan, chair of Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Glasgow. Prof. McMillan, along with Sir Graham Teasdale, have been conducting research focusing on the outcome of brain injury and the implications for service use and development, across a span from very mild to extremely severe head injury and from specific impairments to general outcome in terms of recovery, disability and death.
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I am currently in Edinburgh, Scotland attending the The International Brain Injury Association’s 9th World Congress on Brain Injury. The World Congress on Brain Injury is an annual conference featuring lectures and educational seminars presented by world renowned doctors, lawyers, educators and researchers in the brain injury field.
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This past Friday and Saturday, the American Association for Justice held its annual Litigating Traumatic Brain Injury Cases Seminar in Miami, Florida. I had the pleasure of co-chairing that conference with Kenneth Goldblatt, Esq. The program brought together some of the top physicians and trial attorneys in the United States to teach plaintiff trial lawyers how to be better advocates on behalf of their clients who have sustained an acquired traumatic brain injury.
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I just returned from Denver, Colorado where it is 3 degrees and snowing. I had the pleasure of being featured speaker at the Traumatic Brain Injury and Emotional Injury Summit. I was invited to speak on the topic of “Overcoming the Barriers of Daubert-Fries to the Admissibility of Modern Neuroscience.”
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Earlier this year I blogged about the upcoming Ninth World Congress on Brain Injury which will be hosted by the International Brain Injury Association this March in Edinburgh, Scotland at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
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Last Friday, November 11, 2011, I had the honor of being asked to serve as a lecturer at the Consumer Attorneys of California’s (CAOC) 50th Annual Convention in San Francisco, California. CAOC is an organization of more than 3,000 attorneys who represent plaintiffs and consumers who seek responsibility from wrongdoers.
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