October 28-29, 2021

2e Symposium québécois sur la neurostimulation (SQN)


In recent decades, several techniques have been developed to stimulate the central nervous system. Today, researchers and clinicians use neurostimulation to study and better understand how the brain works, but also to treat various pathologies affecting the central nervous system.

In the light of the success and positive feedback following our first edition, the “Groupe de Recherche sur les Aînés, la Neurostimulation et la Douleur” are proud to announce the second edition of the Quebec Symposium on Neurostimulation (SQN), a scientific event (free for students) held online the October 28th and 29th 2021.

This symposium provides a unique opportunity to bring together members of industry, clinicians, researchers, and students interested in the use of neurostimulation in neurosciences. By encouraging the presence of speakers and presenters from various fields, this initiative will allow participants to discover and appreciate several possible applications of neurostimulation, both from a mechanistic and therapeutic perspective, and to foster the establishment of collaborations between researchers, clinicians, and industry.

Please note that registration for students is FREE.
Registration for researchers, clinicians, and other non-student participants is $150.

*English and French live translation
For any questions, please contact us at neurostimulation@USherbrooke.ca

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Program 2021
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October 28th

8h15-8h45 : Welcome and Special Networking Coffee spécial with Pr. Guillaume Léonard
Please feel free to submit your questions in advance to the organizing committee at neurostimulation@USherbrooke.ca

8h45-9h00 : Yohann Thenaisie, Laureate of ma Thèse en 180 secondes 2021
Subthalamic nucleus dynamics enable real-time decoding of natural and pathological walking in Parkinson’s disease

9h00-10h00: Student oral presentations

10h00-10h15: Break

10h15-10h45 : Invited Speaker - Pre Pascale Tremblay (20 min + 10 min Q&A)
Towards improved communication in older adults using excitatory brain stimulation
https://cervo.ulaval.ca/en/pascale-tremblay

10h45-11h15: Invited Speaker - Pre Shirley Fecteau (20 min + 10 min Q&A)
Non-invasive neuromodulation combined with magnetic resonance imaging
https://cervo.ulaval.ca/en/shirley-fecteau

11h15-11h30: Interactive Activity - What is the reality of neurostimulation in the clinic?

11h30-11h45: Pizes awarding

11h45: Day closing message

October, 29th

8h45-9h15: Welcome and Special Networking Coffee with Pr. Serge Marchand
Please feel free to submit your questions in advance to the organizing committee at neurostimulation@USherbrooke.ca

9h15-9h45: Invited Speaker - Pr Axel Thieschler (20 min + 10 min Q&R)
Combining personalized field calculations with concurrent NIBS-MRI to reveal how and where stimulation affects brain activity
https://www.drcmr.dk/Thielscher

9h45-10h00: Break

10h00-11h00: Round tables: Creation of recommendations for the application of neurostimulation in the clinic

11h00-11h30 : Invited Speaker - Dr Marc Lévêque (20 min + 10 min Q&R)
Pain against the tide, towards the post-medication era
https://www.linkedin.com/in/marclevequemd/?originalSubdomain=fr

11h30-11h45 : Symposium closing message

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For more information, please visit our website: https://neurostimulation.ca/symposium-2021-en/

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Your organizing committee,

Pr Guillaume Léonard (Pht, Ph.D.) - Organisateur principal - Université de Sherbrooke

Carmen Édith Belleï-Rodriguez (M.Sc., Ps.Ed) - Université de Sherbrooke

Arnaud Duport (M.Sc.) - Université de Sherbrooke/Université de Littoral Côte d'Opale

Martine Bordeleau (Ph.D.) - Université de Sherbrooke

Mikaël Desmons (M.Sc.) - Université Laval

Philippe Patricio (PT, M.Sc.) - Université Laval

Monica Sean (M.Sc.) - Université de Sherbrooke

Matthieu Vincenot (M.Sc., Neuropsychologue en France) - Université de Sherbrooke

Heather Whittaker (M.Sc.) - Université McGill

Partenaires Or / Gold Sponsors

  • Centre de recherche du CHU de Sherbrooke
  • Agora Opus 3

Partenaires Argent / Sivler Sponsors

  • Université de Sherbrooke
  • Rogue Research Inc.
  • Réseau de Bio-Imagerie du Québec
  • RECMUS

Partenaires Bronze / Bronze Sponsors

  • Fourwaves
  • Réseau Québécois de Recherche en Douleur
  • REMDUS
  • Centre d'excellence en neurosciences de Sherbrooke

Location

Online event

Registration period

September 14, 2021 - 09:00 until October 28, 2021 - 23:30

Submission period

March 11, 2021 - 19:00 until November 4, 2021 - 09:00

Contact us

If you have any questions, please contact neurostimulation@USherbrooke.ca .

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