[visionlist] Rotman Research Institute Conference: Sensory & Cognitive Interactions in Aging
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Thu Mar 17 20:12:09 -05 2022
Join us at the 2022 VIRTUAL Rotman Research Institute Conference on March 21-22, 2022:
Aging & Brain Health: Sensory & Cognitive Interactions in the Aging Brain.
This year’s conference features four plenary sessions with presentations by internationally renowned speakers on the following themes:
Plenary I – Sensation, perception, and cognition in healthy aging
Plenary II – Sensation and perception in neurodegenerative disorders
Plenary III – Training interventions to enhance perception and cognition in older age
Plenary IV – Innovations to enhance sensory function for improved quality of life
Each plenary session will feature four or five speakers and a moderated panel discussion. The program also includes two interactive poster sessions and networking events with speakers and sponsors. The conference provides a unique opportunity for knowledge exchange between researchers and clinicians from around the world working to enhance our understanding of the interplay between sensory function, perception, and cognition in healthy aging and neurodegenerative disorders.
Registration and full program here: https://event.fourwaves.com/rotmanconf/pages
Vision Science related Speakers include: Robert Sekuler, Allison Sekuler, Jennifer Campos, Jennifer Ryan, Alice Cronin-Golomb, Soledad Ballesteros, Jocelyn Faubert, Kathleen Pichora-Fuller, and Walter Wittich
Allison B Sekuler, PhD
Sandra A Rotman Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience, Rotman Research Institute
President & Chief Scientist, Baycrest Academy for Research and Education at Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
President & Chief Scientist, Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation
Professor, Psychology, University of Toronto
Professor, Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University
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