Agenda

MEETING AGENDA


Monday, June 1

Registration
Opening Reception


Tuesday, June 2

President's Welcome
Platform and Poster Sessions
JHN Editorial Board Meeting


Wednesday, June 3

Platform and Poster Sessions
ISHN Board Meeting


Thursday, June 4

Excursions
NMHM Tour


Friday, June 5

Platform and Poster Sessions
Business Meeting
Gala Dinner - The Whittemore House


Saturday, June 6

Platform and Poster Sessions

The meeting will consist of lectures and posters focused on the history of the most important neurological disorders including epilepsy, dementia, stroke, and movement disorders. Emphasis will also be given to the history and future of drug development.

TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2015

8:30am

Dr. François Boller

Dr. Henry Kaminsky

 

President's Welcome

Chairman's Foreword

9:00am

Drachman, Daniel

History of Myasthenia Gravis

10:00am

Kazamel, Mohamed

 

Boes, Christopher

Historical View: Renaut Corpuscles or Peripheral Nerve Infarcts

10:30am

Coffee Break

10:45am

Frixione, Eugenio

Back to the future, or ahead into the past? (Novel Unorthodox Views of the Nerve Impulse and of Vibrations in Neuronal Microtubules are Precedented by 300-year-old Similar Theories)

11:15am

Lanska, Douglas

The mythical rete mirabile: From Galen to Berengario to Vesalius

11:45am

Lanska, Douglas
 

Lanska, Joseph

 

Pulfrich's "Stereo Effekt" (1922): Modeling Target Trajectories for Pulfrich's Historic Demonstration Devices and a 2D Pendulum

12:15pm

Lunch Break

1:30pm

Shin, Youjung

Revisiting the Beginning of Modern Neuroscience

2:00pm

Lorusso, Lorenzo

 

Porro, Alessandro

 

Franchini, Antonella

 

 

Mechanical "Neuroscience" 

in Operetta

2:30pm

Russell, Gül A.

Color Vision: Chevreul and Ibn al-Haytham

3:00pm

Karenberg, Axel

Multiple Sclerosis in Fictional Literature

3:30pm

Fleuren, Kimberley

Koehler, Peter J

Experimental and Human Research on the Cerebellum as Represented in the Magnus-Rademaker Film Collection

4:00pm

Coffee Break

4:15pm

Colombo, Bruno

Porro, Alessandro

Franchini, Antonella

Lorusso, Lorenzo

 

Neurology in Popular Songs

4:45pm

Wijdicks, Eelco F.M

A Brief History of Neurology in Film

5:15pm

Adjourn

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2015

8:30am

Raz, Carmel

Hector Berlioz's Neurophysiological Imagination

9:00am

Conomy, John P.

The Role of Quarantine in Communicable Diseases Of the Nervous System

9:30am

Bogousslavsky, Julien

Hysteria versus Simulation During World War I: Sollier versus Babinski

10:00am

Coffee Break

10:15am

Hanigan, William

Standards of Care in the Army of the Potomac

10:45am

Phelps, Scott

Loose Ties: The Paradoxical Position of Norman Geschwind and the Theory of "Disconnexion"

11:15am

Wijdicks, Eelco F.M

C. Miller Fisher and his Examination of the Comatose Patient

11:45am

Friedman, Diane

Tracy Jackson Putnam (1894-1975)

12:30am

Lunch Break

1:30pm

Boller, François
 

Lorusso, Lorenzo

Lesser Known European Contributions to Neuroscience

2:00pm

Finger, Stanley
 

Eling, Paul

Franz Joseph Gall on Greatness in the Fine Arts

2:30pm

Koehler, Peter J.

Huygens' Headache

3:00pm

Finger, Stanley

Benjamin Franklin's Wife's Apoplexy

3:30pm

Coffee Break

3:45pm

Moore, Robert Y.

Charles Judson Herrick

4:15pm

Banulescu, Sultana

The 'Sale' of the Archivio and the Destruction of Public Neurosciences in Italy

4:45pm

Bobkova, Elena 
 

Lichterman, Boleslav

A Story of an Utopia: Why Labor Asylum in Yasnaya Polyana was not Materialized

5:15pm

Storey, Katherine

The Australian John Hunter

5:45pm

Boller, François

Presidential Address: Neurology and Psychiatry

6:15pm

Adjourn

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 2015

9:00am

Goetz, Christopher 

 

Walusinski, Oliver
 

Broussolle, Emmanuel
 

Rothstein, Ted

 

Symposium: Early contributions on Movement Disorders in the Nineteenth Century and the Beginning of the Twentieth Century

11:00am

Coffee Break

11:15am

Wong, Shun Ning

The Birth of Neurosurgery in Malaysia

11:45am

Lichterman, Boleslav L.  

Kozovenko, Mikhail

Repressed Neurosurgery: Life and Fate of Max Skoblo 

12:15pm

Shields, Donald

Psychosurgery in Washington, DC

12:45pm

Lunch Break

2:00pm

Kamal, Haris

Cerebral Angiography

2:30pm

Spiers, Mary V.

The Emergence of "Amnesia as Identity Loss" in Nineteenth Century Scientific and Popular Culture

3:00pm

Fontoura, Paulo 

Marques, Manuel 

Cardoso, Adelino

The treatise on pain in the Archipathologia of Filipe Montalto

3:30pm

Langer, Karen

On Anchoring Impressions into Memory: A Historical Perspective

4:00pm

Coffee Break

4:15pm

Wade, Nicholas

The Vision of Alfred Yarbus

4:45pm

Lorch, Marjorie Perlman

An Eighteen-year Exploration of the Language Faculty Through a Single Case

5:15pm

Hallett, Mark

Apraxia: The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of Diagrams

5:45pm

Adjourn

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 2015

9:00am

Stahnisch, Frank
 

Whitaker,Harry A.

 

Gavrus, Delia 
 

Del Maestro, Rolanda

 

 

 

Symposium: The History of Neuroscience in Canada

11:00am

Coffee Break

11:15am

Mattson, Richard

Gauthier, Angela

History of Antiepileptic Drug Development

11:45am

Neubauer, Uwe J.

The early years of epilepsy surgery

12:15pm

Fine, Edward J.

Origins of Surgical Epilepsy

12:45pm

Porcel, F.J. Rodriguez
 

Schutta, H.S

Jose Maria Ramos Mejia and the Management of Epilepsy in Argentina During the Late Nineteenth Century 

1:15pm

Adjourn

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