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POSTED: September 08, 2020

Brain Injury Alliance of Utah Family and Professionals Conference

October 01-02, 2020

Brain Injury Alliance of Utah
Family & Professionals
Virtual Conference held on Hopin

Participate in an exciting 2-day conference featuring keynote talks form national experts, interactive breakout sessions, networking sessions, and an exhibitor expo!

Brain Injury Alliance of Utah

Virtual Conference held on Hopin

Participate in an exciting 2-day conference featuring keynote talks form national experts, interactive breakout sessions, networking sessions, and an exhibitor expo!

Brain Injury Alliance of Utah

Nationally known

Exhibitor Expo with
virtual booths and
scavenger hunt for

Registration costs
reduced for 2020, but
content increased

Scholarships for
educators and
individuals with
brain injury

CMEs and CEUs


Please click on the following links.

Hopin Events - Brain Injury


Call 801-709-1420 for

POSTED: September 04, 2020

Curing Coma

September 09-10, 2020

Curing Coma

The goal of the Curing Coma Campaign is to “change the game” regarding how coma and related disorders of consciousness are diagnosed, treated, and recovered. With its launch in 2019, one of the first goals of the Curing Coma Campaign was to bring together a diverse group of coma scientists, physicians, and implementation experts to advance the field of coma research.

The Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) are co-sponsoring a 2-day virtual symposium, “Challenging the Future of Research for Coma and Disorders of Consciousness,” which takes place on September 9-10, 2020. This virtual event is a concrete step in the direction of developing a vision for advancing coma care. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together a diverse and multidisciplinary group of individuals (scientists, clinician-scientists, patient advocacy representatives, and industry partners) to optimize and accelerate the science of recovery of consciousness.

Click here to register for the 2-day virtual symposium. The program can be viewed here.

Three fundamental and overarching areas of inquiry have been identified to lay the next steps to better understand coma states and coma recovery:

  • Endotyping: Developing a better understanding of the different types of coma
  • Biomarkers: Evaluating current tools and their shortcomings in understanding coma and its prognosis
  • Proof of Concept Clinical Trials: Interventional clinical studies to evaluate new treatment protocols

Invited presenters will include leading coma researchers and scientists from around the world, but all interested clinician, scientist, industry and public advocate stakeholders are welcome to register and attend. The proceedings of the summit will be published and will serve as a roadmap for future Curing Coma Campaign scientific efforts for years to come.

POSTED: September 02, 2020

POSTED: August 18, 2020

Working 2 Walk - 2020

October 22-24 | Virtual Livestream

Working 2 Walk 2020 - First Ever Virtual Symposium!
Unite 2 Fight Paralysis is transitioning its 15th Annual Working 2 Walk Science & Advocacy Symposium to a fully-virtual, livestream meeting on Thursday, October 22nd; Friday, October 23rd; and Saturday, October 24th, 2020!

With the ongoing health risks posed by COVID-19, particularly for the SCI Community, we have decided that an in-person meeting this year would be unwise.

We plan to return to Salt Lake City in 2021 in partnership with our Title Sponsor, the Craig H. Neilsen Rehabilitation Hospital.

Click for more information

POSTED: August 18, 2020

Kentucky Congress on SCI

The first is an invitation to attend a free virtual conference of our 8th annual Kentucky Congress on SCI on October 9th from 9am-1 pm. Matthew Rodreick from Unite 2 Fight paralysis will give keynote on SCI advocacy, something more refined than his well-received talk at last NNS….and he missed our cancelled KSCHIRT symposium in May.

POSTED: Februar 18, 2020


Councilor 3-Yr


Katheryn Saatman, PhD
University of Kentucky

Councilor 2-Yr

Alana Conti re

Michelle LaPlaca, PhD
Georgia Tech

Councilor 2-Yr

David Loane

Amy Wagner MD
University of Pittsburgh

POSTED: February 25, 2020

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 elected Officers and Councilors




Courtney Robertson, PhD
Johns Hopkins

Vice President-Elect

Alana Conti re

Alana Conti, PhD
Wayne State University


David Loane

David Loane, PhD
University of Maryland