Auditory-motor interactions in clinical populations: Moving the rehabilitation research agenda forward

We warmly invite you to the first Special Interest Group meeting on auditory-motor interactions, which will take place on Thursday, the 21th of March 2024.

21 maart 2024
09:30 - 17:00
Wetenschapspark, Campus Diepenbeek
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The SIG meeting will primarily aim to facilitate open discussions with researchers and clinical experts exposed to the topic of rhythmic interactions and identify challenges and needs in clinical practice and rehabilitation.

Registration

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Location

Wetenschapspark
UHasselt - Campus Diepenbeek
3590 Diepenbeek
Belgium

Call for abstracts:
You can contribute by an oral presentation or a workshop!

By contributing your insights, experiences and questions or developing changes in your scope of work, you will help make this conference a highly interactive learning experience for all of us.

We welcome contributions from researchers, who would like to share their latest results.

Guidelines:

  • Abstracts should not be longer than 250 words.
  • Researchers can choose to submit an abstract for an oral presentation or for a workshop.

Deadline for abstract submission:

  • 16th of February 12pm CET
Upload your abstract for oral presentation or workshop here

Preliminary programme:

Hour

Programme

09:30

Welcome with coffee

10:00

Speakers:

  • dr. Lousin Moumdjian, Hasselt University, Ghent University, Belgium:
    "Paradigms of sensorimotor interactions: underlying mechanisms, methodological underpinnings and clinical applications."

  • prof. dr. Rebecca Schaefer, Leiden University, the Netherlands:
    "Musically embedded motor learning and brain plasticity"
  • prof. dr. Severine Samson, University de Lille, France:
    "Moving and being moved by listening to music: studies in old persons with neuropathological disorders"

11:30

Lab tour

12:00

Lunch break

13:00

Demo’s of technology & applications

14:00

Platform presentations (8 min + 2min Q&A)

15:00

Coffee break

15:30

Round table & collective discussion on a research agenda

17:00

Closing

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