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Clinical Conferences

Neurovations hosts prestigious educational conferences focused on pain management and neuroscience. These conferences have drawn world-class faculty of presenters and attendees.

  • Mechanisms of Action

    March 28th – 30th, 2014, at the Sheraton Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, Florida

    This exciting international, scientific meeting is dedicated to Mechanisms of Action (MOA)of electrical stimulation for differing targets of the body including; the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nervous system, the heart, GI system and the bladder. Lectures on the most up-to-date scientific findings will allow us to merge the silos of information between specialties and create and atmosphere of collaboration. The Inaugural MOA Conference will be of interest to neuroscientists, bio/electrical engineers, post-docs, students, clinicians, venture capitalists, and members of industry.

  • The 4th Annual Targeted Drug Delivery Conference

    May 2nd-3rd, 2014, at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California

    Alzheimer’s Disease, neuropathic pain, Parkinson’s Disease, brain tumors, and epilepsy may someday be treated by direct delivery of medications to the brain and spinal cord by implanted devices. This conference brings together the leading scientists and physicians researching these treatments, as well as leaders of the companies who are investing in this future. Neurovation’s Fourth Annual Targeted Drug Delivery Conference will be held May 2nd through May 4th, 2014 at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA. The Conference is hosted by Dr. Eric Grigsby, Medical Director of the Napa Pain Institute, and President of Neurovations.

  • 21st Napa Pain Conference

    September 5th-7th, 2014, at The Meritage Resort in Napa, California

    The Napa Pain Conference is a leading CME pain management conference with a tradition of presenting new data and best practices in pain therapies by a world renowned faculty. The informative general session is combined with exciting, concurrent labs and workshops.