The 1​2th Annual Neuroscience Symposium will present three mini-courses discussing topics related to neuroscience, the brain, ​and the spine.

Three sessions of four 20-minute topics each will be held from 5:30 pm until ​7:05 pm. The sessions will run simultaneously, and attendees are welcome to move between sessions. The topics will be ​led by local physicians, researchers, and educators.

TBSI Symposium 2018: Alzheimer's Disease


5:30-5:50pm​ Gender Differences in Brain Disease
Farida Sohrabji, Ph.D.

5:55-6:15pm​ Innovations in Public Education: Techniques to Improve Student Intelligence
Jason Hooper
6:20-6:40pm​ The Brain's Clock and Doing Sleep Better Mark Zoran, Ph.D.

6:45-7:05pm​ Mindfulness and Meditation Mary Meagher, Ph.D.


5:30-5:50pm​ How Your Brain Works Jonathan Friedman, M.D.

Imaging ​the Brain Jerry I. Nam, M.D.

6:20-6:40pm​ State of the Art Treatment for Stroke J. Bradley White, M.D., Ph.D.

Brain ​Surgery in 20 ​Minutes or Less L. Gerard Toussaint III, M.D.


5:30-5:50pm​ Spine Disease: A Surgeon's Perspective
Jason M. Hoover, M.D.

Opioids and ​Addiction Michelle Hook, Ph.D.

The Patient Experience: Acute Spinal Cord Injury L. Henry Pham, M.D.

​​Multiple Sclerosis C. Jane Welsh, Ph.D.


Texas Brain & Spine Institute Annual Neuroscience Symposium
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