“BRAINWeek connects the narrative among specialists and clinicians by underscoring the importance of continuity and collaborative patient care. It is on the vanguard of an inevitable paradigm shift among practitioners treating CNS disorders.”

-Gregory Pontone, MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Why BRAINWeek?

As our population ages and the burden of caring for older adults increases, the search for novel molecules has yielded numerous therapies for the most common neuropsychiatric disorders facing both specialists and frontline practitioners. Whether you are a physician, advanced practice provider, psychologist, or licensed therapist seeing patients across the neuropsychiatry spectrum of conditions, the need for up-to-date education on cutting edge management techniques has never been greater.

Who Should Attend?
Internists, neurologists, nurse practitioners, health system physician assistants, otolaryngologists, psychologists, primary care physicians, and psychiatrists treating CNS disorders

Upcoming Live Events

BRAINWeek 2023

Smart clinicians choose smart conferences. Experience a week’s worth of education that is meaningful to your practice and patient care!

September 6-8, 2023

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas, NV 89109


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Daily Dose

Cyborg Exoskeleton Improves Parkinson’s Gait
Melding Man and Machine:

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder characterized by the build-up of α-synuclein in the brain.  The gradual accumulation of α-synuclein leads to formation of neurotoxic aggregates, called Lewy bodies, and neurodegeneration, particularly in neurons involved in dopamine signaling. Commonly known to impact a person’s mood, dopamine has multiple other functions,

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Schizophrenia & Sleep
The Crucial Importance of ZZZzzzzzzs

But Not TOO Many ZZZzzzzs In the journal of Molecular Psychiatry, researchers discuss their study, the first of its kind, of the relationship between schizophrenia spectrum disorder and abnormalities in sleep and rest/activity/rhythm. Wrist monitors provided measurements in 250 people—150 with schizophrenia—whether in outpatient settings or psychiatric hospitals. Because management

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(973) 233–5572

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(561) 997–0287

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