Digitimer has a busy exhibition schedule over the coming months with the BNA Festival of Neuroscience in Dublin, closely followed by the 7th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain in London and then, the 17th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology in Warsaw at the beginning of June. The latter two meetings are specifically focused on topics within the field of clinical neurophysiology and will include workshops featuring several of our most popular products. If you are travelling to any of these meetings, we very much look forward to seeing you and updating you on our product developments.
British Neuroscience Association “Festival of Neuroscience”
14th-17th April 2019 will see Digitimer travelling to Dublin for the BNA’s Festival of Neuroscience Meeting, where we will be exhibiting our extensive range of neuroscience products. This year we will be demonstrating the updated DS8R Bipolar Constant Current Stimulator and D188 Remote Electrode Selector, alongside products from many of the companies we represent in the UK and Ireland. The conference is being held at the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) and is being hosted by the British Neuroscience Association (BNA) in partnership with Neuroscience Ireland (NI) and the British Society for Neuroendocrinology (BSN). Given the current status of Brexit negotiations, Dublin might seem an unlikely choice of venue for April 2019, but anyone that has been to Dublin will know it is a fantastic city to visit, with a vast array of things to do and a plethora of places to eat and drink.
7th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain
NeuroPSIG 2019 is an international forum that provides the latest research and developments in understanding the mechanisms, assessment, prevention and treatment of neuropathic pain. This meeting is is a fantastic opportunity to enhance scientific collaboration in this field. Digitimer will be exhibiting at the meeting, which is being held at the Hilton London Metropole and is also assisting with demonstration equipment, including our DS5 Bipolar Stimulators and D440 Isolated Amplifiers, which will be in use at several hands-on workshops. Amongst other skills, these workshops will enable delegates to learn practical neurophysiological methods for the assessment of neuropathic pain in humans and will feature nerve excitability testing using threshold tracking techniques and the QtracW software.
17th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology
In June (5-8th), we will be travelling to Warsaw for the ECCN meeting, which will provide an opportunity for us to meet with European clinical neurophysiologists at their 17th congress. As with the Neuropathic Pain meeting in London, we will not only be exhibiting during the congress, but also involved in educational courses examining nerve and muscle excitability methodologies. These will include threshold tracking techniques in peripheral nerves and the use of MScan software in motor unit number estimation. The courses are being led by experts in this field, including Hatice Tankisi, Hugh Bostock, Peter Grafe, Werner Z’Graggen and others. For further details and registration, click here.