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Oral Abstract Presentations at 2013 NABIS Conference

The following information pertains to the breakdown of who will be presenting at each of the Peer Review Sessions at the upcoming 2013 NABIS Conference (11th Annual Conference on Brain Injury) in New Orleans, Louisiana: 

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 8:30am - 9:20am (Track 2)

0012, Brain Injury:  Voices of a Silent Epidemic
Speaker:  Cindy Daniel
0022, Brain Injury Family Intervention (BIFI) Training for Providers:  Short and Long Term Effectiveness
Speaker:  Cynthia O'Donoghue
0053, Impact of Traumatic Brain Injury on the Evolution of the Quality of Life During Five Years Following a Road Accident
Speaker:  Kobto Ghislain Koura
0065, Sexually Intrusive Behaviors after Brain Injury:  Staff Perception and Training
Speaker:  Ann Marie McLaughlin

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 9:30am - 10:20am (Track 3)

0005, Beyond the Medical Model:  Application of Person-Centered Practice in the Recovery from Brain Injury
Speaker:  David Seaton
0019, Auditory Processing Speed Intervention Study of Adults with TBI:  A Pilot Study using Technology Based Intervention
Speaker:  Gerald T. Voelbel
0057, Analysis of Post-Hospital Neurlogical Rehabilitation Outcomes
Speaker:  Gordon Horn

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 10:50am - 11:40am (Track 2)

0043, Is Chronic Pain a Brain Injury? Comparison of Chronic Pain to mTBI on Comprehensive Continuous Performance Test
Speaker: Dmitry Meyerson
0047, Case Management of Individuals with Chronic TBI:  A Research-based Approach
Speaker:  Jeffrey Cuthbert
0055, Modifiable and Non-Modifiable Risk Factors for Falls after TBI:  An Exploratory Investigation with Implications for Medication Use
Speaker:  Elaine Sprainer

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 10:50am - 11:40am (Track 4)

0007, Utilizing Serial Neuropsychological Assessment to Evaluate Recovery from TBI:  Acute to 2 Years Post-Injury
Speaker:  John DenBoer
0044, Integration of Music Therapy and Speech Therapy for Clients with Needs in Communication and Social Cognition
Speaker:  Anna Coburn
0056, Risk Factors for Suicidial Ideation After mTBI
Speaker:  Leodante da Costa
0079, Developing and Validating a Military Revelant Computerized Brain Injury Assessment System
Speaker:  Tina Trudel

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 1:00pm - 1:50pm (Track 4)

0014, Utilizing Individual Growth Curve Analysis to Project Patient Outcome as Measured Disability Rating Scale and the Glasgow Outcome Scale-Extended:  A National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research TBI Model Systems Sponsored Presentation
Speaker:  Christopher Pretz
0054, Abusive Head Trauma in Young Children:  Descriptive Factors and Outcomes
Speaker:  Juliet Haarbauer-Krupa
0085, The Profile of Head Injuries and TBI Deaths in Kashmire
Speaker:  S.A. Tabish
0086, Profile and Outcomes of Violence Related Injuries of Patients During Civilian Unrest in a Conflict Zone
Speaker:  S.A. Tabish

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 2:00pm - 2:50pm (Track 1)

0011, Using Quality Systems in Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Speaker: Christine MacDonell
0021, Developing a Model for Cognitive Rehabilitation in Post-Acute Setting
Speaker:  Cynthia Bailey
0041, The Clinical Use of Neurologic Music Therapy in a Brain Injury Rehabilitation Setting:  A Retrospective Analysis of Therapeutic Practice
Speaker:  Sarah Thompson
0042, One Year Post Severe Brain Injury Outcomes and Utilization of Follow-Up Services: Identifying those in Need
Speaker:  Lori TerryBerry-Spohr

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 3:20pm- 4:10pm (Track 3)

0046, Chiropractic Care and Its Effects on A Patient with mTBI
Speaker:  Ryan Pollard
0051, Families Approach to Services Following TBI in Children 5 Years and Younger
Speaker:  Juliet Haarbauer-Krupa
0071, Cultural Issues in BI Rehabilitation Caused by Situtation Poverty:  A Comparison of Veteran and Civilian TBI Populations in Colorado
Speaker:  Nancy Freeman

Oral Abstract Presenters for Friday, September 20, 2013 at 4:20pm - 5:10pm (Track 2)

0003, Evidence Based Injury Prevention Programs
Speaker: Gillian Hotz
0023, Returning Children and Youth to Activity and to School after MTBI/Concussion: A Conservative Approach with New Evidence Based Guidelines
Speaker:  Carol DeMatteo
0052, Evidence-Based Review of Youth Concussion Guidelines
Speaker: Juliet Haarbauer-Krupa
0060, BRAINS Researchers Reveals Deficiencies in Football Helmet Design
Speaker: John Lloyd

Oral Abstract Presenters for Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 8:30am - 9:20am (Track 1)

0068, Serial Subacute Magnetization Transfer Imaging in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Speaker:  Jessica Farber
0070, Biomechanical Evaluation of Head Kinematics During Infant Shaking Versus Pediatric Activities of Daily Living
Speaker:  John Lloyd
0072, Biomechanics of Brain Injuries Associated with Short Falls in Children
Speaker:  John Lloyd

Oral Abstract Presenters for Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 9:30am - 10:20am (Track 2)

0008, Effect of Normal Saline of Different Temperature on Morphological Changes and NOS Expression of Spinal Cord
Speaker:  Gaoyi Lu
0048, Use of advanced MRI in a rodent model of impact-acceleration induced TBI
Speaker: Randall Benson
0067, Fractal Dimension Assessment of Brain Morphometry as A Novel Biomarker in Traumatic Brain Injury
Speaker: Glenn Wylie