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Parallel Session 2403

The Neurology of Visual Recognition

Saturday, September 28, 2024
15:00 - 17:00 | Meeting Room 107 AB, Ground Level
Clinical, Translational

In this session, the faculty will discuss the neurobiology of visual recognition, and its implications for clinical movement disorders in the next decade.

Marina De Koning-Tijssen, Netherlands
Steven Frucht, USA

CSPC Liaisons:
Steven Frucht, United States

Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Describe the circuitry and neurobiology of visual recognition in lower vertebrates, primates and humans
  2. Discuss the relevance of recognizing phenotypes in modern clinical practice of movement disorders and understand the system-level processes that may underpin specific phenotypes as a guide to treatments
  3. Appreciate the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the diagnosis of movement disorders

Recommended Audience
Fellow / Resident / Student
Health Professional (non-physician)
Researcher / Basic Science

Education Level
Beginner / Foundational
Experienced / Intermediate
Expert / Advanced

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