Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting

 In Conferences, Rehabilitation, Neuroscience
Visit us at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting!
Washington, DC
November 11-15

Stop by our booth for live demonstrations of APDM’s Mobility Lab at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Used by hundreds of universities and hospitals worldwide, Mobility Lab provides sensitive and valid gait and balance analysis. These outcome measures provide actionable data for rehabilitation, monitoring neurological patients (Cerebral Palsy, Ataxia, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and more), and for tracking minimal detectable changes over time.

SfN is committed to advancing the understanding of the brain and nervous system. This year’s annual meeting will provide research professionals the opportunity to discuss scientific advances and potential collaborations. Several of these researchers will be presenting posters featuring APDM’s technology. We encourage you to attend the poster sessions and to speak with our team about neurorehabilitation research and practice.

Mobility Lab makes it easy to collect, analyze, and store data. Attach APDM’s Opal wearable sensors to your subject, and instruct them to perform a standardized test. A report is then automatically generated to compare against normative values…in less than five minutes! Building on Mobility Lab, APDM’s newest solution, Moveo Explorer, offers joint angle data and provides insights into range of motion.

APDM’s Stephanie Hertzog and Kristen Sowalsky will be providing demonstrations of tried and true Mobility Lab, and of the new Moveo Explorer, used in instrumented gait analysis in Cerebral Palsy.



63.21 / FF14 – Acute anxiety may alter dynamic stability in healthy, young adults during dual-task conditions

Bicknell, et al. University of Waterloo | November 11, 1:00-2:00pm

63.14 / FF7 – Cortical correlates of sensory augmentation to alleviate freezing of gait

Mancini, et al. Balance Disorders Lab, Oregon Health & Science University | November 11, 2:00-3:00pm

63.12 / FF5 – Cortical contributions to gait in people with Parkinson’s Disease and Frontal Gait Disorder

Carlson-Kuhta, et al. Oregon Health & Science University, Department of Veterans Affairs | November 11, 4:00-5:00pm

63.04 / EE26 – The effects of a 12-week exercise and cognitive intervention on gait, posture and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation plasticity measures in individuals post stroke – an ongoing study

Gomes-Osman, et al. Departments of Physical Therapy & Neurology, University of Miami | November 11, 4:00-5:00pm

498.19 / HH33 – Optimal spatial and frequency parameters of subthalamic neurostimulation for the neural and kinematic signatures of gait impairment in freely moving Parkinson’s subjects

Anidi, et al. Stanford University | November 14, 10:00-11:00am


El-Gohary, et al. Using Wearable Sensors to Characterize Cerebral Palsy Gait.”  2017, Lower Extremity Review
Peterson, et al.Characterization of Compensatory Stepping in People with Multiple Sclerosis.” 2016, Archives of Physical Medicine
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