Digitimer is Exhibiting at the Neurophysiological Bases of Human Movement Meeting
King’s College London, 12-13th December 2023
In December 2023, you can join the Physiological Society at King’s College London for a meeting to discuss the fundamental aspects of human neurophysiology, in skilled motor control and pathophysiology. This conference will also address topical issues such as diversity, variability and novel methodologies.
- Cortical Mechanisms and Behavioural Aspects Underpinning Skilled Sensorimotor Control
- Advanced Methods for Probing Sensorimotor Circuits
- Variability in Neurophysiology: Its Representation and Relevance
- Development and Recovery of Sensorimotor Function
Local organizers, Dr Irene Di Giulio, Dr Ricci Hannah and Dr Marco Davare encourage you to register for the meeting as soon as you can. The abstract submission deadline is October 8th, while early bird registration closes at the end of October.
Digitimer is delighted to be supporting this conference and will be attending with a small exhibit stand featuring some of our most recent product developments, including the ground-breaking DS8R Constant Current Research Stimulator and new D360R-4 Isolated 4Ch. Research Amplifier.
We look forward to seeing you in London.