Annual World Congress of SBMT

20th Annual World Congress of SBMT

  Scientific Program


SBMT 20th Annual Congress Registration

The 20th Annual World Congress of SBMT will bring physicians, scientists, policymakers, funding agencies, and industry to further the advances and applications in brain and spinal cord mapping and image-guided therapies (operative and non-operative). A trade exhibition within the framework of the Annual World Congress of SBMT 2023 will be held at the Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, from Thursday, February 16th, to Sunday, February 19th, 2023.

We encourage you to come and visit the annual conference, which will host a world-class program across the four days, an exhibition hall, poster displays, and plenty of networking events.

The conference aims to create a critical mass by introducing synergy amongst interdisciplinary researchers to understand the brain function and nervous system further. It will serve as a platform to develop interactions between stakeholders with extensive collaborations at national and international levels.

The conference provides the opportunity to be at the forefront of brain sciences, therapeutics in general, and neural stem cell interventions. It provides a robust platform for industry and biotech companies to interact with academia in frontiers of science in this field for translational initiatives involving diverse patient interest groups.

The official language of this convention is English.
Topics covered including:

  • Neurosurgery (e.g. Image Guided Therapy/intervention, brain tumors and intraoperative navigation, nanoneurosurgery, stereotactic radiosurgery, minimally invasive therapy, vascular neurosurgery, functional neurosurgery, neurotrauma/military medicine, surgical simulation...)
  • Neurology (e.g. Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative Diseases, Neurooncology, Neuromodulation, epilepsy, autism, brain and spinal cord function...)
  • Psychiatry (e.g. Opioid, Addiction, medical imaging for psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia, depression, PTSD...)
  • Radiology (e.g. fMRI, PET, Nuclear medicine, MR SPEC, MR-PET, DTI, CT-PET, Focused Ultrasound, SQUID MRI, ultrahigh/low MRI)
  • Neuroscience (e.g. stem cell, molecular neuroscience, image guided mapping of genes, proteomics, genomics, neurophysiology,...)
  • Neuroengineering (e.g. biomaterial & tissue engineering, human brain Machine Interface, brain and spinal cord devices, nanomedicine, extraterrestrial/space medicine & clinical practice, software engineering, electrical and material engineering, aeronautic engineering/space medicine and Radiation Physics/Oncology as well as robotics)
  • Nano-Bio-Electronics (e.g. integration of Stem cell/cellular therapy with nanotechnology, medical devices and imaging)
  • Spinal Cord (e.g. regeneration, stem cell, imaging, implants and biologics and imaging...)
  • Policy (e.g. healthcare policy issues that affect the treatment delivery, and usage of certain devices/drugs/imaging technologies, FDA regulations and reimbursements, federal and regional regulation impacting healthcare delivery and research funding, Neuroscience-20/G20 Summit Initiative, Brain Technology and Innovation Park...)

The audience includes:
Neuroscientists, Neurosurgeons, Neurologists, radiologists, pathologists, Oncologists, Chemists, engineers (material, electrical, biomedical, aeronautics and computer), stem cell and molecular biologists, nanotechnologists, pharmacologists and rehabilitation medicine scientists and physicians, psychiatrists and psychologists. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcomed. The program also covers the great work done by post-doctoral candidates, fellows and world leaders in the field.

Duration of talks:
Each Session will last 1 hour and 30 minutes, it will consist of 5 sub-sessions of 15 minutes each. Invited speakers will be allotted 15 minutes, at the end of the presentations, each session will have 15 minutes group Q&A followed by 30 minutes break.