UCLA Conference on Vestibular Adaptation

Marjorie Harris mharris at ucla.edu
Fri Apr 5 14:31:29 EST 1996


A conference on Vestibular Adaptation will be held on May 23-25, 1996 in Santa 
Monica.  It is sponsored by the Office of Continuing Medical Education, UCLA 
School of Medicine and the Victor Goodhill Ear Center, Division of Head and 
Neck Surgery at UCLA.  The purpose of this two and a half day conference is to 
develop the scientific foundations of vestibular adaptation, defined as 
changes inthe physiological properties of neurons and reflexes during 
development, modification to the environment or from lesions of the various 
components.  The meeting will cover issues of vestibular adaptation, ranging 
from fundamental concepts of neuroscience to specific clinical applications.

Vicente Honrubia, Conference Chair
Marjorie Harris, Conference Coordinator

Speakers include:
Daniel Alkon
Robert Baker
Neal Barmack
Bernard Cohen
Jeffrey Corwin
Jose Delgado-Garcia
Chris De Zeeuw
Norbert Dieringer
Ruth Anne Eatock
Bernd Fritzsch
Henrietta Galiana
Jay Goldberg
Susan Herdman
Stephen Highstein
Herman Jenkins
David Lim
Stephen Lisberger
Gary Paige
Barry Peterson
Ottavio Pompeiano
Pierre-Paul Vidal
Bill Yates
David Zee
Robert Baloh
Joseph Demer
Vicente Honrubia
Ivan Lopez
Anita Newman


The enrollment fee is $500,       or $100 for residents/research fellows/post 
doctoral fellows.

For more information regarding this conference, please E-mail to 
mharris at ucla.edu



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