The Biofeedback Association of South Africa
**** February 2020 - Clinical Neurosciences Symposium - Dr Coenie Hattingh & Aldus Smith *****
Posted on: 2019-11-13
We are proud to announce our collaboration with Dr. Coenie Hattingh M.Sc.Med.(Neuro), Ph.D.(Neuro), M.A.(Neuropsych) and Aldus Smith B.Sc.(Physiology & Biochemistry), Hons.B.Sc.Med.(Neuroscience), M.Sc.(Physiology), B.Pharm in presenting a Clinical Neurosciences Symposium in 2020
This four day series of seminars will be presented over two weekends and encompasses core concepts within the clinical neurosciences with a focus on clinical neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuropathology and neuroimaging.
The clinical neurosciences symposium is a four-day series of seminars presented over two weekends that introduces attendees to core concepts within the clinical neurosciences. The four-part series of seminars will focus on clinical neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuropathology and neuroimaging. These core concepts begin at an introductory level and with each seminar develops in complexity so that the attendee ends the day with reinforced knowledge of fundamental principles, yet an advanced clinical understanding of brain structure, function, disease and neuroimaging as a method of investigation. The emphasis of the symposium is the clinical nature of these core areas that form the basis for the clinician’s understanding of the patient with a neurological diagnosis. The entire series of seminars is interrelated so that the attendee is able to obtain an integrated understanding of the brain in homeostasis and during neurological disease.
The Symposium will be at the Balalaika Protea Hotel in Sandton, Maude St, Sandown, Sandton
The possibility of live-streaming to other venues around South Africa is dependent on demand. Please see Registration Form
Forms and resources
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M.Sc.Med.(Neuro), Ph.D.(Neuro), M.A.(Neuropsych)
Coenie is a neuropsychologist in private practice in Cape Town, where he specializes in the diagnosis and psychotherapeutic treatment of patients with brain disorders. Coenie is also a consultant clinical neuroanatomist and lecturer in clinical neuroanatomy, neuropathology and neuroimaging at the University of Cape Town. Coenie has recently completed his postdoctoral fellowship in neuropathology in the department of pathology at the University of Stellenbosch. Coenie is an elected member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists, a fellow of the college of fellows of the International Psychoanalytical Association after completing the psychoanalytic research training in Frankfurt in 2017, a member of the South African Psychoanalytic Initiative, and a member of the international Neuropsychoanalysis Association. Coenie is also a member of the International Cochrane Collaboration.
B.Sc.(Physiology & Biochemistry), Hons.B.Sc.Med.(Neuroscience), M.Sc.(Physiology), B.Pharm.
Aldus is a lecturer in the faculty of health sciences at North-West University, Potchefstroom. Aldus’ research experience involves neuroinflammation induced by Amyloid-Beta protein in Alzheimer disease, and brain derived neurotrophic factor in structural vascular disease. Aldus holds several qualifications in emergency medicine from the likes of the American Heart Association and the Australian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy.
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