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PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME ONLINE

You can now get a sneak peek at the preliminary topics of the WCNR 2016 scientific programme.

Preview the preliminary programme today and attend this unique congress to hear from expert faculty on cutting edge research, analysis and practice in neurorehabilitation from around the world.

To view the preliminary programme, click here.

ORAL COMMUNICATION SESSIONS

Your participation, your research, your ideas and your commitment will make WCNR 2016 one of the leading congresses for advancing treatment and care in neurorehabilitation.
Accepted abstracts are not just limited to poster display. Select authors will have the opportunity to present their findings in one of the oral communication sessions.

Review the abstract topics and submit your abstract before 9 November 2015.

 

 

THE MÜTTER MUSEUM

The Mütter Museum, part of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, is located in Philadelphia’s City Centre. The museum was founded in 1858, when Dr. Thomas Dent Mütter donated a collection of medical anomalies, anatomical and pathological specimens, and bizarre medical instruments to the museum. Its original purpose was to continue medical education and research in the heart of Philadelphia. Nowadays, the goal of the museum is to help visitors understand the mysteries and beauty of the human body and appreciate the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.

From the conjoined livers of Siamese twins to slides of Albert Einstein’s brain, the Mütter Museum houses dozens of interesting artefacts from medical history. You wouldn’t want to miss these extraordinary exhibitions while in Philly.