Training Courses

1st DAY

Motor imagery. Electroencephalography (EEG) as a basis for BCI. Alexander A. Frolov, PhD, Professor, Head of the Department of Neurocomputer Interfaces at the Research Institute of Translational Medicine of Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow, Russia), Head of the Laboratory of Mathematical Neurobiology of Learning of Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia). Applying BCI and hand exoskeleton robotic system in neurorehabilitation of patients with cerebral circulation impairment. Procedure overview, indications and contraindications, standard protocol. Anna A Kondur, DSc in Medicine, neurologist, reflexologist, Mytishchi city clinical hospital (Moscow, Russia).

​2nd DAY

Clinical efficiency of BCI controlled rehabititation procedure. Relevant clinical scales; clinical assessment tools used for motor performance estimation during BCI based rehabititation procedure; methods for evaluating motor imagery efficacy in motor recovery rehabilitation process. Defining target groups of patients using cognitive scales and neuropsychological tests, sharing practical experience; demonstration of tests (ARAT, FMMA). Anna A Kondur, DSc in Medicine, neurologist, reflexologist, Mytishchi city linical hospital (Moscow, Russia).

3rd DAY

Efficiency of repeated courses of multimodal stimulation in cognitive rehabilitation of post-stroke patients.

Practical trainings.

Elena V. Zaitseva, neurologist, Vladimirsky Moscow Regional Research Clinical Institute (Moscow, Russia).