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Date : 2018-11-08

2018 Copenhagen Concussion Conference

2018 Copenhagen Concussion Conference.

The conference is organised by the Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury, University of Copenhagen, and brings together professionals from a broad range of disciplines in order to present and discuss state-of-the-art concussion research and treatment.

The sessions and lectures of the conference address the biomedical and psychological aspects of concussion with a focus on factors of importance for development and treatment of prolonged post-concussive symptoms in adults and children.

We are happy to present some of the most distinguished researchers and clinicians within the field of concussion and mild traumatic brain injury including:

  • Dr. Mark Burns, PhD, Georgetown University (US)
  • Dr. Christopher Giza, MD, UCLA (US)
  • Dr. Nigel King, PhD, University of Oxford (GB)
  • Dr. Nina Feddermann-Demont, MD, Swiss Concussion Center (CH)
  • Dr. Keith Yeates, PhD, University of Calgary (CA)
  • Dr. Grant L. Iverson, PhD, Harvard Medical School (US)


We kindly refer you to the following link for further information regarding the conference programme, registration and abstract submission:


We look forward to welcoming you in Copenhagen, Denmark, November 8th and 9th, 2018.


On behalf of the organizing committee.





Linda Marschner

Neuropsychologist, PhD


Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury

Amagerfaelledvej 56 A

2300 Copenhagen S


T: +45 35 33 51 98



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