Chronic Brain Injury is sponsoring the “Arts & Rehabilitation” panel at 4:30pm on April 28, 2017 at the 2017 Global Brain Health & Performance Summit.  This ideation session aims to identify research and curriculum development opportunities focusing on arts-based rehabilitation for patients with brain injuries.  Key areas of interest include dance, music, narrative, and visual arts as therapeutic components for TBI, stroke, and dementia recovery. Panelists include Lise Worthen-Chaudhari (Associate Director, Motion Analysis & Recover Laboratory), Jim Phelan (Distinguished University Professor, English), Jerry Mysiw (Chair and Professor, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation), Yune Lee (Director, Speech, Language, and Music Lab), Eugenia Costa-Giomi (Professor, Music Education), and Kyle Sebastian (TBI patient and advocate).  All university faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to attend and participate.

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