Inaugural ISEK DeLuca Symposium

June 15, 2023

The ISEK Early Career Researcher Committee is pleased to announce the first edition of the DeLuca Symposium, a virtual event highlighting research from senior and early-/mid-career scientists on topics of interest to trainees, from undergraduate students to early-career researchers.

The Symposium’s topic is “Applying fundamental knowledge into applied sciences”. In particular, the virtual event will be divided into two 90-minute sessions focusing on sports sciences and neurorehabilitation, respectively. Each session will feature 3 speakers delivering a 20-minute presentation each, followed by a 30-minute Q&A period at the end.

Attendees will hear from six recognized experts in the fields of electrophysiology and kinesiology who will share their research, innovative technologies, and practical experiences in a series of keynote speeches. The speakers will provide examples of how it is possible to apply fundamental knowledge in electrophysiology and kinesiology to applied sciences. At the end of the symposium, attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in discussion with the speakers and other researchers who share a common interest in these topics.

The DeLuca Symposium is led by the 2022 Carlo J. DeLuca Award winners, Manuela Besomi, Marco Ghislieri and Bryan Schlink with support from the ECR Committee.

More information are available at The Carlo J. DeLuca Virtual Symposium | International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (ISEK)

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