On January 16, 2020, Chapman University will host an international group of researchers, clinicians, and students for the second International Cognitive-Communication Disorders Conference (ICCDC). Launched in 2017, ICCDC examines new research on cognitive, communication and social disorders after traumatic brain injury, including mTBI or concussion. However, research on other kinds of brain injuries will also be explored. Co-hosted by Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, this 3-day event will take place at Chapman University’s Beckman Hall (room 404) on the Orange campus.
The conference program will include a number of exciting presentations covering a wide range of topics. Some of the abstract titles are:
- Relationship between objective post-injury performance and self-reported symptoms in sport-related concussion
- Author: Kathryn Hardin
- Development of a peer mentoring program for university students with a concussion: The SUCCESS project
Authors Katy H. O’Brien and Tracey Wallace
- Early brain injury and later childhood adaptive functioning: The mediating role of pragmatic language
Authors: Cassandra Hendrix, Tricia Z. King, Justin Wise, and Juliet Haarbauer-Krupa
To view the complete conference program, please visit the official conference website.
Dr. Amir Raz, director of Chapman’s new Institute for Interdisciplinary Brain and Behavioral Sciences (The Brain Institute) will give the keynote speech on January 17 at 9:00 am. A live stream of that talk will be shared on the official Crean College Instagram account @chapman_crean and our Facebook page @CreanCollege. Other images and live updates will be posted on these pages throughout the conference.
Registration is open and accessible via this link. Admission is $275 for professionals, but students pay just $50. For registration, inquiries please contact Catherine Dee, Admission Specialist, at 714-516-4535 or email@example.com