Dr. Salim Ghoussayni

MindMaze SA

Dr Salim Ghoussayni completed his MSc & PhD degrees in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Surrey. He has been involved in numerous projects focused on technologies for the measurement of human movement and interventions for neurological rehabilitation, such as functional electrical stimulation and novel applications of biofeedback and virtual reality.

Dr Ghoussayni joined MindMaze in Sep 2016 and one very exciting part of his current role is to engage with all neurorehab stakeholders, and explore how the exciting & innovative VR technologies could help improve the delivery and outcomes of neurorehabilitation.

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The role of virtual reality technologies in neurorehabilitation

This session will explore the current use and potential role of virtual reality (VR) in neurorehabilitation. It will outline the rationale and existing evidence for this innovative approach.

A presentation and demo of the MindMotionPro solution will help highlight how VR technologies can assist neurorehab specialists deliver intensive and early rehab in an efficient and science-based approach.

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

  • Xavier Golay, Ph.D.: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Xavier Golay, Ph.D.
    Professor of MR Neurophysics and Translational Neuroscience

    Image-based biomarkers of disease progression in dementia: current and future prospects

  • WMW Gedroyc: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    WMW Gedroyc
    Imperial College healthcare NHS trust, St Mary’s hospital

    Transcranial Brain Focused Ultrasound

  • James S. Gyurke, Ph.D.: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    James S. Gyurke, Ph.D.
    ImPACT Applications, Inc.

    The importance of data based decision making in concussion management

  • Gary Green: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Gary Green
    York Instruments

    Brain scanning using quantum sensors

  • Dr Jenny  Freeman: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Jenny Freeman
    Plymouth University

    Rehabilitation strategies for progressive multiple sclerosis: an overview of evidence