International Society for the Advancement of Clinical Magnetoencephalography
The main objective of the International Society for the Advancement of Clinical Magnetoencephalography (ISACM) is to foster the application of magnetoencephalography (MEG) in clinical contexts to help diagnose and treat patients. The society aims to bring together experts from different fields, such as medicine, psychology, mathematics, computer science and physics to collaborate on an international level.
ISACM 2021 is postponed to 2022 due to COVID-19
2019 Election results
During the ISACM 2019 meeting in Toronto, Canada, results of the election of new Executive Committees have been announced. Newly elected members of the Executive Committee are Dr. Kazutaka Jin (Sendai), Dr. William C. Gaetz (Philadelphia), Prof. Mingxiong Huang (San Diego), Prof Mitsuru Kikuchi and Dr. Daniel Lundqvist. Dr. William Gaetz was elected the Vice-President to follow Prof. Masayuki Hirata as the President-Elect for the 2022-2023 term. We thank Prof. Nobukazu Nakasato, Dr. Hideaki Shiraishi, Prof. Andrew Papanicolaou, Dr. Stefan Rampp and Dr. Timothy Roberts for their support and help.
Call for Nominations for ISACM Executive Committee
In September 2019, the Executive Committee will be rotating off five members, who have successfully served their 4 year term to completion. We are seeking new individuals to serve on the ISACM Executive Committee.
Please see the attached document for more details as to how you can nominate someone for this important role.
Thank you for your consideration.
Early Bird Registration Deadline Extension
The early bird registration rates for the ISACM Meeting in Toronto have been extended to June 17, 2019.
Register soon to join us for keynotes lectures on MEG applications to epilepsy, other neurological conditions and psychiatric conditions. As well, there will be teaching sessions on using MEG for epilepsy studies in adults and pediatrics. Symposia topics will be announced shortly.
Please visit our website for more details: www.isacmtoronto.org