31st Texas Brain Injury Symposium

December 11, 2015

J.J. Pickle Center, Austin, Texas

Call for Presentations and Posters

 The Texas Brain Injury Alliance proudly announces that our 2015 Symposium will be held December 11, 2015 at UT’s J.J. Pickle Research Center in Austin.  The day-long Symposium will provide an opportunity for survivors, educators, families, regulators, medical staff, case managers and others to come together to share information and inspiration. Pre-registration will be required for this conference.  


Call for Presentations:  Sessions will be a joint audience of professionals and survivors of brain injuries and their families. Identified topics of interest include: Behavior Management, Community Reintegration, Neuro-Pharmaceuticals, Pediatric Brain Injury, Vocational Re-entry, Aging with Brain Injury, Locating Resources in the Community, as well as other topics describing innovative, creative approaches, or useful research.  The length of each presentation is 45 minutes. If your presentation proposal is selected, please note that expenses associated with your presenting at the TXBIA Annual Statewide Conference are considered an in-kind donation to the Texas Brain Injury Alliance. An honorarium and reimbursement of travel expenses will not be provided, however conference registration fees will be waived for speakers. Applications are due by September 15th, and can be found on the texasbia.org website, or by emailing kramseybia@gmail.com for more information.


Call for Posters:  We are also accepting abstracts for poster presentations for the December 2015 Symposium.  Presentations should describe innovative practices, useful research or creative approaches in the field of brain injury in Texas.  Those interested in submitting their work for consideration for inclusion in the poster session should contact Greg Walton, Poster Chair, at gregwalton12@aol.com.  Only electronic submissions will be accepted. The abstract should be no longer than five hundred words in length.  All poster presenters must be registered for the conference.  Submissions will be judged on the basis of creativity, innovation and relevance to the symposium goals.  The deadline for submissions is November 15, 2015.

To apply, click here:  CallforPapers

Registration details for the conference will be available shortly.