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Dear colleagues and friends,

Whether ideas are still cooking or ready to be served this years clinical science lab presenters take the unique opportunity of finding collaborators, getting expert advice, and win support at our joint conference.  Participants of this year’s conference will be sharing a wide range of clinical interests as for instance, Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke and Stroke Risk Factors, Neonatology, and Monitoring of Autoregulation and Intracranial Pressure.

The aim  is to open up to the ICP and CARNet communities in order to find collaborators, to get useful feedback and suggestions, and to convince the audience why this project would be worth funding.

The audience will not only get the chance to give feedback or express interest in collaboration. They will also be asked to score the contributions for presentation, innovation, clinical implication. 

Students, clinicians, physiologists, and engineers of all academic levels will present their scientific projects.


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The "Clinical science lab" session offers a shortcut to excellent scientific collaborators, to improve the quality of your proposal and the chance for a proper funding.

The best presentation will be given the SMART–Award!


The 5-7 min presentations follow this structure:

1. Short background
2. SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time bound
3. Study design
4. Team members so far
5. Funding options or already existing support

All presentations are followed by discussion.


Looking forward to seeing you in Boston,

Christina Haubrich, Organizer of CARNet Clinical Science Lab
On behalf of the Cerebral Autoregulation Network – CARNet