INVITATION LETTER Dear Colleagues, This year, we feel honored to organize the 7th Neuropsychiatry Days together with the 100th Anniversary Symposium. Turkish Neuropsychiatric Society, which was founded in 1914 by our senior colleagues, kept the members of Psychiatry, Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychology fields together for a long period of time, and annual scientific meetings of all these fields were organized under one roof within our society as "National Neuropsychiatry Congress". Today, reuniting with professional associations of all these fields, we have planned to realize a similar cooperation on the 100th Anniversary. The history of our society includes very important milestones regarding the progress in neuropsychiatry and related branches, both nationally and globally. In this regard, we determined our main topic as "Past, Present and Future in Neuropsychiatry" and subtopics as Memory, Change Regeneration and Restoration, Neuroplasticity, Networks, Neuropsychiatric Diseases and New Developments in Treatment, Philosophy of Neuroscience and Neuroarcheology. While addressing these matters, we will discuss the changes that have occurred in our profession throughout the past 100 years in national and global contexts. The symposium, which takes place in March every year, was moved to November in 2014. In this meeting, as a broader community that gathers both international speakers and participants, let us greet a new century together in the society while bidding farewell to the past one. Hope to meet in Istanbul on October 30th, 2014. Prof. Dr. Peykan G. Gökalp Prof. Dr. Mustafa Sercan President, TNS Centennial Symposium President, Turkish Neuropsychiatric Society COMMITTEES HONORARY PRESIDENTS Özcan Köknel ‐ Honorary President, Turkish Neuropsychiatric Society Levent Küey – Secretary General, World Psychiatric Association Çavlan Çiftçi – Rector, Istanbul Bilim University PRESIDENT Peykan G. Gökalp VICE ‐ PRESIDENTS Mustafa Sercan Gülşen Akman Demir Talat Kırış Öget Öktem Tanör SCIENTIFIC SECRETARIAT Aslı Demirtaş Tatlıdede Banu Aslantaş Ertekin TREASURERS Hakan Karaş Erhan Ertekin SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Mehmet Ali Akalın Cem Atbaşoğlu Betül Baykan Baykal Başar Bilgiç Feryal Ç. Çelikel Aslı Demirtaş Tatlıdede Evrim Göde Peykan G. Gökalp Ali Saffet Gönül Aytül Gürsu Hakan Gürvit Haşmet Hanağası Lütfi Hanoğlu Figen Karadağ Sibel Karşıdağ Muzaffer Kaşer Arşaluys Kayır Dursun Kırbaş Talat Kırış Işın Baral Kulaksızoğlu Murat Kürtüncü Elif Mutlu Ali Emre Öge Çiğdem Özkara Yeşim Gülşen Parman Ömer Saatçioğlu Neşe Tuncer Berna Uluğ Aylin Uluşahin Betül Yalçıner Yankı Yazgan Ejder Akgün Yıldırım Tarık Yılmaz Osman Ekin Özcan Nurcan Özdamar Coşkun Özdemir Orhan Öztürk Emine Öztürk Kılıç Talat Parman Işık Sayıl Ümit Başar Semiz Mehmet Zihni Sungur Doğan Şahin Ataman Tangör Halil Toplamaoğlu Saffet Murat Tura Raşit Tükel Simavi Vahip Olcay Yazıcı Şahika Yüksel ADVISORY COMMITTEE Edip Aktin Tunç Alkın Aysima Altınok Nur Altınörs Baki Arpacı Aynur Baslo Perihan Baslo Kemali Baykaner Ali Canpolat Bülent Coşkun Aslı Çarkoğlu Arif Çelebi Mesut Çetin Füsun Çuhadaroğlu Hayrunnisa Denktaş Nihat Egemen Engin Eker Murat Emre Nuri Yaşar Erenoğlu Murat Erkıran Şahap Erkoç Hulki Forta Hamit Ziya Gökalp Hüsamettin Gökay Metin Güner Ayça Gürdal Küey Gencay Gürsoy Zehra Karaburçak İsmet Kırpınar Günsel Koptagel‐İlal Savaş Kültür Gökhan Malkoç Nahit Motavallı Mukaddes Timuçin Oral Zeki Oral Haluk Özbay ** Scientific Organizing Committee and Advisory Committee have been listed in alphabetical order, according to surname. Prof. Dr. Alastair COMPSTON Professor and Head of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences in Cambridge, United Kingdom. BIOGRAPHY Alastair Compston is Professor and Head of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences in Cambridge; and Emeritus Editor of Brain. He is a Foundation Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (1998), Foreign Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Germany (2008) and Foreign Associate Member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of the USA (2012). He was formerly president of the European Neurological Society (2002‐
3) and the Association of British Neurologists (2009‐2010). His research focuses on the clinical science of human demyelinating disease with contributions to the genetic epidemiology, immunology and neurobiology, and treatment and repair of multiple sclerosis. Alastair Compston introduced the treatment of multiple sclerosis with Alemtuzumab in 1991 and remained closely connected with the clinical trials programme that concluded with a European Union drug licence in 2013. Alastair Compston is author of more than 800 publications on the scientific basis and history of clinical neuroscience. Prof. Dr. Güven Güzeldere Faculty Member of Harvard University Departments of Philosophy and Psychology since 2011. Güzeldere, whose academic studies generally consist of research for a better understanding of mind and consciousness, conducts interdisciplinary studies on mental capacities in animals and robots as well. Lectured in multiple departments such as Philosophy, Psychology, Linguistics, Computer Sciences and Neurobiology, Güzeldere also worked as an academic at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and the Center for Brain Visualization and Analysis. Books:  The Nature of Consciousness: Philosophical Debates‐ Ned Block, Owen J. Flanagan, Guven Guzeldere  Mechanical Bodies, Computational Minds: Artificial Intelligence from Automata to Cyborgs (Bradford Books) Stefano Franchi and Guven Guzeldere (2004)  Turkish Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science...) Irzik, G. and Güzeldere, Güven (2005)  Relocating the Fault Lines : Turkey Beyond the East‐West Divide. Güven Güzeldere. Prof. Dr. Catherine MALABOU Catherine Malabou wrote her dissertation on Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770‐1831) under the direction of the critical French philosopher Jacques Derrida (1930‐2004). The thesis was published in 1996 under the title “A time for farewells: Heidegger (read by) Hegel (read by) Malabou”. She also published her work “The Future of Hegel: Plasticity, Temporality and Dialectic”). Catherine Malabou has taught at Nanterre University in Paris, University of California at Berkeley, and she regularly teaches at the New School for Social Research in NYC. Today Catherine Malabou is a full‐time professor at the Centre for Modern European Philosophy of Kingston in the United Kingdom. Catherine Malabou’s work is on the one hand in classic continental philosophy, and on the other neuroscience and neuro‐psychoanalysis. Malabou and Derrida published the co‐authored “Counterpath”, in English in 2004. . Malabou has also published in English in 2008 the title “What Should We Do with Our Brain?”. Selected Publications Malabou, Catherine. "Plasticity and Elasticity in Freud's 'Beyond the Pleasure Principle'." in: Parallax. Vol. 15, 2, 2009, p. 41–52. (English). Malabou, Catherine. "The End of Writing? Grammatology and Plasticity," in: The European Legacy: Toward New Paradigms. Vol. 12, 2007, p. 431–441. (English). Malabou, Catherine. "History and the Process of Mourning in Hegel and Freud." in: Radical Philosophy. Vol. 106, 2001, p. 15–20. (English). Malabou, Catherine. "The Future of Hegel: Plasticity, Temporality, Dialectic." in: Hypatia. Vol. 15, 2000, p. 196‐220. (English). Prof. Daniel L. SMAIL In his teaching and research, he covers a span of time from humanity’s deep history in Africa to Mediterranean Europe in the later middle ages. He says, “History is an anthropological science designed to help us understand humanity. Within the broad field of deep human history or early global history, my specialized research has centered on the study of brain and behavior. My 2008 book, On Deep History and the Brain, proposes the idea of a “neurohistory,” a history, as I define it, that explores how cultural structures shape patterns of the brain‐body system and alter forms of endocrine regulation. This viewpoint allows us to add a new interpretative dimension to our understanding of cultural transformations; it offers a way to incorporate the neurosciences into history without having recourse to historically sterile versions of evolutionary psychology. ” He teaches at Harvard University, Department of History. Selected Publications  Deep History: The Architecture of Past and Present. With Andrew Shryock et al. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011.  On Deep History and the Brain. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008.  The Consumption of Justice: Emotions, Publicity, and Legal Culture in Marseille, 1264‐1423. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003. SUBMISSION EVALUATION CRITERIA Scientific Committee of the Symposium invites all researchers, authors, clinicians etc. working in related fields to submit presentations to be included in the symposium schedule. Rules for abstracts are provided below, for your information. All submissions will be accepted as Poster Presentations. The symposium will be officially held in Turkish; however, since the abstracts of poster presentations will be published in Archives of Neuropsychiatry, which is indexed in SCI‐E, they must be written in both Turkish and English. Authors must submit the abstracts to the Symposium Secretariat, via [email protected] CONDITIONS for EVALUATION and ACCEPTANCE OF THE PRESENTATIONS All submissions will be evaluated by "Presentation Evaluation Committee". The result of content evaluation will be e‐mailed to the correspondence addresses of the authors on September 20, 2014 via e‐mail. In order for accepted poster presentations to be included in the schedule and the book of abstracts, at least one of the authors must be registered for the symposium until September 25, 2014. Authors will be notified of final decision after October 1, 2014 via e‐mail. RULES for PREPARING POSTER PRESENTATIONS Poster Presentations: Posters must be of 70 cm width and 90 cm length. Font size must be readable from 1 m distance. A poster number will be set for each poster and this number will be submitted to the poster owner. Posters will be hung at a time and place to be announced, and poster discussions will take place at hours allocated for such discussions. Poster owner is responsible for the hanging and removal of posters. IMPORTANT DATES Deadline for Poster Presentation Applications September 15, 2014, Friday Deadline for Early Registration September 25, 2014, Monday
REGISTRATION FEES REGISTRATION Specialists Resident/Student, Nurse Non‐member TNS* Member Non‐member TNS* Member Early Registration Until September 25, 2014 260 TL 225 TL 120 TL 100 TL Late Registration From September 25, 2014 300 TL 250 TL 140 TL 110 TL *TNS: Turkish Neuropsychiatric Society *In order to be able to benefit from TNS Member discount, membership fee should have been paid.  Printed material and VAT are included in the registration fee.  Resident or student registration requires documents and/or a valid student card verifying their current status.  Registration fee must be paid to the bank account of Turkish Neuropsychiatric Society, provided below.  In order for your registration to be completed, you must send the payment receipt indicating the payment for Congress registration fee to Ventio Organizasyon via e‐mail ([email protected] ) or fax (0212 352 7895). BANK ACCOUNT INFORMATION for the PAYMENT of REGISTRATION FEES ACCOUNT NAME Turkish Neuropsychiatric Society BANK Yapı Kredi Bank IBAN TR 9800 0670 100 000 006 033 9997 (TL) CONTACT Hande Öztürkatalay Ebulula Mardin Caddesi, Çağlayan Sitesi C.10 Blok Daire:2 Akatlar‐Levent / İstanbul‐Türkiye Phone: 0212 352 78 92 Fax: 0212 352 78 95 E‐mail: [email protected] 
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