Programme May 27



09.30-10.00 | Auditorium 2
Welcome & Opening | Prof. Dr. G. Kwakkel

10.00-11.00 | Auditorium 2
Changing approaches to rehabilitation of the upper limb after stroke | Prof. Dr. N. Ward
Chair: Prof. Dr. G. Kwakkel

11.00-11.30 | ExpoFoyer
Coffee break & Exhibiton

11.30-13.00 | Young Scientist Competition | Auditorium II
Chair: Prof. Dr. J. Burridge
11.30-11.45 Interventions for preventing falls in people after stroke | Msc. S. Denissen
11.45-12.00 Position-cortical coherence as a marker for somatosensory integrity early post-stroke, a prospective cohort study | Msc. S. Zandvliet
12.00-12.15 Predicting Fugl-Meyer scores from hand motion analysis | Dr. B. Rubio Ballester
12.15-12.30 A systematic review on kinematic assessments of upper limb movements  after stroke | Msc. A. Schwarz
12.30-12.45 Is there a dose-response relationship of robotic-assisted therapy in motor rehabilitation of the upper extremity after stroke? | J. Stuerner
12.45-13.00 Longitudinal recovery of manual dexterity after stroke: brain lesion location a key predictor of poor precision grip force control | G.V. Pennati

11.30-13.00 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.2/0.3
Technology for measurement of manual dexterity impairments in stroke | Chair: Dr. P. Lindberg
Individual dexterity impairment profiles after stroke | Dr. P. Lindberg
Spatial representation of hands in stroke patients with hemiparesis | 
Dr. L. Dupin
Analysis of force exchanges during object grasping and manipulation in healthys subjects and stroke patients | Dr. A. Roby-Brami
Factors of impaired fine motor control | Dr. J. Hermsdörfer

11.30-13.00 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.4
Clinical effectiveness of Digital Neuro-Interventions for patients with stroke or dementia and language impairments: behaviour and brain factors explored and exploited | Chair: Prof. Dr. A. Leff
Using therapy apps and brain stimulation to improve reading in post-stroke aphasia | Dr. Z. Woodhead
Role of brain structure in response to speech comprehension treatment in persons with chronic aphasia | Ms. V. Fleming of a word retrieval app for people with dementia | Dr. C. Doogan
Broca's areas's contribution to speech function: in healthy and lesioned brains | Prof. J. Crinion

11.30-13.00 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.5
Chair: P. Feys
11.30-12.00 Exercise and multiple sclerosis – recent advances Dr. U. Dalgas
12.00-12.15 The attitudes of people with progressive MS to the use of mobile applications for symptom monitoring and sharing information with healthcare professionals | Msc. C. Holland 
12.15-12.30 Test-retest reliability of cognitive-motor interference assessments in walking with various task complexity in persons with Multiple Sclerosis | Msc. R. Veldkamp
12.30-12.45 Perceptions of exercise - what moves people with multiple sclerosis to exercise? | Msc. M. Hensman
12.45-13.00 Boost – a self-management programme for people with multiple sclerosis | H. Gaskell

11.30-13.00 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.8
Chair: Dr. K. Oostra
11.30-12.00 Mirror therapy in neurorehabilitation | Dr. C. Dohle

12.00-12.15 Longitudinal changes in upper extremity kinematics during the first year post stroke | M. Alt Murphy
12.15-12.30 Extending the proportional recovery rule for the upper paretic limb after stroke | Msc. R. Vliet
12.30-12.45 Premotor dorsal white matter integrity for the prediction of upper limb motor impairment after stroke | L. Boccuni  
12.45-13.00 Individuals with chronic hemiparetic stroke can accurately identify elbow flexion torques within each arm | N. Cai

13.00-14.00 | ExpoFoyer
Lunch & Exhibition

13.00-14.00 | Lunch symposium | Room 0.9
Neurorehabilitation and physical management in the context of spasticity
Speakers: A. Geurts, S. Ashford

14.00-14.30 | ExpoFoyer
Poster Visit

14.30-16.00 | Best Poster Competition | Auditorium II
Chair: Prof. Dr. J. Mehrholz
14.30-14.40 Effectiveness of botulinum toxin treatment for upper limb spasticity after stroke over different ICF domains: a systematic review and meta-analysis | Msc. A. Andringa
14.40-14.50 Evoked brain responses to robotic wrist manipulations reflect the severity of sensory impairments in patients with stroke | Dr. J. Kordelaar
14.50-15.00 Effect of trunk training on body function and activity post stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis | Msc. L. Thijs
15.00-15.10 Home-based Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy in chronic stroke patients: a pilot TMS study | Dr. S. Borsato
15.10-15.20 Minor stroke, serious balance problems? | J. Roelofs
15.20-15.30 Running-induced visuospatial memory improvement in MS: a stronger functional embedding of the hippocampus in the default-mode network? | M. Huiskamp
15.30-15.40 How does upper extremity Fugl-Meyer motor score relate to resting-state EEG in chronic stroke? A power spectral density analysis | Msc. M. Saes
15.40-15.50 Relationship between a 10m & 6min walk test ratio and age in stroke patients | Dr. P. Gulde
15.50-16.00 Cortical activation during submaximal contractions of a hand muscle after mild traumatic brain injury |
 R. Prak

14.30-16.00 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.2/0.3
Sensorimotor Impairments Post Unilateral Brain Injury | Chair: Prof. Dr. J. Dewald & Dr. N. Gurari
The interaction between the expression of the flexion synergy and hyperactive stretch reflexes in chronic hemiparetic stroke | Prof. Dr. J. Dewald
Motor lateralization predicts treatable ipsilesional motor deficits in stroke | Prof. Dr. R. Sainburg
Title T.B.C. | Prof. Dr. F. van der Helm
Torque perception in chronic hemiparetic stroke | Dr. N. Gurari

14.30-16.00 | Focused Symposium | Room 0.4
Making training better: Incorporating fundamental motor control and learning principles into rehabilitation interventions | Chair: Dr. D. Piscitelli
Fundamental principles in motor control | Prof. Dr. M. Levin
Stability and coordination in neurological patients | Dr. D. Piscitelli
Innovative modalities for motor recovery in neurorehabilitation | Dr. A. Turolla

14.30-16.00 | Focused Symposium |Room 0.5
Trending topics in MS rehabilitation | 
Chairs: Prof. Dr. P. Feys & Dr. U. Dalgas
Does multiple sclerosis accelerate age-related deterioration of physical function? | Dr. L. Hvid
Effects of auditory-motor coupling to music compared to metronomes in ms | Drs. L. Moumdjian
Walking related-fatigability | Drs. F. Van Geel
Trunk impairments in pwms, a great impact on upper limb adl? An overview of the current evidence | Drs. J.Raats

14.30-16.00 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.8
Chair: J. Liepert
14.30-15.00 Towards patient-tailored treatment strategies to enhance stroke recovery | Prof. Dr. F. Hummel
15.00-15.15 Neurofeedback for central neuropathic pain treatment: mental strategies used for successful neuromodulation | K. Anil
15.15-15.30 The role of cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation on balance and mobility in multiple sclerosis patients: a pilot study | Msc. A. Baroni
15.30-15.45 Cathodal direct current stimulation over contralesional m1 may be detrimental to leg motor control in more severely impaired chronic stroke patients | Msc. W. Staring
15.45-16.00 Interhemispheric functional connectivity and mirror movements in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients | P. Lindberg

14.30-16.00 | Invited Lecture and oral abstract presentations | Room 0.9
Chair: A. Leff
14.30-15.00 Mechanisms of post-stroke fatigue | Dr. A. Kuppuswamy
15.00-15.15 The influence of psychological factors and mood on the course of participation up to four years after stroke | J. de Graaf
15.15-15.30 Prospectively classifying community walkers after stroke: who are they? | M. Mulder
15.30-15.45 Caregiver mediated exercises with e-health support for early supported discharge after stroke: conclusions of the care4stroke trial | J. Vloothuis
15.45-16.00 Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Long-term functional results | V. Dávalos Yerovi

16.00-16.30 | ExpoFoyer
Coffee break & Exhibition

16.30-17.30 | Auditorium 2
When and how much rehabilitation are optimal? Interrelated questions with interrelated brain mechanisms | Prof. Dr. T. Jones
Chair: Dr. J. Mehrholz

17.30-19.00 | ExpoFoyer
Welcome reception

19.00-20.00 | Room 0.4
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