The fifth CSF Hydrodynamics Symposium took place on July 1-2, 2019 at the Simula Research Laboratory in Oslo, Norway. This biennial conference brings together scientists, engineers, clinicians and mathematicians from around the world to discuss the underlying mechanisms that cause disorders of CSF flow, such as syringomyelia and Chiari malformation.
Participants discuss their own research and bounce ideas off one another to better comprehend these poorly understood pathophysiology of CSF disorders. Thanks to Dr. Kent Andre-Mardal and Simula for graciously hosting this year’s symposium.
Bobby Jones CSF is proud to once again support this incredible meeting of the minds. This support is made possible by a generous grant from the Monkton Institute, Inc.
Imaging and Modeling Glymphatic Responses in Diabetes
Quang Jiang, PhD (Engineer)
Henry Ford Health System | Detroit, Michigan, USA
Intracranial Pressure Elevation Alters CSF Clearance
Vegard Vinje, MS, PhD-Candidate (Engineer)
Simula Research Laboratory | Oslo, Norway
Glymphatic System: Peri-arterial Basement Membrane Pathways
Roxana Carare, PhD
University of Southampton | Southampton, United Kingdom
Pipeline for Investigating Underlying Mechanisms of Alzhiemer’s Disease
John Vardakis, PhD
University College London | London, United Kingdom
Exploring the Trans-mantle Pressure Gradient in Hydrocephalus
Harold L. Rekate, MD
Hofstra University School of Medicine | Garden City, New York, USA
Physiological Drivers of Fluid Flow in the Subarachnoid Space & Spinal Cord
Marcus Stoodley, MD
Macquarie University | Sydney, Australia
Cranial Pulse Modulation: From Blood Flow to Drug Delivery
Mark G. Luciano, MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins University | Baltimore, Maryland, USA