• Harnessing Mobile Technology to Predict, Diagnose, Monitor, and Develop Treatments for Nervous System Disorders: A Workshop Date: June 5, 2018 - June 6, 2018 (1:30 PM Eastern)

    The Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders will host a public workshop to help advance the appropriate use of devices and mobile technology to predict, diagnose, monitor, assess adherence, and develop treatments for CNS disorders
  • Advancing Therapeutic Development for Pain and Opioid Use Disorders through Public-Private Partnerships: A Workshop Date: October 11, 2017 - October 12, 2017 (1:30 PM Eastern)

    The Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders proposes to host a public workshop bringing together key stakeholders to advance the discussions that emerged from the three National Institutes of Health meetings scheduled in June and July 2017 to address the opioid epidemic, and examine potential implementation barriers and opportunities related to the proposed approaches discussed.
  • Report Release Announcement Date: April 14, 2015 (11:00 AM Eastern)

    The IOM and the Committee on the Public Health Dimensions of Cognitive Aging released their report to the public on April 14, 2015 in Washington, DC.
  • Financial Incentives to Support Unmet Medical Needs for Nervous System Disorders: A Workshop Date: January 20, 2015 - January 21, 2015 (8:30 AM Eastern)

    This workshop will explore opportunities to foster private sector innovation by supporting new investments directed toward the development of novel therapeutics to meet unmet needs for nervous system disorders.
  • The Neuroscience of Gaming: A Workshop Date: November 16, 2014 (1:00 PM Eastern)

    Given the high prevalence of gaming in today’s society, the Institute of Medicine Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders, organized a workshop during the Society for Neuroscience 2014 annual meeting, bringing together key stakeholders to explore the neuroscience of electronic gaming, with emphasis on relevant scientific, ethical, and societal issues.
  • Developing Treatments for Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD): A Workshop Date: November 15, 2014 (8:30 AM Eastern)

    Given the pressing need for progress in the field, this workshop brought together key stakeholders from industry, government agencies like NIH and FDA, academia and patient advocacy groups to discuss opportunities for advancing drug development for dry AMD.
  • Committee on Approaching Death: Addressing Key End of Life Issues Report Release Date: September 17, 2014 (1:00 PM Eastern)

    The IOM will release a report on transforming end-of-life care by the Committee on Approaching Death on September 17, 2014 at 1:00 PM EST.
  • IOM Forum on Aging, Disablity, and Independence: October 2012 Date: October 2, 2012 (9:00 AM Eastern)

    A public workshop to be held in conjunction with the second meeting of the IOM-DBASSE Forum on Aging, Disability, and Independence.
  • Neurodegeneration: Opportunities for Collaboration Across Disease-Specific Research and Development Communities: A Workshop Date: April 30, 2012 - May 1, 2012 (8:00 AM Eastern)

    This workshop will explore commonalities across neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and frontotemporal dementia, and identify potential opportunities for collaboration across the respective research and development communities
  • Nutrition and Healthy Aging in the Community: A Workshop Date: October 5, 2011 - October 6, 2011 (8:00 AM Eastern)

    Recent trends reveal that growing numbers of older adults now seek to live independently in the community setting. This shift creates new challenges for the older people, their caregivers, and social services and nutrition professionals who seek to assure the availability of nutrition and other services for this population. Nutrition needs are not always understood and nutrition services are fragmented and poorly integrated with other services. Coverage and reimbursement for such services also remain serious limitations, thus increasing the possibility that older persons requiring services fall through gaps in this tenuous service net. A better understanding of the issues is needed.