Exhibits & Support

BE A PART OF THE 2025 WORLD CONGRESS ON BRAIN INJURY AS AN EXHIBITOR OR SUPPORTER!

About the World Congress on Brain Injury

The 15th Biennial World Congress on Brain Injury presents a unique opportunity to promote your organization and create goodwill with this highly specialized group of professionals from throughout the world. IBIA is pleased to offer a variety of support and exhibit opportunities with a range of price points to fit most budgets.  Congress prospectus will be posted shortly!

Who will attend

The World Congress is the largest gathering of international professionals working in the field of brain injury. Delegates are comprised of:

  • rehabilitation physicians,
  • psychiatrists,
  • psychologists,
  • neurosurgeons,
  • speech pathologists,
  • occupational therapists,
  • physiotherapists,
  • social workers,
  • nurses,
  • case managers,
  • advocates,
  • legal professionals, and
  • all those dedicated to advancing research and treatment for patients with brain injury.

The last time the congress took place in Canada, there were over 1200 international delegates. The Congress will feature platform presentations, workshop and panel discussions from a faculty of over 120 internationally recognized speakers as well as 200 oral presentations and over 600 poster presentations from submitted peer-reviewed abstracts. Speakers at recent Congress’s include Vicki Anderson, David Arciniegas, Erin Bigler, Joseph Giacino, Steven Laureys, Andrew Maas, Geoffrey Manley, Michael McCrea, Enrique Noe, Adrian Owen, Jennie Ponsford, Roberto Rodriguez, Nicholas Schiff, Jonathan Silver, Donald Stein, John Whyte, Ross Zafonte, and Nathan Zasler just to name a few.

The aim of the World Congress on Brain Injury is to provide an opportunity for establishing collegial relationships with international professionals focused on the science of brain injury and/or the care and treatment of persons with acquired brain injury. State-of-the-art research will be presented on assessment, treatment, and international priorities in the field of brain injury research. Overall, the Congress seeks to provide didactic opportunities for clinicians interested in advancing their knowledge in brain injury science, medicine and care.

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