MUSIC, THE BRAIN, MEDICINE, AND WELLNESS: A SCIENTIFIC DIALOGUEA Scientific Symposium Presented in Association with the 40...
FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012                DAY 1 – SESSION 1	                        DAY 1 – SESSION 2	                        ...
5:00 PM – 6:45 PM 	                       9:00 AM – 9:30 AM	                         1:30 PM - 2:00 PM	FESTIVAL CONCERT		 ...
His current research focuses onunderstanding how music evokes                                             DAY 3           ...
Accreditation                                                                    Individuals requiring special accommodati...
Tuition Remission                                                  We have also secured a courtesy block of rooms for the ...
REGISTRATION FORMUniversity of New Mexico Cancer Center and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 40th Anniversary presentMu...
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Music, The Brain, Medicine and Wellness: A Scientific Dialogue

  1. 1. MUSIC, THE BRAIN, MEDICINE, AND WELLNESS: A SCIENTIFIC DIALOGUEA Scientific Symposium Presented in Association with the 40th Anniversary of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival August 4-6, 2012 • Eldorado Hotel & Spa • Santa Fe, New Mexico SYMPOSIUM SYNOPSISTargeted attendees include research scientists, physicians, the most important questions for future research, andand health care professionals who are engaged in research to understand how music can be applied in the art andin the fields of music and the brain, cognitive neuroscience, practice of healing in medicine. In addition, the Symposiumand the application of music to healing and music therapy will provide many opportunities for interactions andin the treatment of cancer, neurologic diseases, mental “demonstrative” projects between scientists anddisorders, and other chronic conditions. musicians, as well as forums and concerts open to the public and lay audiences.The overall goal of the Symposium is to bring “worldclass” scientists, physicians, healthcare professionals, Questions addressed will include:and therapists to Santa Fe to interface with “world class”musicians, and, to present cutting edge research and • What is the state of the science of the impactthe state of the science in three areas of investigation: of music on the brain, medicine, and well being?1) how the development of the brain in early childhoodand how cognitive development, language, emotion, and • What are the most critical questions formemory are influenced by various forms of music; 2) how future research?music can be used to promote wellness and healing inpatients with serious medical conditions including cancer, • How will this science inform new therapeuticneurologic, developmental and cognitive disorders such approaches and clinical interventions?as autism, and other chronic health conditions; and 3)how music promotes wellbeing in an individual and a • How can we best lead the field forward?community. We wish to define the state of the science forresearchers and healthcare workers in this field, to define Office of Continuing Medical Education
  2. 2. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012 DAY 1 – SESSION 1 DAY 1 – SESSION 2 What is Music? How Do Harmony, What is Music? How Do Harmony,6:00 PM - 9:00PM Melody, Rhythm, and Tempo Impact Brain Melody, Rhythm, and Tempo ImpactSYMPOSIUM PUBLIC CONCERT / Function, Memory, and Emotion? Auditory Perception, CognitiveLECTURE Session Co-Chairs: Development, Behavior, and Language?St. Francis Auditorium Ani Patel, PhD and Isabelle Peretz, PhD How Music Can Be Used inA Music and The Brain Concert Therapeutic Intervention?:and Presentation 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Aphasia and AutismWhen Music Sings, the Brain Listens Music and Memoryand the Heart Modulates Session Co-Chairs: Petr Janata, PhD Ani Patel, PhD and Isabelle Peretz, PhDKamal R. Chémali, MDPrisca Benoit, Piano 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM Music and Rhythm Music, Cognitive Function, Ani Patel, PhD and Language DAY 1 Ani Patel, PhD 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2012 Music and Emotion 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM Robert Zatorre, PhD Music and the Developing Brain7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Breakfast for Meeting Attendees Laurel Trainor, PhD 10:00 AM – 10:15 AM Eldorado Hotel Break and Discussion 2:00 PM – 2:30 PM 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Music, Singing, Intervention: 10:15 AM – 10:45 AM Meeting Opening: Welcome, Aphasia, Autism Music, Emotion, and BehaviorScope, and Purpose Isabelle Peretz, PhDEldorado Hotel David Huron, PhDIntroduction of Scientific 2:30 PM – 2:45 PM 10:45 AM – 11:45 PM Organizing Committee Break and Discussion INTERACTIVE PANEL / AUDIENCEConference Co-Chairs: PARTICIPATION AND DISCUSSION 2:45 PM – 3:15 PM Cheryl L. Willman, MD Morning Speakers Music and Intervention: AutismMarc NeikrugBarrie Cassileth, PhD Science: Pamela Heaton, PhDSteven Ovitsky Cheryl Willman, MD; Samuel Keith, MD; Others 3:15 PM – 4:00 PM INTERACTIVE PANEL / AUDIENCEOpening Remarks: Music: PARTICIPATION AND DISCUSSION Marc Neikrug, Artistic Director, SantaJosephine P. Briggs, MD; Director, Fe Chamber Music Festival Afternoon SpeakersNational Center for Complementaryand Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), Intervention: Science:National Institutes of Health Concetta Tomaino, DA, MT-BC, LCAT Michael Thaut, Robert ZatorreJeffrey D. White, MD; Director, Music: 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM Tara Helen O’Connor, Flute;Office of Cancer Complementary Lunch for Meeting Attendees Michael Rusinek, Clarinet – Pittsburghand Alternative Medicine (OCCAM), Eldorado Hotel SymphonyNational Cancer Institute, NationalInstitutes of Health Intervention: Suzanne Hanser, EdD, MT
  3. 3. 5:00 PM – 6:45 PM 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM FESTIVAL CONCERT Music and the Autonomic Topic TBDLensic Performing Arts Center Nervous System TBD Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Kamal Chemali, MDConcert Introduction by 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Symposium Faculty 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM INTERACTIVE PANEL / AUDIENCE Break and Discussion PARTICIPATION AND DISCUSSIONJOHANN SEBASTIAN BACHPiano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor, Afternoon Speakers 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM BWV 1052 Music Therapy: Stroke, Parkinson’s Science:Piano Concerto No. 4 in A Major, Disease, Alzheimer’s, and Ani Patel PhD, David Huron PhDBWV 1055 Degenerative Disorders Music:Piano Concerto No. 5 in F Minor, Alan Gilbert, Music Director - Concetta M. Tomaino, DA. MT-BC, LCATBWV 1056 New York Philharmonic; Piano Concerto No. 7 in G Minor, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Harvey de Souza, Violin – Academy ofBWV 1058 INTERACTIVE PANEL / AUDIENCE Saint Martin in the FieldsInon Barnatan, piano; Jennifer Gilbert, PARTICIPATION AND DISCUSSION Intervention:violin; Harvey de Souza, violin; Tim Ringgold, MT-BCHsin-Yun Huang, viola; Joseph Johnson, Morning Speakerscello; Marji Danilow, bass Science: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM TBD SYMPOSIUM PUBLIC CONCERT / Music: LECTURE DAY 2 Arnold Steinhardt, Violin St. Francis Auditorium Intervention:SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2012 Louise Montello Music, The Brain, Medicine, and Wellness: A Public Lecture and Music Demonstration7:00 AM – 8:00 AM 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Feeling the Beat:Breakfast for Meeting Attendees Lunch for Meeting Attendees Are Humans Unique?Eldorado Hotel Eldorado Hotel Ani Patel, PhD Dr. Patel will discuss musical beatDAY 2 – SESSION 1 DAY 2 – SESSION 2 perception and why we move toMusic, The Brain, Motor Function, and Music, Motor Function, and the music! He will explain how thisTherapeutic Intervention: Therapeutic Intervention: seemingly simple ability, which is atWhat is the State of the Science in What is the State of the Science the foundation of much of the world’sNeurologic Disorders and Stroke? in Cancer, Chronic Disease, and musical rhythms, actually requires Terminally Ill Patients? specialized brain circuits that areWhat are the Challenges and Key found only in humans and a few otherQuestions for Future Research What are the Challenges and Key species. He will also discuss how thisand Intervention? Questions for Future Research and research is enhancing our ability Intervention? to treat patients with Parkinson’sSession Co-Chairs: Barrie Cassileth, PhD and Session Co-Chairs: Disease and other neurologic andCheryl Willman, MD Barrie Cassileth, PhD and movement disorders. Cheryl Willman, MD Music and Emotion: Got A Feeling?8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Music, Movement, and Motor Control 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM David Huron, PhD Music Intervention in Cancer Patients What precisely are music’s mentalMichael Thaut, PhD Barrie Cassileth, PhD attractions? Dr. Huron’s early8:30 AM – 9:00 AM research centered on the perceptualMusic and Stroke Intervention 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM foundations of melody and voice- Music Intervention in the Terminally Ill leading, and he has also investigatedGottfreid Schlaug, MD, PhD / Hospice sensory dissonance, musical(invited) similarity, and musical expectation. TBD His work on expectation is chronicled in the book Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Psychology of Expectation.
  4. 4. His current research focuses onunderstanding how music evokes DAY 3 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM INTERACTIVE PANEL / AUDIENCEemotion. Dr. Huron emphasizes cross- MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2012 PARTICIPATION AND DISCUSSIONcultural comparisons in pursuing his Morning Speakersresearch, involving the analysis of 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Native American, Chinese, Japanese, Breakfast for Meeting Attendees Science:Hasidic, Balinese, Korean, and sub- Eldorado Hotel TBDSaharan African music. Music: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM DAY 3 – SESSION 1 Inon Barnatan, Piano; Marc Neikrug, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Music and Well Being: From theFESTIVAL CONCERT Individual to the Community Intervention:Lensic Performing Arts Center TBDSanta Fe Chamber Music Festival Session Co-Chairs: Suzanne Hanser, PhD and 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Concert Introduction by David Huron, PhD Conference Closing RemarksSymposium Faculty MOZART Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Presentation of theK. 493 TBD Key Scientific QuestionsHarvey de Souza, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, TBD (Departure / Box Lunches Provided)viola; Kajsa William-Olsson, cello;Joyce Yang, piano 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Music in Everyday LifeSCHOENBERG Chamber Symphony Tia De Nora (invited)No. 1 in E Major, Op. 9 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Alan Gilbert, conductor;Tara Helen O’Connor, flute; Music Interventions for WellnessLiang Wang, oboe; Robert Ingliss, oboe; Louise Montello, DA, LP, LCAT, MT-BCRicardo Morales, clarinet; (invited)Michael Rusinek, clarinet;Stephen Ahearn, bass clarinet; 9:30 AM – 9:45 AM Nancy Goeres, bassoon; Philip Myers, Break and Discussionhorn; Julie Landsman, horn; 9:45 AM - 10:30 AM Jennifer Gilbert, violin; Harvey de Souza, Music Strategies to Manage Stressviolin; Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; Eric Kim, and Enhance Quality of Lifecello; Marji Danilow, bass Suzanne Hanser, PhDMENDELSSOHN Octet in E-flat Major,Op. 20Jennifer Gilbert, violin;Arnold Steinhardt, violin; Alan Gilbert,violin; Harvey de Souza, violin;John Dalley, viola; Michael Tree, viola;Peter Wiley, cello; Eric Kim, cello
  5. 5. Accreditation Individuals requiring special accommodations should contactThe University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Office of the Office of Continuing Medical Education at (505) 272-3942.Continuing Medical Education is accredited by the Accreditation UNM is in compliance with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 andCouncil for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.medical education for physicians.The Office of Continuing Medical Education designates Registration Information Advance registration is encouraged. Please register early tothis live activity for a maximum of 15.5 AMA PRA Category avoid disappointment. Minimum and maximum numbers1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit have been established for this symposium and social events.commensurate with the extent of their participation in Registrations paid in cash must be in the exact amount ofthe activity. tuition. The Office of CME does not maintain a petty cash fund.This activity is approved for 15.5 contact hours by the Cash payments must be made in the exact amount of tuition. ItUniversity of New Mexico Office of Continuing Medical Education, is UNM Policy to charge offerer $15.00 plus normal merchantan approved provider of continuing nursing education by the bank fees for each returned check.New Mexico Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the If you are paying by credit card, we have on-line registrationAmerican Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission capability at the UNM CME website, http://som.unm.edu/cme.on Accreditation. A confirmation letter will be e-mailed to you. Please presentCertificates of nursing credit will be issued at the end of the your confirmation letter at the registration desk upon arrivalsymposium 12:30 pm on August 6, 2012, in exchange for at the symosium. If you do not receive a confirmation letter,symposium evaluations. please contact the Office of CME at (505) 272-3942 to verify your attendance. Registration includes symposium materials, meals,Contact Information refreshment breaks, and beverages. Your pre-registration willThis symposium is presented by the University of New Mexico be confirmed.Cancer Center and the Office of Continuing Medical Education. Telephone (505) 272-3942 and FAX (505) 272-8604 registrationsFor additional information contact: will be accepted only with VISA/MasterCard. Faxed registrations, which do not have credit card information provided, will not be processed.Office of Continuing Medical EducationMSC09 5370, 1 University of New MexicoAlbuquerque, New Mexico 87131-0001(505) 272-3942 - FAX (505) 272-8604Visit our website athttp://som.unm.edu/cme Symposium Registration Fees “Early” Registration Regular Registration (postmarked on or (postmarked after before 3/30/2012) 3/30/2012) For Health Professionals with Advanced Degrees (MD, DO, PhD, MA/MS) $295.00 $335.00 General Public/Non-Medical Professional $295.00 $335.00 For Allied Health Professionals (PA/NP, Nurses, Music Therapists, $245.00 $285.00 and Other Allied Health Professionals) For Full Time Students (Undergraduate, Graduate Level) * $160.00 $200.00 Additional Concert and Public Lecture Package $100 ** 6:00 PM Friday, August 3 - Symposium Public Concert / Lecture, St. Francis Auditorium $25 5:00 PM Saturday, August 4 - Festival Concert, The Lensic Performing Arts Center $30 3:30 PM Sunday, August 5 - Symposium Public Concert / Lecture, St. Francis Auditorium $25 6:00 PM Sunday, August 5 - Festival Concert, The Lensic Performing Arts Center $55 Value $135 * Must provide proof of student status full-time status. Will not receive professional credit. ** While tickets last, “Additional Concert and Public Lecture Package” for $100, or individual events may be purchased for Symposium registrants only.
  6. 6. Tuition Remission We have also secured a courtesy block of rooms for the nights of 8/3/2012 through 8/6/2012 at the followingAll eligible UNM Faculty and Staff may enroll using a tuition nearby hotels. These hotels are just a short walk from theremission (waiver) to cover tuition costs listed on the symposium site. Attendees should call the hotel(s) directlyregistration form. Properly completed and original remissions and identify yourself with the “Music, The Brain, Medicine andmust accompany the registration form. Proper completion Wellness” Symposium.includes all required signatures. No refund or credit will beissued for non-attendance. The on-line UNM Tuition Form Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plazamay be accessed at http://som.unm.edu/cme/CME%20 100 Sandoval StreetForms/Index.html Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 505-988-2811 or 800-HILTONSCancellation Website: www.hiltonofsantafe.comIf you cannot attend, the Office of Continuing Medical Hotel Santa Fe The Hacienda and SpaEducation will refund tuition, less a $40.00 administrative fee 1501 Paseo de Peraltaprovided it is received in writing prior to July 27, 2012. No Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501refunds will be issued after this date or for non-attendance. 877-955-7835Symposiums are subject to cancellation. In the event this Email: stay@hotelsantafe.comsymposium is cancelled, the Office of CME is not responsible Website: www.hotelsantafe.comfor any airfare, hotel, or other costs incurred by participants. How To Attend:Symposium Location / Accommodations • On-line at www.MusicAndTheBrainSantaFe.comThe symposium will be held at the Eldorado Hotel and Spa, • On-line at: http://som.unm.edu/cme/2012/2012-309 West San Francisco St., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501. Conferences.htmlA block of rooms has been reserved for participants of this • your registration 24 hours/day to (505) 272-8604 Faxsymposium at the Eldorado Hotel and Spa for the nights ofAugust 3 – August 5, 2012. Special rates are available to you • Call (505) 272-3942 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm M.S.T.if you make your room reservations no later than Tuesday, • Mail to: UNM, Office of CME, MSC09 5370, 1 University ofJuly 3, 2012. New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001To make room reservations, participants should contact the Register now to avoid disappointment.Eldorado Hotel and Spa directly: Eldorado Hotel and Spa 309 West San Francisco St. Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Phone: 800-955-4455 or Email: rez@eldoradohotel.com www.eldoradohotel.comPlease identify yourself as a participant of theMusic, The Brain, Medicine and Wellness SymposiumParticipant rate is: $289.00 (Deluxe King)All reservations must be guaranteed with a one night’sdeposit in the form of a credit card.
  7. 7. REGISTRATION FORMUniversity of New Mexico Cancer Center and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 40th Anniversary presentMusic, The Brain, Medicine and Wellness: A Scientific DialogueAugust 4-6, 2012 • Santa Fe, New MexicoName: Specialty:Title: q MD q DO q PhD q DEd q PA q NP q Nurse q Other: _____________________Street:City: State: Zip:Fax: Phone:Email: “Early” Registration Regular Registration (postmarked on or before (postmarked after 3/30/2012) 3/30/2012)For Health Professionals with Advanced Degrees (MD, DO, PhD, MA/MS) q $295.00 q $335.00General Public/Non-Medical Professional q $295.00 q $335.00For Allied Health Professionals (PA/NP, Nurses, Music Therapists, and q $245.00 q $285.00Other Allied Health Professionals)For Full Time Students (Undergraduate, Graduate Level) * q $160.00 q $200.00q I would like to purchase the Additional Concert and Public Lecture Package for Symposium Registrants ** $100q I would like to purchase individual events ** q 6:00 PM Friday, August 3 - Symposium Public Concert / Lecture, St. Francis Auditorium $25 q 5:00 PM Saturday, August 4 - Festival Concert, The Lensic Performing Arts Center $30 q 3:30 PM Sunday, August 5 - Symposium Public Concert / Lecture, St. Francis Auditorium $25 q 6:00 PM Sunday, August 5 - Festival Concert, The Lensic Performing Arts Center $55 Value $135Register now while tickets last!Meals: q Non-Vegetarian q VegetarianPlease indicate method of payment:q Check (Make payable to UNM Office of CME) Mastercard/Visa Account #q UNM Tuition Remission Form (copy enclosed) Expiration Date Amount $q Purchase Order # ______________ (copy enclosed) Include last 3 numbers of code on back of cardq MasterCard / Visa SignatureMake check payable to UNM Office of Continuing Medical Education and mail it along with this form to: UNM Office of CME, MSC09 5370,1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001. Telephone (505) 272-3942 and Fax (505) 272-8604 registrations accepted forVISA or MasterCard only. Faxed registrations, which do not have credit card information provided, will not be processed.* Must provide proof of student status full-time status. Will not receive professional credit.** While tickets last, “Additional Concert and Public Lecture Package” for $100, or individual events may be purchased for Symposium registrants only.

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