At the EFNS-ENS Joint Congress in Istanbul another tournament for young neurologists took place.
In two sessions, twelve young scientists presented their outstanding work.
The Uschi Tschabitscher Prize consists of a medal, a certificate, travel, accommodation and registration to the 1st EAN Congress in Berlin, Germany as well as €1000.
The runner-up prize consists of a certificate and €200.
We congratulate the winners of the session on Basic Neurology on Sunday, June 01, 2014:
Nasir Mirza, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Identifying the causes of pharmacoresistant epilepsy through a genome-wide association study with pathway and network analysis: from complexity to coherence to centrality
Arseny Sokolov, Tübingen, Germany
Recovery of visual body motion perception and underlying cerebro-cerebellar network plasticity
We congratulate the winners of the session on Clinical Neurology on Monday, June 02, 2014:
Filip Scheperjans, Helsinki, Finland
Gut microbiota are associated with Parkinson’s disease and clinical phenotype: a case-control study
Anna Sadnicka, London, United Kingdom
A reflection on plasticity research in writing dystonia
Information on the 2015 Tournament can be found here: http://www.eaneurology.org/berlin2015/Grants-and-Awards.1885.0.html