We congratulate the winners of the EAN Tournament during the 3rd EAN Congress in Amsterdam.
In two sessions, twelve young scientists presented their outstanding work.
The EAN Tournament Prize consists of a certificate, travel, accommodation and registration to the 4thEAN Congress in Lisbon, Portugal.
The runner-up prize consists of a registration to the 4th EAN Congress in Lisbon, Portugal. (#ean2018)
The winners of the session on Basic Neurology on Sunday, 25 June are:
Zoi Alexopoulou, United Kingdom
Identification of Usp8 as a toxicity modifying Deubiquitinase for α-synuclein
Betty Wutzl, Austria
Promising and highly diagnostic fMRI paradigms for classifying the level of consciousness of patients with severe chronic disorders of consciousness
Tayyabah Yousaf, United Kingdom
TOMM40 polymorphism is associated with Cognitive and CSF pathology in patients with Dementia
The winners of the session on Clinical Neurology on Monday, 26 June are:
Giacomo Boffa, Italy
Sustained disease remission in aggressive multiple sclerosis after autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation
Marian Galovic, United Kingdom
Predictive Swallowing Score (PRESS): a prognostic model to predict the need for enteral tube feeding after ischemic stroke.
Herm Lamberink, Netherlands
When to stop antiepileptic drugs? A new tool for individual prediction of seizure outcomes.