We congratulate the winners of the EAN Tournament during the 4th EAN Congress in Lisbon.
In two sessions, twelve young scientists presented their outstanding work.
The EAN Tournament Prize consists of a certificate, travel, accommodation and registration to the 5th EAN Congress in Oslo, Norway.
The runner-up prize consists of a registration to the 5th EAN Congress in Oslo, Norway. (#ean2019)
The winners of the session on Basic Neurology on Sunday, 17 June are:
Lucia V. Schottlaender, United Kingdom
A novel gene causing primary familial brain calcification: JAM2
Hugo Oliveira, United Kingdom
A missense mutation in the Low Complexity Domain of endogenous TDP43 induces gain of splicing function and neurodegeneration in the mouse
Pedro Nascimento Alves, Portugal
Subcortical Anatomy of the Default Mode Network: a functional and structural connectivity study
The winners of the session on Clinical Neurology on Monday, 18June are:
Juraj Secnik, Sweden
Assessment of diabetic medication in ~8,000 dementia patients with diabetes mellitus. A study from the Swedish Dementia Registry.
Tim Kelderman, Belgium
Safety and efficacy of percutaneous pulsed radiofrequency at the C1-C2 level in chronic cluster headache: A retrospective analysis of 21 cases.
Philipp Mahlknecht, Austria
Has deep brain stimulation changed the natural history of Parkinson’s disease? A case control longitudinal study