On behalf of the Ethics and Quality Task Force and based on the results of the participants evaluations, we announce the best speakers/presenters of scientific courses at 5th EAN congress in Oslo, 29 June – 2 July 2019.
We congratulate the best speakers/presenters:
- Günther Deuschl (Germany) for his lecture on “David Marsden Award Lecture: Tremor” in Special Session 3 “MDS-ES: European Basal Ganglia Club”
- Mark Edwards (United Kingdom) for his lecture on “Neurobiology of functional movement disorders” in Focused Workshop 3 “EAN/MDS-ES: Functional movement disorders”
- Edvard Moser (Norway) for his lecture on “The positioning system in the brain” in Plenary Symposium 1 “Congress Opening Session”
- Rebecca Schüle (Germany) for her lecture on “Ataxia” in Special Session 7 “Clinical Grand Rounds”
- Bart De Strooper (Belgium) for his lecture on “The Brain Prize Lecture: The prodromal, cellular phase of Alzheimer’s Disease: towards a novel understanding of the disorder” in Plenary Symposium 2 “Presidential Symposium – Named Lectures”
- Dominik Straumann (Switzerland) for his lecture on “Topographic diagnosis of nystagmus” in Focused Workshop 16 “Diagnostic impact of perceptual, ocular motor, and body tilts”
- Eugen Trinka (Austria) for his lecture on „Challenges in status epilepticus” in Focused Workshop 17 “Electroencephalography (EEG) in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)”
- Bjarne Udd (Finland) for his lecture on “Neuromuscular disorders” in Special Session 7 “Clinical Grand Rounds”
- Angela C. Vincent (United Kingdom) for her lecture “Autoimmune Movement Disorders“ in Symposium 4 “EAN/MDS-ES: Movement disorders in systemic conditions”
- Sarosh Irani (United Kingdom) for his lecture “Autoimmune epilepsies” in Special Session 4 “EAN/AFAN: Intractable Epilepsies”
Thank you for your great contribution to this successful congress!
Maria Stamelou, EQTF Co-Chair
Günther Deuschl, EQTF Co-Chair