We are delighted to announce the 2022 participants of the EAN Tournament for neurologists in training. Ten participants will make 6-minute presentations during our special Tournament Finals session at EAN 2022, which will also be broadcast live on EAN TV! This year, both the basic and clinical categories, will be contested within one grand final instead of two separate sessions.
A panel of four experts will judge the presentations and select two winners (one basic, one clinical) at the end of the session. The winners will receive free congress registration for the 9th EAN congress 2023 in Budapest, Hungary including four nights’ accommodation and a travel grant. Two runners-up (one basic, one clinical) will also receive free registration for the EAN 2023 Congress.
Tune in to the EAN Tournament Finals on Sunday, 26 June, 2022 17:00 – 18:15, Room Amsterdam
For more details about the EAN Tournament Finals, click here.
Congratulations and the best of luck to all our tournament participants!
- Andreia D. Magalhães, Lisbon, Portugal – “Naturally occurring plasma tau autoantibodies and risk of systemic disease”
- Einar A Høgestøl, Oslo, Norway – “Brain age estimation by machine learning outperforms brain parenchymal fraction as imaging marker in multiple sclerosis”
- Pedro N Alves, Lisbon, Portugal – “The subcortical and neurochemical organisation of the ventral and dorsal attention networks”
- Elena Abati, Milan, Italy – “IPSC-derived mural cells to model the effects of hyperglicemia on the neurovascular unit”
- Daniel Navin Olschewski, Cologne, Germany – “The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone-System modulates astrocytes and their crosstalk with microglia and neurons”
- Morin Beyeler, Bern Switzerland – “Absence of Susceptibility Vessel Sign in Patients with Malignancy-related Acute Ischemic Stroke”
- Magdalena Mroczek, Zürich, Switzerland – “FXR1-related congenital myopathy: expansion of the clinical and genetic spectrum”
- Hugo Oliveira, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK – “Electrodiagnostic Findings in Facial Onset Sensory Motor Neuronopathy (FOSMN)”
- Alessandra Fanciulli, Innsbruck, Austria – “EAN-EFAS Survey on cardiovascular ANS disturbances following a SARS-CoV2 infection or COVID-19 vaccination”
- Riccardo Currò, Pavia, Italy – “Repeat expansion size predicts age of onset in RFC1 CANVAS and disease spectrum”