“Tools to predict and improve outcomes of neurological disorders”
EAN is happy to announce our second Science School, taking place in Salzburg, Austria, on 18-20 March, 2023.
The idea of the EAN Science School is to offer early career neurologists who are interested or already involved in translational research a possibility to understand or to learn more about tools to predict and improve outcomes of neurological disorders and to improve/develop treatments in the future.
It is intended to highlight basic disease mechanisms, important research tools and emerging technologies which are paradigmatic in clinical neuroscience and may also inspire common research approaches between different subspecialties of neurology, as a unique feature of EAN.
The EAN Science School will thus provide a platform to 60 early career neurologists to help them pursue a dual career as an experienced clinician and a neuroscientist to promote progress in neurology.
The course will be structured in plenary sessions for all participants in the morning, accompanied by workshops in smaller groups to foster personal interactions and discussions between participants and faculty. The faculty should serve as role models to promote basic research in neurological departments in Europe and lively exchange between their laboratories. The programme of the second Science School will take place over three consecutive days, covering topics of Statistics – trial design and trust; Biomarkers/Imaging; and Big data tools.
Like all EAN educational programmes and grants, the purpose of this school is to support EAN individual members and RRFS members who wish to boost their knowledge and get the chance to enable personal contacts among participants and faculty members.
Application Deadline: 14 October 2022
Please find more detailed information on application procedure and eligibility here, as well as a preliminary programme.
Prepared and organised by EAN Science School Task Force