If you loved EAN 2022 and are eager to do it all again, then we have great news for you: EAN 2023 will be just as packed with scientific and educational content, industry buzz, and chances to connect with your friends and colleagues – and it is just 10 months away!
For the 9th Annual Congress of the European Academy of Neurology on July 1-4 we are heading to the grand and beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary, right in the heart of Europe. The rich cultural, architectural, and culinary tapestry of the Hungarian capital will serve as a perfect backdrop to our own festival of neurological science and technology.
Neurology beyond big data
The programme for EAN 2023 is of course still in progress, but one aspect that is already set in stone is our overarching theme: Neurology beyond big data. The amount of data available in neurology, neuroscience, neurobiology and related disciplines is rising exponentially and our ability to analyse and utilise such data is becoming ever more sophisticated. During EAN 2023, concepts, recent advances, opportunities and challenges surrounding big data will be discussed in a variety of sessions throughout the congress. For more information on this, see our congress announcement here (PDF).
Our congresses are always an accurate reflection of what concerns and interests the neurology community and that is thanks to the programme being heavily populated by your contributions. Abstract submission will be open from December to 12 January, 2023, and we encourage everyone to take the opportunity to be a part of Europe’s biggest neurology congress. Whether you prefer to present your work in an oral platform presentation, as an ePoster, or even a virtual ePoster, there is no better opportunity to share your latest work with an enthusiastic international audience.
Registration will open in late 2022, so look out for our announcements in your inbox and online. In the meantime, block July 1-4, 2023, in your calendar and start brushing up on Hungarian phrases.
See you in Budapest!