After a very successful congress in Amsterdam with more than 6000 participants, the Editors-in-chief, Elena Moro and Tim von Oertzen interviewed the two persons, responsible for the organisation of the congress, Prof. Paul Boon, chair EAN programme committee and Prof.… Continue Reading
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Following the the very well attended lunch session: “Challenges for women in neurology” Elena Moro and Selma Tromp invited the 3 lecturing ladies for a round-talbe discussion. Please read the enitre report on this session, or the follow-up article… Continue Reading
EAN Congress newsEducation cornerDuring the 3rd Congress of the EAN, an outstanding opportunity of meeting colleagues who took part in previous Spring School meetings was organized.
Residents and research fellows discover the VUmc This year’s annual hospital visit on Sunday 25th of June 2017 brought 80 residents and research fellows from all over the world to the impressive VU University Medical Center Amsterdam (VUmc) located in the southwestern part of Amsterdam, close to the campus of VU University. The RRFS hospital visit was organised in collaboration with the Dutch Junior Neurology Association.
Resident and Research FellowsEAN Congress newsTop ArticlesThe special session of the Residents and Research Fellow Section (RRFS) took place on Sunday 25.06.2017 during the EAN congress 2017 in Amsterdam. This year the special session was held in a novel format with the aim to create a more informal environment between juniors and senior researchers and clinicians.
EAN Congress newsTop ArticlesSymposium 6: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD) as a model of interaction between cognition, behaviour and motor impairment Chairpersons:
Albert C. Ludolph, Ulm, Germany
Yolande A.L. Pijnenburg, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, The Netherlands The neuropathology of ALS… Continue Reading
EAN Congress newsFeatured SliderMemories from the 3rd EAN Congress in Amsterdam find yourself, a colleague or a friend in the Amsterdam photo-gallery … Continue Reading
We congratulate the winners of the EAN Tournament during the 3rd EAN Congress in Amsterdam.
In two sessions, twelve young scientists presented their outstanding work. The EAN Tournament Prize consists of a certificate, travel, accommodation and registration to the 4thEAN… Continue Reading
Bernard Uitdehaag, Guenther Deuschl, Paul Boon
during the Highlight session the most prominent topics of the congress were given special recognition: Stroke
Veerle De Herdt, , Belgium Multiple Sclerosis
Rogier Q. Hintzen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands Degenerative disorders including dementia… Continue Reading
ESO/EAN symposium 7: uncommon cerebrovascular diseases Chairpersons:
Stefan Engelter, Basel, Switzerland
C.J.M. (Karin) Klijn, AMERSFOORT, The Netherlands Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome: how to recognise it?
Anne Ducros, Montpellier, France Cervical artery dissection: where are we now?
Stefan Engelter, Basel, Switzerland… Continue Reading
CME TOPICAL SYMPOSIUM: Spinal muscular atrophy Chairperson
Ulrike Schara, Essen, Germany
Enrico Bertini, Roma, Italy Diagnosis of spinal muscular atrophy
W.Ludo Van Der Pol, Utrecht, The Netherlands Clinical aspects of spinal muscular atrophy
Ulrike Schara, Essen, Germany Therapy and management… Continue Reading
The third Women in Neurology Session: is the landscape really changing with respect to the gender gap? The “Challenges in for Women in Neurology” lunch session took place for the third time at EAN 2017 and featured three successful practitioners… Continue Reading
EAN Congress newsILAE-CEA/EAN: Recent and upcoming new drugs and devices for the treatment of epilepsy CHAIRPERSONS: Meir Bialer, JERUSALEM, ISRAEL Paul Boon, GHENT, BELGIUM 25 years new anti-epileptic drugs – did they make a difference?
Eugen Trinka, SALZBURG, AUSTRIA New anti-epileptic drugs… Continue Reading
EAN Congress newsPlenary Symposium 3: Outcome measures in clinical studies (overarching theme) Main Auditorium, Monday, June 26, 2017, 10:00-12:00 Chairperson: Bernard M.J. Uitdehaag, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Selma C Tromp, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands Outcome measures in neuro-oncology studies
Martin J. B. Taphoorn, DEN… Continue Reading