After more than five highly successful and productive years, EAN aims to continue the excellent work of its dedicated officers while giving an opportunity for new colleagues to contribute and bring fresh perspectives towards our mission to reduce the burden of neurological disease in Europe.
European Affairs Sub Committee
Sub-committee and working group chairs
Members of committees Are you eager to shape the future of Neurology in Europe in parallel to developing your professional standing and leadership skills? Following the formation of a new Executive Board of the EAN… Continue Reading
We welcome Prof. Vodušek in his new role as chairman of the European Affairs sub-Committee (EAsC). He is already the extremely successful chair of EAN’s Liaison Committee and will in future also take care of the EAN-projects in Brussels. We are more than happy to have him also in this new position and thank him for his engagement.
As proposed by Professor Günther Deuschl, a special session which included also Prof. David B. Vodušek (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Prof. Wolfgang Oertel (Marburg, Germany) and D. A. Macerollo (London, UK) and Prof. Stefan Zierz (Halle, Germany) was organised by the German Neurological Society within their DGN Forum - Germany Meets Europe: What EAN can achieve for science, medical care and education.