The 16th EFNS Congress in Stockholm from 8th to 11th September was terrific, the largest congress we have ever had with 5400 participants and a packed programme of main topic lectures, focussed workshops, oral presentations and poster sessions covering the whole spectrum of neurology. The programme was organised in collaboration with the Movement Disorder Society and by the European Federation of Autonomic Societies. Singling out individual items is invidious but the highlight of every congress is the EFNS clinical lecture, this year eloquently given by Professor Marie-Germaine Bousser from Paris on CADASIL (cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy). She told us about her first family with young onset stroke and migraine and cerebral white matter lesions.
Swedish Neurological Society – past, present and future challenges by Martin Gunnarsson During the 19th century, neuroscience was established as a very important research area in the Swedish scientific community (see article by professor Sten Fredrikson in the May issue… Continue Reading
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please make sure to register by June 18, 2012. Please visit the congress website and register at: http://www2.kenes.com/efns/reg/Pages/Reg.htm EFNS 2012: Don’t miss the early registration deadline! was last modified:… Continue Reading