…are available for EAN members and RTC participants. Just log in on our website www.eaneurology.org and click “e-Education”.
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The European Sleep Research Society (ESRS) will host its 22nd Congress in Tallinn, Estonia, from 16 – 20 September, 2014. This congress presents an opportunity for neurologists interested in sleep research and sleep medicine. Please find below a few of… Continue Reading
Here is the link to the latest issue: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ene.2014.21.issue-8/issuetoc?campaign=woletoc
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The webcasts of several teaching courses and symposia that were recorded during the Joint Congress of European Neurology in Istanbul are now online and free-of-charge* available on www.ebrainjnc.com.
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Top articles 2012
1 = Serologic diagnosis of NMO: a multicenter comparison of aquaporin-4-IgG assays.
Waters, PJ; McKeon, A; Leite, MI; et al.
NEUROLOGY Volume: 78 Issue: 9 Pages: 665-671 Published: FEB 2012
Times Cited: 68 (from Web of Science Core Collection)
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Professor Jan Kuks is Head of the Examination Committee at the Section of Neurology, UEMS, chairs the EAN Sub-committee on CME and works at the University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands
The UEMS is the largest European Medical Organisation (EMO),… Continue Reading
by Hannah Cock
Epilepsy is one of the commonest serious neurological conditions, on a par with stroke and dementia so whatever your field, you need to know at least the basics. July also hosts the European Congress of Epileptology in… Continue Reading
by Delia Lenzi
Villeda et al. (but many others are working on this) in a series of elegant experiments demostrate that age-related synaptic alterations might be reversible. Authors use parabiois to show that young blood contains a factor that reverses… Continue Reading
by Gian Luigi Lenzi
The first paper that I would like to point out to our readers is
“Use of a novel high-resolution magnetic resonance neurography protocol to detect abnormal dorsal root ganglia in Sjögren patients with neuropathic… Continue Reading
by Günther Deuschl
The European Academy of Neurology (EAN) has been founded on the 3rd of June 2014 in Istanbul. A new era of European neurology is starting because all neurologists in this part of the world have a… Continue Reading
With the advent of the European Academy of Neurology just established we have the pleasure to survey the past 14 years, when the Department to Department Cooperation Programme has been running under the agenda of the EFNS.
In 2001 the… Continue Reading
31 May – 3 June 2014
At this unique meeting organised by the European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS) and the European Neurological Society (ENS), a record number of more than 5900 neurologists from 102 countries attended.
The top ten… Continue Reading
Davide Pareyson, Milan, Italy
The congress was really impressive and fantastic, the most attended neurology meeting that ever took place in Europe with almost 6,000 participants! There were a lot of interesting symposia, presentations, teaching courses, and focused workshops, and… Continue Reading
The Joint Congress of Neurology, organised by both the European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS) and the European Neurological Society (ENS), took place in Istanbul, Turkey, from 31st of May to 3rd of June, 2014. Istanbul is an historical city which served… Continue Reading