The Lundbeck Foundation is sponsoring the upcoming FENS Brain conference from 21-24 June 2020 at Rungstedgaard:
“RNA Mechanisms and Brain Disease”.
The foundation offers 20 free seats and to be considered the applicant must be below 40,
bring an abstract and participate in the entire meeting.
The deadline for applying is March 20th, 2020.
To be considered for one of the free seats, you must send an e-mail to Helene Mathiasen
You can find more information her:
DNS holder årsmøde på Hotel Munkebjerg fredag den 19. – lørdag den 20. marts 2021.
Ny dato: 7.-9. november 2020
AFLYST pga. CORONA: 12 – 15 May 2020 in Vienna, Austria
“Diagnostic algorithm for childhood onset chorea”, presented by Juan Dario Ortigoza-Escobar from the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Barcelona, Spain.
Link to sign up to the webinar:
This year, for the first time in its storied history, the ANA’s Annual Meeting will be fully virtual. While this was a difficult decision to make, one of the benefits of going virtual is it eliminates geographic barriers. As such, I’d like to take this opportunity to personally invite you and your membership to attend ANA2020, to be held October 4-9.
For over 140 years, academic neurologists and neuroscientists have connected over exciting research updates and best practices at the ANA Annual Meeting and we’re confident this year will be no exception. Highlights of this year’s virtual event include:
- Plenary Sessions diving into the science behind recent breakthroughs in our understanding and treatment of neurological disorders across a broad etiological spectrum including “Genomics of Personalized Medicine,” “Microenvironment Control of Brain Tumor Pathogenesis,” and “Targeting Glia for Therapy: Mediators of Neuroinflammation, Degeneration and Repair”
- Presidential Symposium on “Leveraging Digital Technologies in Neurology” and the Derek Denny-Brown Young Neurological Scholar Symposium featuring presentations from the 2020 Derek Denny-Brown awardees, the Wolfe Neuropathy Research Prize and the Grass Foundation-ANA Award in Neuroscience recipients
- Presentations representing the latest advances in translational neuroscience, neurobiology of disease, and academic neurology including sessions on teleneurology, academic resiliency in the time of COVID-19, and neuro-infectious disease
- 18 Special Interest Group (SIG) sessions including Global Neurology, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Neurogenetics
- Interactive workshops spotlighting advances across the full spectrum of neurologic subspecialties
- Emerging Scholar Lectures, a new addition this year, focused on providing a platform for junior and early career investigator presentations
- Networking Opportunities
Attendees will be able to experience sessions in real time as they will be live streamed along with live Q&A. Additionally, registration includes the ANA2020 Meetings Recording package, so attendees can watch and re-watch sessions at their convenience, regardless of their time zone.
This year, we are giving back to the neurological community by offering complimentary ANA2020 registration for ANA members and significantly reduced registration rates for non-members. Registration will open on June 15, 2020, and you can find additional details on the Annual Meeting website: https://2020.myana.org/.
NEW DATES due COVID-19
The 14th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology, to be held in London, UK, October 2-5, 2020.
Following a hugely successful CONy 2019 held in Madrid, Spain, with over 1,100 delegates from more than 70 countries, our upcoming CONy 2020 in London promises to be CONy’s biggest and brightest yet.
What makes CONy stand out compared to other medical congresses are the differences in structure and focus. Conferences are generally informative, but there is often only limited time for thorough and critical discussions. CONy provides a platform for international experts to discuss and compare experiences, thus closing the gap between the expansion of knowledge and its dissemination and use. By having this debate style structure, the congress has become a major annual event for members of the neurological community. The popularity and increasing relevance of the topics and debates explored during this annual congress has bore many other offshoot meetings, focused on various topics.
All our participants are encouraged to take an active role in the Congress by engaging faculty members in an open and unique environment, submitting abstracts for oral and poster presentations, and voting on debates in each session.
Members of the Danish Neurological Society are entitled to a special 10% discount for a limited time only. To receive this discount, members should contact us directly with proof of their membership.
The Neurology Congress is the premier gathering of professionals dedicated to the advancements in Neuroscience, Neurology, Dementia, practitioners and educators come together to present and discuss recent research results, trends in Neurology & research.
For More Information: https://coalesceresearchgroup.com/conferences/neurology
September 28-30, 2020 in Rome, Italy
The main theme of the conference “Fostering Advances in Brain and Neurological Disorders”.
Complete information at: https://irisscientificgroup.com/conferences/brain-and-neurological-disorders/
NEW DATES: 22.-24. september 2020
The main aim behind holding this event is to mainly focus on the “Emerging Challenges and Advances in Neurology and Neuroscience”.
For more info: https://frontiersmeetings.com/conferences/neurology