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Neurological Emergencies

24-25 February, 2021

Neurological Emergencies – Interactive virtual CME course — Live Streamed from Boston

Join us virtually in February! Neurological Emergencies is a 2-day, 13-hour course that provides updates, best practices, and new algorithms to diagnose neurological symptoms, quickly identify a neurological emergency, and take appropriate measures to optimize outcomes for high-risk patients. The goal of this course is to prepare clinicians to quickly and accurately diagnose and provide appropriate care for patients with neurological emergencies, including:

High-frequency symptoms: Headache, back pain, dizziness, diplopia
High-risk conditions: Acute ischemic stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, traumatic brain injury, coma, intracerebral hemorrhage

The course is delivered by the Departments of Emergency Medicine at
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center & Mass General Hospital, two Harvard Medical School teaching hospitals.

Course Objectives

Articulate how to perform bedside diagnostic and therapeutic maneuvers in the dizzy patient
Use focused history and physical to determine which patients with headache or minor head injury require neuroimaging or further workup
Use clinical “red flags” to avoid misdiagnosis of cord and cauda equina compression in patients with back pain
Discuss how to rapidly evaluate patients with stroke symptoms for intravenous and intraarterial revascularization therapy.

JSN meeting 2021, Kyoto Japan

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are pleased to inform you that abstract submission for the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Neurology is now available at https://www.neurology-jp.org/neuro2021/en/. The deadline for the submission is Noon, November 24 (Tue.) (Japan Standard Time).
*Making Powerpoint video presentations will be required for overseas presenters who are unable to attend the 62nd JSN annual meeting due to COVID-19 pandemic.

We offer TRAVEL GRANTS to encourage neurologists in other countries who submit abstracts. We look forward to the active participation from overseas in this meeting.

For details on the meeting, please refer to the 2nd Announcement of this meeting attached.
We will invite more than 30 famous neurologists and neuroscientists from overseas. The meeting has many English programs. About 40% of the presentation will be conducted in English.

It would be highly appreciated if you could distribute this information to your members and encourage their participation in the meeting.

Official Website of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the JSN

[Plenary speakers] (Provisional)
Masashi Yanagisawa (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Werner Poewe (Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria)
Steven M. Greenberg (Harvard Medical School, USA)
Lucie Bruijn (Translational Medicine, EMEA at AveXis, Inc., USA)

[English Symposia] (Provisional)
*All English Symposia will be live-streamed for online participants.
*This program is as of November 2020 and subject to change.

- Novel therapeutic approach for neurological disorders using stem cell biology and genetic modification
- Selective vulnerability of alpha-synuclein-related neurodegeneration -beyond proteinopathy and propagation-
- Coevolution of multimodal neuroimaging and biomarkers
- RBD as a harbinger of synucleinopathy: update
- New Frontiers in the Treatment of Epilepsy 2020
- Will new migraine medications save migraine patients?
- Interdisciplinary research between dementia and epilepsy
- Cutting-edge advances in NMOSD and MOG-related disorders
- Frontiers of neuroscience and medicine accelerated by big data and AI
- Reassessment APOE4 in Alzheimer’s disease
- New diagnostic and therapy strategies for PSP/CBD
- Novel molecular target drugs for MG: How should we use them?
- Innovative management can bring bright future for Parkinson’s disease
- Neurologic Specialty Board in the World
- Novel therapeutic strategies against ischemic stroke from the perspective of neuro-glial-vascular unit
- Structure and propagation of aggregated proteins
- Increasing importance of autonomic neuroscience in multiple system atrophy
- Disassemble “CIDP”! Reclassification of “CIDP” based on molecular autoimmune mechanism
- Dyskinesia in Parkinson’s Disease: Filling the Bedside-to-Bench Gap
- Motor neuron disease: revisiting the roles of RNA binding proteins and RNA metabolism in neurodegeneration
- How to treat obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in older adults?  -Missing treatment option for dementia-
- Strategy toward regenerative medicine in neurological disorders using stem cells – the current situation and issues

2nd Announcement JSN2021

7th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology – Virtual 2021

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

As the number of lives affected by the COVID-19 pandemic has now reached the millions, the health and safety of our congress attendees, our patients and our families, remains our primary concern.

While we may come from different nations, we are all experiencing difficult and trying times, and we must continue to work together to slow the spread of the disease.

With this situation in mind, the European Academy of Neurology has decided to go virtual again for the 7th EAN Congress on June 19-22, 2021, originally to be held in Vienna.

Once again, we look forward to offering you the opportunity to learn from experts in your field, grow your professional network, and discover the latest best practices in neurology, all in the comfort of your home. Building on our experience from the EAN Virtual Congress 2020, we will utilise the very best technical solutions to provide you with a virtual experience as comfortable and rewarding as the real thing.

In order to make participation affordable for colleagues all over the world, EAN is offering reduced fees for the virtual congress.

Please find detailed information on the EAN Congress Website.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 7th EAN Congress/2nd EAN Virtual Congress!

On behalf of the entire EAN Board, we wish you, your families, and your community the best of health.

Truly yours,
Claudio L. Bassetti
EAN President

Website: http://www.ean.org/congress2021

ESOC 2021

1 – 3 September 2021

ESOC is the premier forum for presenting major clinical research, new technologies and the latest advancements in stroke treatment and care, providing participants with the opportunity to enhance their scientific knowledge and professional skill, form new collaborations and become a part of the stroke community.

The Conference will cover the most recent scientific discoveries in stroke, innovative ideas and large clinical trial sessions, where principal investigators from major trials will present their data analysis.

Help reduce the incidence of stroke by joining ESOC 2021 online between 1-3 September 2021 for 3 exciting days of insight, camaraderie, and inspiration.

Key Dates:
Abstract Submission Deadline: 12 April 2021
Early Registration Deadline: 15 June 2021

Learn more at https://eso-conference.org/

WSC 2021 13th World Stroke Congress

28-29 October 2021 | Virtual

WSC 2021

The World Stroke Organization invites you to join internationally renowned clinicians and
researchers online, at the 13th World Stroke Congress.

The Congress will take place in conjunction with the International Symposium on Thrombolysis,
Thrombectomy and Acute Stroke Therapy in Amsterdam and a RAISE Meeting on
Stroke Prevention in the United States.

WSC 2021 will bring you the latest science, clinical trials, and guidelines to stroke prevention,
treatment, rehabilitation, and support, from every part of the globe.

Preliminary program: https://worldstrokecongress.org/scientific-program/

Abstract submission is open until 9 June 2021.
During abstract submission you can also apply for a Young Investigator Award.

For more information, visit the Congress website: worldstrokecongress.org
Stay tuned for more exciting WSC 2021 updates!

Website: https://worldstrokecongress.org/
Additional Information: WSC 2021

16th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy)

It is with great pleasure to announce that the 16th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy) will take place in London, UK on March 24-27, 2022.
The CONy Congresses serve as an exclusive platform for international experts to discuss and compare experiences which focus on unresolved issues in neurology.

The congress will feature a first-class educational program with leading experts across all neurology specialties, such as Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Epilepsy, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke and more.

For more information, please visit our website: https://cony2022.comtecmed.com/