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http://www.isdn-conference.elsevier.com/index.html Neurodevelopment and Neurological diseases Welcome to Mumbai, India for an exciting and diverse programme that provides an opportunity to learn abo...

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Neurodevelopment and Neurological diseases

Welcome to Mumbai, India for an exciting and diverse programme that provides an opportunity to learn about the most recent advances in fundamental and disease-focused developmental neuroscience.

Topics list

Abstracts are invited for presentations on the following topics.

Adult neural stem cells - Symposia 

Circuit plasticity, formation and malformation – Symposia

Directed differentiation and reprogramming – Symposia      

Early life experience and Epigenetics – Symposia

Forebrain development – Symposia              

Neuronal migration – Symposia 

Neurulation and neural tube defects – Symposia

Polarity and symmetry – Symposia

Spinal cord and hindbrain: from development to function – Symposia

Neurodegenerative diseases – Plenary  

Glial development – Plenary   

Schizophrenia   

Evolution and Development       

Development of the limbic system – Plenary

Motor neuron development – Plenary 

 

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Managing Children with Cerebral Palsy: more than a movement disorder The course aims to provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to the assessment and management of multiple aspects of...

Managing Children with Cerebral Palsy: more than a movement disorder

The course aims to provide a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to the assessment and management of multiple aspects of cerebral palsy. 

Dates: Monday 5 March and Tuesday 6 March 2012

Who should attend? 

Paediatricians, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and physiotherapists and other professionals working with children in local health or education settings. The course may also be of interest to parents.

The course will include:

  • Epidemiology, aetiology, investigation guidelines
  • Classification frameworks and practical problem lists
  • Common and less common co-morbidities
  • Approaches to postural management
  • Orthopaedic intervention
  • Cerebral imaging
  • Assessment of functional visual skills
  • Practical assessment approaches to communication and cognition
  • Developments in technology for children with limited access skills


Provisional programme

Monday 5 March 2012


9.00 - 9.30           Registration

9.30 - 10.15         Session 1 – Phenotypic and Functional Classification

10.15 - 11.00       Session 2 – Epidemiology & Investigation

11.00 - 11.30       Refreshments

11.30 - 12.30       Session 3 – Common and less common co-morbidities

12.30 - 13.15       Session 4 – Dysphagia management

13.15 - 14.30       Lunch

14.30 - 15.00       Session 5 - Assessing vision for communication

15.00 - 15.45      Session 6 – Practical approaches to assessing communication and cognition

15.45 - 16.15      Refreshments

16.30 - 17.15      Session 7 – Illustrative Case History

Tuesday 6 March 2012


09.00 - 09.30      Registration

09.30 - 10.00      Session 1 – Postural Management 1

10.00 - 10.30      Session 2 – Postural Management 2

10.30 - 11.30      Session 3 – Orthopaedic Mx: When to call a surgeon and what will s/he do

11.30 - 12.00      Refreshments

12.00 - 13.00      Session  4 – Cerebral imaging and predicting outcome

13.00 - 14.15      Lunch

14.15 - 14.45      Session  5 – S/he uses a switch

14.45 - 15.30      Session 6 – Total Communication Systems (low-tech and hi-tech)

15.30 - 16.00      Refreshments

16.15 - 17.15      Session 7– Illustrative Case History

Stands displaying a range of assessment tools, orthoses and other tools to aid postural management, and posters containing material supplementing lecture topics will also be on display.

Location

UCL Institute of Child Health, London (map and directions)

Sponsors

Organisations are invited to sponsor and exhibit at this event. For further information please contact Claire Lister, 020 7905 2232, [email protected].

Fee    

Standard fee: £180
Early Bird discount fee (book before 20 January): £160

Registration

Download a registration form and return by post to ICH Events, UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH or by fax to 020 7831 6902.

Terms and conditions

Please see our cancellations policy for details of terms and conditions and information on cancellations. 
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This symposium will provide a contemporary account of research findings investigating early brain-behaviour relationships and prognostic indicators relevant to clinical practice. Experimental, clinica...

This symposium will provide a contemporary account of research findings investigating early brain-behaviour relationships and prognostic indicators relevant to clinical practice. Experimental, clinical and epidemiological techniques designed to assess the development of cognitive, emotional and social behaviour will be described. A host of leading international speakers will participate in this symposium in order to consider contemporary knowledge of the effects of genetics and the environment on neurocognitive development and prognostic indicators that can inform medical and psycho-social interventions.

Baby Brains Around the World Project: An International On-Line Conference

Dates: Website Open Between 23 April  - 4 June 2012

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As well as standard registration to attend the symposium in person it is now possible to register for ON-LINE ONLY access to the conference. The on-line Baby Brains project aims to widen communication & networking opportunities as far as possible for academics and practitioners across the globe interested in early human cognition and its developmental pathways. 

Lectures will be filmed and broadcast on the secure conference website by UCL Media Services.

On-line delegates will have electronic access to:

  • Live streaming and video files of lectures available to watch repeatedly until 4th June 2012.
  • Proceedings of the conference.
  • All lecture hand-outs.
  • All scientific posters.
  • Interactive delegate discussion forums.
  • Details of information from our sponsors.


N.B. Delegates who register to attend the conference in person will also have access to all aspects of the on-line conference until 4 June 2012.

 

Call for Abstracts for Posters

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  • Abstracts on any aspect of paediatric neuropsychology will be considered.
  • All accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement of Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology in April 2012 as part of the proceedings.
  • All posters will be displayed electronically in JPEG format on the conference website (available to delegates only). Delegates who register to attend the conference in person will also display on poster boards.
  • Each author may submit any number of abstracts.
  • Abstract submission deadline is Monday 9 January 2012

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Speakers and working titles:

Professor Jocelyne Bachevalier, Emory University, USA

  • Neuroanatomy of the developing social brain
  • Nonhuman primate models of infant memory development


Professor Tanya Byron, Edge Hill University, UK

  • The effects of the digital world on childrens' behavioural and emotional development


Professor Helen Cross, UCL Institute of Child Health, UK 

  • Outcomes following epilepsy in infancy


Dr. Naomi Dale, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust, UK

  • Outcomes following visual impairment in infancy


Dr. Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, INSERM-CEA, France

  • Nature and nurture in language acquisition: Anatomical and functional brain-imaging studies in infants


Professor Adele Diamond, The University of British Columbia, Canada

  • Biological processes in prevention and intervention
  • Development and functions of the frontal lobes in infancy


Professor Christopher Gillberg, University of Gothenburg, Sweden 

  • ESSENCE: Early Symptomatic Syndromes Eliciting Neurodevelopmental Clinical Examinations
  • Early indicators of social and attention disorders


Professor Paavo Leppänen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

  •  Early neurobiological predictors of developmental language-related disorders


Professor Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Birkbeck, University of London, UK

  • Nativism versus neuroconstructivism: Rethinking the study of developmental disorders


Professor Mark Johnson, Birkbeck, University of London, UK   (* awaiting permission to broadcast on-line)

  • Development of the social brain in infancy


Professor Neil Marlow, University College London, UK 

  • Preterm birth: Neurocognitive and psychiatric outcomes


Dr Debbie Mills, Bangor University, UK (* awaiting permission to broadcast on-line)

  • Early word learning and the developing brain

Professor Charles A. Nelson, Harvard Medical School, USA

  • The effects of early institutionalisation on social behaviour and underlying neural correlates
  •  A cognitive neuroscience approach to infant memory development

Sponsorship opportunities:

For sponsorship details please contact Claire Lister

For Previous Sponsors click here 

 

 

Fees & Dates

  Early Bird Registration  Standard Registration
ICH London attendance & on-line access £695 (until 16 January 2012) £895 (until places are full)
On-Line access ONLY
(no ICH London attendance)
£199 (until 16 January 2012) £250 (*closes on 23 March 2012) 

Please note we are closing the registration for on-line only access on 23 March 2012 to ensure all delegates are set-up on the UCL electronic system with usernames and passwords.

ICH/GOSH internal staff, ICH MSc Paediatric Neuropsychology Alumni and current post-graduate students in full-time courses can apply for a limited number of special discounted rates for the ICH London registration via Claire Lister

Registration form here

Symposium Directors: Dr Michelle De Haan & Dr Peter Rankin 

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The Joint 12th International Child Neurology Congress & 11th Asian and Oceanian Congress of Child Neurology (ICNC/AOCCN 2012) is being held in Brisbane from 27th May to 1st June 2012. These Joint Cong... The Joint 12th International Child Neurology Congress & 11th Asian and Oceanian Congress of Child Neurology (ICNC/AOCCN 2012) is being held in Brisbane from 27th May to 1st June 2012. These Joint Congresses are as a result of an exciting collaboration between the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), the Asian and Oceanian Child Neurology Association (AOCNA) and the Australia and New Z
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This Convention will deal with updates on diagnostics and treatment of neurologic diseases in childhood.  Please contact us at [email protected] for details.  Thank you.

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The worldwide recognition of Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME), or Janz Syndrome, has created confusion about the criteria, treatment in the different age groups, and lifestyle recommendations. Patien...

The worldwide recognition of Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME), or Janz Syndrome, has created confusion about the criteria, treatment in the different age groups, and lifestyle recommendations. Patients with JME still face suboptimal management.

In the past five years many studies in JME patients have provided new insights, which will be addressed in the International Conference on JME held at the Bel Air Hotel, The Hague, The Netherlands on October 26th - 28th 2012

When you attend, you will gain:

  • A better understanding of the multiple genetic factors involved
  • More knowledge of the complex clinical phenotype which includes neuropsychological and psychiatric elements
  • More knowledge about circadian mechanisms and interaction with the environment
  • New concepts about the relationship between JME and other forms of epilepsies
  • A better understanding of the long-term evolution
  • Insights into new therapeutic strategies
Your questions and case histories can be discussed with the distinguished faculty as well as with the 'father' of JME: Prof Dr Dieter Janz from Berlin, Germany.
Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission deadline: July 20th 2012

The conference welcomes submissions on all JME topics, including but not limited to:

- JME and treatment
- JME and provocative factors
- JME in families
- JME and behavior
- JME and EEG

For more information please visit: www.juvenile-myoclonic-epilepsy.com

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18th Mediterranean and Pan Arab Child Neurology Congress In Collaboration with: The Egyptian Society of Child Neuropsychiatry (ESCNP) Recent Advances in Pediatric & Adolescent Neuro-psychiatry April... 18th Mediterranean and Pan Arab Child Neurology Congress In Collaboration with: The Egyptian Society of Child Neuropsychiatry (ESCNP)
Recent Advances in Pediatric & Adolescent Neuro-psychiatry
April 17-18, 2013
Hilton Green Plaza Alexandria Egypt
Abstracts- Please sent as word document size A4 with Font(Arial) size 12 to [email protected] Deadline for abstract submission 15/02/2013
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Date:May 30- June 1, 2013

Venue: iichiko Culture Center, Oita Oasis Tower Hotel,Oita,Japan

President: Tatsuro Izumi (Oita University)

http://child-neuro-jp.org/english/Future.html

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Registration for the 30th International Epilepsy Congress will open in September.

For more details visit http://epilepsymontreal2012.hc2.webtrade.ie/

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Congresso Nazionale Interosocietario delle sezioni di riabilitazione infantile SIMFER - SINPIA - Brindisi, 3 - 4 - 5 Ottobre 2013 Primo annuncio: NUOVE STRATEGIE NELLA RIABILITAZIONE IN ETÀ EVOLU... Congresso Nazionale Interosocietario delle sezioni di riabilitazione infantile SIMFER - SINPIA - Brindisi, 3 - 4 - 5 Ottobre 2013
Primo annuncio:

NUOVE STRATEGIE NELLA RIABILITAZIONE IN ETÀ EVOLUTIVA: dalle neuroscienze alla pratica clinica
Come la ricerca e le tecnologie biomediche stanno cambiando i percorsi terapeutico-riabilitativi.

Per Informazioni
Dott. Antonio Trabacca - UOC di Neuroriabilitazione 1 – I.R.C.C.S. “E. Medea” – Brindisi - [email protected]
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Autism In Africa, 3-5th April 2014 Accra , Ghana Oak Plaza Hotel, Accra. see http://icnapedia.org/autism-in-africa

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The 13th. International Child Neurology Congress will be held in the city of Foz do Iguaçu (Iguazú River Mouth), Brazil, from  4 to 9 May 2014. This is the second time that an ICNC is held in Latin Am...

The 13th. International Child Neurology Congress will be held in the city of Foz do Iguaçu (Iguazú River Mouth), Brazil, from  4 to 9 May 2014. This is the second time that an ICNC is held in Latin America the first one being in Buenos Aires, Argentina,  in 1992.

visit the congress website at http://icnc2014.com

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The Sudanese Association of Paediatricians in association with the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), the African Child Neurology Association (ACNA) and the Sudanese Society of Neurosci...

The Sudanese Association of Paediatricians in association with the International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), the African Child Neurology Association (ACNA) and the Sudanese Society of Neuroscience is happy to announce the ICNA educational meeting to be held in Khartoum, Sudan from 28-30 January 2015. The meeting will be held under the kind patronage of His Excellency the Khartoum State Minister of Health. The scientific programme comprising of plenary lectures and workshops. A Nile cruise and trip to the pyramids are also planned as part of the social programme.

http://www.icnapedia.org/explore/articles/announcements/entry/2014/10/01/icna-child-neurology-educational-meeting-in-khartoum-sudan-khartoum

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The 11th Pan Arab Child Neurology Conference (PACNA) in collaboration with 19th Annual Conference of Egyptian Society of Child Neuro-Psychiatry (ESCNP) & International Child Neurology Association (ICN...

The 11th Pan Arab Child Neurology Conference (PACNA) in collaboration with 19th Annual Conference of Egyptian Society of Child Neuro-Psychiatry (ESCNP) & International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), African Child Neurology Association ( ACNA ) and Both Saudi Epilepsy Society & Saudi Pediatric Neurology Society and 3rd Alexandria Pediatric Neurology Dept. will be held in Palestine Hotel, Alexandria, Egypt from April 1 - 3, 2015
http://www.icnapedia.org/explore/articles/announcements/entry/2014/10/01/11th-pan-arab-child-neurology-conference-pacna

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First ICNA-CNS Central American Pediatric Neurology Meeting. Tegucigalpa, Honduras. September 24 and 25th-2015 (Primer Congreso Centroamericano organizado por la asociación de Neurología Pediátrica Internacional (ICNA), la Sociedad de Neurología Pediátrica de U.S.A. (CNS) y la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras. Septiembre 24 y 25 del 2015. ).


This meeting is organized by the Child Neurology Society (CNS) and International Child Neurology Association (ICNA) in collaboration with “Universidad National Autónoma de Honduras (UNAH)”.


Panel of speakers:

 

D. Kenton Holden. Professor of Neurosciences and Pediatrics at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSK).

 

Dr. Robert Rust. Professor of Pediatric Neurology, University of Virginia.

 

Dr. Debabrata Ghosh. Director, Movement Disorder Clinic and   Associate Professor at Nationwide Children’s Hospital - The Ohio State University.

 

Dr. Marco Tulio Medina. Director of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) for Latin American, Chair of the International League against Epilepsy for Latin America and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the National University of Honduras (UNAH).

 

Dr. Jose Antonio Samra. Co-Director of the Pediatric Department at the National University of Honduras (UNAH).

 

Dr. Angel Hernandez. Chief of Neurology, Director, Department for Magneto- Encephalography  and Co-Director for The Jane y John Justin Neurosciences Center, Cook Children Health Care System Fort Worth.

 

Dr. Jorge Vidaurre. Chair of the International Committee, Child Neurology Society. Director, Pediatric Clinical Neurophysiology Program and EEG laboratory at Nationwide Children’s Hospital-The Ohio State University.

 

Organizer committee:

 

1.      Dr. Marco Tulio Medina (Honduras)

2.      Dr. Hebel Oziel Urquia Ozorio (Honduras)

3.      Dr. Rene Silva ( El Salvador)

4.      Dr. Ken Holden (USA)

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5.      Dr. Jorge Vidaurre (USA)

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This year’s DSUK Professional & Family Conference will be held on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th November at the Tower Hotel St Katherine’s Way, London E1W.The first day will be our inaugural Professiona...

This year’s DSUK Professional & Family Conference will be held on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th November at the Tower Hotel St Katherine’s Way, London E1W.

The first day will be our inaugural Professional Conference and marks a landmark in our commitment to education and raising awareness among neurologists, epilepsy nurses, researchers and other professionals. This is the only event of its type in the UK and we are confident of its positive impact on all those affected by Dravet Syndrome.

View Professional Day Agenda

Saturday’s Conference is open to all families and will be rounded off by a DSUK party, including a disco and complimentary buffet.

View Family Day Agenda

Please book your places online here. If you require any further information, please email [email protected]

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http://pednevro.pedkl.si/vesti/2015/09/workshop-on-childhood-dystonia/GENERAL INFORMATION LOCAL ORGANISATION AND REGISTRATION Address: David Neubauer Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana Chai...

http://pednevro.pedkl.si/vesti/2015/09/workshop-on-childhood-dystonia/

GENERAL INFORMATION

LOCAL ORGANISATION AND REGISTRATION

Address:
David Neubauer
Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana
Chair of Paediatrics
Postgraduate Course on Child & Developmental Neurology
Tel: + 386 5229231 

Fax: + 386 5224070

E-mail: [email protected]

Secretary: Ms. Branka Kenda

Tel: + 386 5229226

Fax: + 386 5224070

E-mail: [email protected]

W: http://pednevro.pedkl.si/vesti/2015/03/iii-podiplomski-tecaj-otroske-nevrologije-pton-iii/

VENUES

Day 1 (February 12, 2016) Grand Hotel Union, Miklošičeva 1, Ljubljana, SI

Day 2 (February 13, 2016) University Rehabilitation Institute, Linhartova 51, Ljubljana, SI

Registration fee:

100 Eur

Address: Medical Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Vrazov trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana

PTON III

Bank account: SI5601100-6030708380, VAT No:44752385

For Slovenia: 01100-6030708380 (sklic 230-019-15)Davčna: 44752385

ACCOMODATION

The information will follow soon.

GUEST SPEAKERS:

LOCAL ORGANISATION AND REGISTRATION

Jean-Pierre Lin

Evelina Children’s Hospital

London, UK

Vlatka Mejaški-Bošnjak 

University of Zagreb, School of Medicine

Zagreb, Croatia

Mojca Žerjav-Tanšek 

University Medical Centre

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Hermina Damjan 

University Institute of Rehabilitation

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Katja Groleger Sršen 

University Institute of Rehabilitation

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Programme 
Friday, February 12, 2016 
GRAND HOTEL UNION, Silver Saloon, Miklošičeva 1, Ljubljana, Slovenia 
08.30 – 09.00 registration 
09.00 – 09.45 

The impact and prognosis of dystonia in childhood

[Lin]

09.45 – 10.00 discussion

10.00 – 10.45 

Congenital CMV infection – a common cause of disability

[Mejaški-Bošnjak]

10.45 – 11.30 discussion and coffe break

11.30 – 12.30 

Inborn erorrs of metabolism presenting with dystonia

[Žerjav – Tanšek]

12.30 – 12.45 discussion

13.00 – 14.30 Break for lunch 
14.30 – 15.30 

Management of status dystonicus and sever dystonia/spasticity

[Lin]

15.30 – 15.45 discussion

15.45 – 15.30 

Scoring systems and questionaires for evaluating dystonia

[Groleger – Sršen]

15.30 – 16.15 discussion and coffee break

16.15 – 17.15 

Dystonia – therapeutic considerations

[Lin]

17.15 – 19.00 discussions and get together

Saturday, February 13, 2016 
University Institute of Rehabilitation, Linhartova 51, Ljubljana (main lecture room) 
08.30 – 09.00 

Short presentation of the paediatric part of the institute

[Damjan]

09.00 – 09.45 

Dyskinetic cerebral palsy

[Damjan]

09.45 – 10.30 discussion and coffee break

10.30 – 12.00 

Current advances in paediatric movement disorders and video presentations

[Lin]

12.00 – 12.15 discussion

12.15 – 13.30 

Presentations of difficult cases from Slovenia and discussion on therapeutic possibilities

14.00 End of Workshop
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This year pediatric neurologists from all over the world gather in Amsterdam for ICNC 2016. Amsterdam has a long tradition in research on neurometabolic disorders. Pediatric neurologists with an inter...

This year pediatric neurologists from all over the world gather in Amsterdam for ICNC 2016. Amsterdam has a long tradition in research on neurometabolic disorders. Pediatric neurologists with an interest in metabolic disease should also consider the symposium “Organelles and Neurometabolic Disease: a practical approach”, April 30th, prior to the start of ICNC 2016.

Program is available here and registration is available through this link: https://amc.congrezzo.nl/satellite/registration

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Bridging worlds: child neurology from a global perspective A  Dutch View: 14th International Child Neurology Congress,  May 1-5,  2016   It is with great pleasure that we invite the world&...

Bridging worlds: child neurology from a global perspective


A  Dutch View: 14th International Child Neurology Congress, 


May 1-5,  2016  


It is with great pleasure that we invite the world’s pediatric neurologists, trainees, nurses, technicians, dieticians, speech therapists, physical therapists, and other (paramedic) specialists to attend the 14th International Child Neurology Congress from May 1-5, 2016 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 


 


As local organizing committee, we represent  the Dutch Society of Pediatric Neurology (NVKN). The organization of this congress is strongly supported by its members. Since its foundation in 1975, our society has continuously been active and has flourished. With a primary background in either adult neurology or pediatrics, Dutch pediatric neurologists are united in one society and form a well-trained and skilled group of colleagues. Our society aims to maintain the highest national standard for the care of all pediatric patients with neurological disorders, in close collaboration with our colleagues in neurology, pediatrics, genetics and rehabilitative medicine, among others. 


 


In addition, the society aims to facilitate national and international pediatric neurology research. Furthermore, training in child neurology is considered of major importance.  Dutch pediatric neurologists have been traditionally active in ICNA:  Jacobus Willemse is one of the founding fathers of the ICNA, Ritske Le Coultre was the third ICNA president 1975-1979 and recently Michel Willemsen was elected as ICNA board member.   


 


Please mark your calendar! 


 


We look forward to welcoming you all in the beautiful city of Amsterdam for the  14th ICNC from May 1 – 5th 2016. 


 


On behalf of the local organizing committee:


 


Kees Braun


Coriene Catsman-Berrevoets


Lilian Sie


Michel Willemsen
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DATE: Monday 2nd May 2016
TIME: 15h30 – 17h00
VENUE: Room E001

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