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Is autism a treatable disorder


Dear friends,  It is my pleasure to invite you to attend an International Symposium on "Is autism a treatable disorder"?. This satellite meeting for the ICNC 2016 will be held in Rome on April 29th 2016.  The aim of this Symposium is to allow basic neuroscientists working on autism research and clinicians to meet together and discuss new advances in biologically based treatments of autism spectrum disorders. The Symposium will review recent progresses on molecular understanding of path...
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Hanneke de Boer (1946 – 2015)


It is with great sadness that the ICNA announce the death of Hanneke de Boer a great advocate for epilepsy not only in her native Netherlands, but all across the world. Hanneke had dedicated her entire professional life was dedicated towards improving the lives of people with epilepsy.  Hanneke began her professional life as a vocational consultant at Stichting Epilepsie Instellingen Nederland (SEIN) in Heemstede, the Netherlands in 1965 and would continue to work there till the end. In her...
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Professor Paolo Curatolo receives Manuel Gomez Award 2015

​The ICNA congratulates Professor Paolo Curatolo on receiving the  Manuel Gomez Award 2015 from the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance (TSA). This prestigious award has been given in honour of his pioneering efforts in improving the understanding and treatment of Tuberous Sclerosis. The award was given at the International Tuberous Sclerosis Conference held in Windsor, United Kingdom in September 2015. Professor Paolo Curatolo is currently the  Director, Pediatric Neurosci...
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Neuroscience Society of Nigeria (NSN) ABUAD 2015

The 13th Nigeria Society of Neuroscience (NSN) Conference will be held in AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY ADO EKITI (ABUAD) in from 11-14 November 2015. The theme of the conference is "Nervous system disorders: African Challenge".

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Applications open for IBRO-UCT African Advanced School on Epilepsy

IBRO-UCT African Advanced School on Epilepsy Cape Town, South Africa December 2 - 16, 2015 Organizer: Prof. Dirk Lang (University of Cape Town). Aims and Scope of the School This advanced school aims to provide advanced research training in both clinical and basic aspects of epilepsy. Description The main objective of the IBRO Advanced School on Epilepsy is to provide a platform for junior researchers, postdoctoral fellows and senior PhD students to gain knowledge and experience in the use of advanced neuroscience techniques in clinical diagnosis and electrophysiology. The aim is also to promote collaboration across the continent of Africa...
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