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.
There are less than 4 months left to the International Headache Congress 2021 this September. Check out the following news to be up to date.
Early bird registration You have two more weeks to take advantage of the early bird registration fee, which expires on 3 June 2021. Be part of the IHC 2021 and join the many participants from all over the world who have already registered at the reduced rates.
Special features There is a new, interactive segment on our congress website, which might be interesting for you. Check out special features such as polls, world clouds, videos, podcast and take our quiz to win a free registration for the IHC 21!
Until the end of the week Marlen will send again the current status of all activities regarding the industrial partners.
Procedure of the digital congress
Enclosed we send a short informative outline of the running and organisation of the digital congress especially in which way the individual sessions will be realised digitally, to give you a brief theoretical insight. We are currently examining how and when a test run can take place, also for the general meeting.
Greetings from the Tropical and Geographical Neurology Specialty Group of World Federation of Neurology .
Neuroinfections form a large group of disorders commonly seen by neurologists as well as physicians. Old, new and emerging infections, their patterns of presentations, imaging features as well as therapies pose challenges in practice. There are not many meetings which address these issues.
Therefore, TGNSG in collaboration with FINE is organizing Webinar series on Neuroinfection on every Saturday from 18Th July.
Please forward this information to others in the country .
We will appreciate if your colleagues or students present the cases and review that topic during the series and participate in the program. We desire that peculiar and interesting disorders in your country should be known to others.