From Genome to Precision Medicine in Paediatric Movement Disorders 5 bursaries of 100 Euros each available! https://sites.google.com/view/permedpediamovementdisorders All applicants must express their interest before 31 October 2018 by writing to the SENEP secretary (Mrs. María-José Matute) at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the European Paediatric Neurology Society
With more than 1,300 members, the EPNS is a thriving and growing society which continues to play an important role in and beyond Europe by promoting training, clinical care and scientific research in the field of Paediatric Neurology.
Ukrainian – Bavarian Symposium: 20-22 September 2018. 20-22.10.2018 XII Ukrainian –Bavarian Symposium had been held in Kropyvnytskiy, Ukraine. Approximately 250 participants attended the meeting. They were paediatric neurologists, psychiatrists, neonatologists, pediatritians, orthopedists, psychologists, rehabilitologists from different parts of Ukraine. The Symposium covered different topics such main concepts of medical-social rehabilitation, possible ways of reorganization of…
3th EPNS Congress: 18-21 September 2019, Athens, Greece Now open: registration, bursary application period and call for abstracts. Now available: preliminary scientific programme. Read the latest newsletter: http://EPNS 2019 Congress – Newsletter Vol. 1: Save the Date Visit http://www.epns2019.org Read the latest newsletter:
Movement Disorder Working Group Programme: EPNS Research Meeting 2018 movement disorders working group programme We are pleased to advise that we have a sufficient number of presentations and we the programme is now finalised. Participants are still of course welcome to register to join our Movement Disorders Working Group, however we cannot take any more presentation…
Paediatric Stroke Working Group Preliminary pogramme: EPNS Research Meeting 2018 Stroke working group preliminary programme We are very happy to invite you to the 2nd meeting of the Paediatric Stroke Working Group. After providing an overview of current literature, we`ll be happy to learn more about your research projects (ongoing or planned) and discuss possibilities for…
Neurometabolic Working Group To see the programme, click here: EPNS Research Meeting 2018 Neurometabolic working group programme.docx We have a sufficient number of presentations however participants are still welcome to register to attend this Working Group. Chairs: Linda de Meirleir and Barbara Plecko
Our new EPNS President for the term 2018 – 2022: congratulation to
Professor Sameer Zuberi!
EPNS Board 2018-2022: congratulations to all!
New EPNS appointments:
- Prof Sameer Zuberi, EPNS President
- Prof Michel Willemsen, EPNS Treasurer
- Prof Dana Craiu, EPNS Secretary
- Dr Rob Forsyth, EPNS Secretary
- Prof Barbara Plecko, Chair of Scientific and Research committee
- Ass Prof Coriene Catsman-Berrevoets, Chair of Education and Training committee
- Prof Florian Heinen, Chair Finance Committee
- Prof Finbar O’Callaghan, Chair of Public Relations, Membership and Website committee
- Prof Francisco Carratala, Webmaster
EPNS Research Meeting 2018: Alicante WORKING GROUPS
Participants attend 2 out of the 8 different working groups, i.e. one from each of the two blocks of four (subject to availability). Participants are encouraged to participate actively, including presenting research projects. Working group Chairs should be contacted directly to make arrangements for presentations. Please note that a number Working Groups already have a sufficient number of presentations, but participants are still welcome (subject to availability). More details and email addresses can be found on the EPNS website which will be updated when more programmes and information are available https://www.epns.info/epns-research-meeting-2018/
EPNS Congress 2019
Paediatric Neurology and Rare Diseases: Genetics & Environment, Progression & Transition
• On-line Registration opens: 15 June 2018
• On-line Abstract submission opens: 17 September 2018
• Abstract submission deadline: 4 February 2019
• Notification to authors: 15 March 2019
• Early Registration deadline: 14 April 2019
• Late Registration deadline: 8 September 2019
This Newsletter of the EPNS reproduces below the final draft of the Constitution and Bylaws of the EPNS, which will be presented to the members of the EPNS for ratification at the business meeting during the 3rd congress in Nice, 7-10 November 1999. The Executive Board and the Bylaw Committee of the EPNS look forward…
EPNS Research Meeting 2018: Alicante: Research Prizes
EPNS Annual Report 2017
It is with great pleasure that the EPNS Board presents the 2nd EPNS Annual Report providing a comprehensive overview of the activities of the Society during 2017. The Annual Report serves to communicate our accomplishments and on-going activities to all members of the EPNS.
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Research and Science
The main role of the EPNS Research and Scientific Committee is to advise on the scientific programme of the EPNS congress which is held biennially. In addition they provide guidance for symposia or sessions organised, or co-organised, by the EPNS within scientific meetings of other societies. Another important activity of the EPNS Research and Scientific Committee is the development of a European Research Conference in Paediatric Neurology, held every two years.
Honorary membership is for persons who the society wishes to honour for outstanding distinction in the field of paediatric neurology. Honorary membership is the highest honour which the EPNS can give and it recognises an exceptional contribution at international level to the field of paediatric neurology.
Education & Training
The EPNS has a programme of training courses to offer fellows and (young) paediatric neurologists the opportunity to learn paediatric neurology at a level prescribed by the Syllabus of the EPNS, to meet experts in the field and to exchange knowledge and personal experience. These are two-day courses at a location that can be easily reached at a relatively low cost. There will be a written examination at the end of the course. Because of the interactive character of the course, there is an upper limit of around 75 participants.