Data from Pharmawand - Curated by EPG Health - Date added 30 August 2019

The European Paediatric Neurology Society will hold its annual congress in Greece, Athens, from the 17 to 21 September 2019.

The scientific program contains a full range of learning activities including multidisciplinary sessions, symposia, collaborative sessions, industry satellite symposia and collaborative sessions. Invited speakers include: Prof. Alexis Arzimanoglou, Prof. Linda de Vries, Dr. Robin Lachmann and Prof.Dr. Kees P.J. Braun.

Sessions and posters include: Neonatal neurology; Congenital myasthenia, Neuromuscular and neurogenetics; Movement disorders; Genetics; Metabolic disorders; Epilepsy: Medical and surgical treatment, neuro-oncology, Neuropsychiatry.

As a separate meeting, the 3rd EPNS Neuromodulation Symposium will also take place a day earlier to the main Congress, from the 16 to 17 September, organised by Dr. Jean-Pierre Lin.

Full details of EPNS 2019 can be found here.

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