Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Clinical Fellowship 2020

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*Topics for CF host-departments - only these topics can be chosen from


1. Ageing and dementia

2. Autonomic nervous system

3. Cerebrovascular diseases

4. Clinical neurophysiology

5. Cognitive neurology/neuropsychology

6. Critical care and emergency neurology

7. Epilepsy

8. Headache

9. Infections

10. Motor neuron diseases

11. Movement disorders

12. MS and related disorders

13. Muscle and neuromuscular junction disease

14. Neuroepidemiology

15. Neurogenetics

16. Neuroimaging

17. Neuroimmunology and neuroinflammation

18. Neurological manifestations of systemic diseases

19. Neuro-oncology

20. Neuro-ophthalmology

21. Neuro-otology and vertigo

22. Neurorehabilitation

23. Neurotoxicology/occupational neurology

24. Peripheral nerve disorders

25. Sleep disorders

Pentru detalii suplimentare va rugam sa il contactati pe domnul Prof. Univ. Dr. Ovidiu Bajenaru, Directorul de Departament de Neuroștiințe Clinice al UMF “Carol Davila” la adresa de e-mail a SNR sau la telefon de contact 0213180502

PROGRAMUL CELUI DE AL XVII –LEA CONGRES NATIONAL AL SOCIETATII DE NEUROLOGIE DIN ROMANIA CU PARTICIPARE INTERNATIONALA – SIMPOZIONUL DANUBIAN DE NEUROLOGIE, BUCURESTI, 2019 (2)

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PROGRAMUL CELUI DE AL XVII –LEA  CONGRES NATIONAL AL SOCIETATII DE NEUROLOGIE DIN ROMANIA CU PARTICIPARE INTERNATIONALA – SIMPOZIONUL DANUBIAN DE NEUROLOGIE, BUCURESTI, 2019

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Atypical Parkinsonian Syndromes - Munich, Germany, May 17-18, 2019

Munich APS
Atypical Parkinsonian Syndromes
Course Directors: 
 
Günter Höglinger, DZNE / TUM Munich, Germany
 
Gregor Wenning, University Innsbruck, Austria
 
Munich APSCourse Description 
Atypical parkinsonian syndromes are a group of hypokinetic neurodegenerative diseases other than Parkinson's disease. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), Multiple System Atrophy (MSA)
and Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB) are the most prominent representatives of this group.
 
Movement Disorder specialists require specific expertise and skills for adequate medical care for patients with atypical parkinsonian syndromes. International research efforts make atypical parkinsonian syndromes particularly attractive for young neurologists.
This course is designed to provide young neurologists and future experts in Movement Disorders the essential knowledge and skills required for qualified medical care and high end research in atypical parkinsonian syndromes.

Participants will attend lectures presenting the different disease entities, followed by clinical skills lectures focusing on the clinical identification specific signs and symptoms.


Participants will then have the opportunity to examine individual patients with atypical parkinsonian syndromes. There will be plenty of opportunities to engage in a constructive discussions with the international experts. Attendees are also encouraged to bring own case-study videos and discuss them with faculty.

A working knowledge of English is required.
Travel Bursary Application Deadline
The deadline to apply for a travel bursary is March 1, 2019.
Recommended Audience
This course is intended for young neurologists with an expertise in movement disorders.
More Information
Please visit the course webpage for more information about the location, faculty and full course program.
International Secretariat
For questions, please contact or +1 (414) 276-2145.
International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS)
555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100 | Milwaukee, WI 53202-3823 USA

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INTERNATIONAL BEHAVIOURAL NEUROLOGY VIDEOCONFERENCE ROUNDS

If some Romanian collegues would like to receive weekly notices about the rounds, along with the link to register and connect (as in the attached), they should contact my administrative support secretary Sandy Penwarden at with a copy to me () and provide a contact name and email address, and we will add them to our distribution list. 

There is no cost to register and participate in the rounds. The goal is to share knowledge in behavioural neurology across The World