Dates | 22 - 25 March 2018
Venue | Warsaw, Poland
Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are proud to announce that the 10th anniversary World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy) will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, in March 17-20, 2016.
In recent years the field of neurology has witnessed enormous expansion in clinical and basic data. Conferences are more informative but there is often only limited time for thorough discussion.
Consequently a gap appears between the expansion of knowledge and its dissemination and use. CONy provides a platform for international experts to discuss and compare experiences. CONy enables participants to discuss and debate unresolved issues with leading world experts.
The Congress aims at providing the most available relevant data armoring the clinician with reliable, up-to-date scientific information, helping in everyday patient care. As in the previous CONy Congresses, there are a number of sponsorship opportunities available, including industry-sponsored activities.
In addition, we would be happy to tailor a sponsorship package to your specific needs.
We cordially invite you to join us in the beautiful city of Lisbon For more info view LINK
Dates | 26-28 March 2015
Venue | InterContinental, Budapest, Hungary
SESSION | REHABILITATION
Chairs: Katalin Jakab, Hungary; Dafin Muresanu, Romania
Dates | 8-11 May 2014
Venue | Hilton Hotel, Berlin, Germany
SESSION | Rehabilitation
Chairpersons: Peter Feldschreiber, UK; Alla Guekht, Russia
Dates | 11-14 April 2013
Venue | Swissotel The Bosphorus, Istanbul, Turkey
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF NEUROPROTECTION AND NEUROPLASTICITY (SSNN) 15:00-16:30
Chairpersons: D. Muresanu, Romania
Date | 8-11 March 2012
Venue | Hilton Hotel, Vienna, Austria
SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF NEUROPROTECTION AND NEUROPLASTICITY (SSNN) 15:00-17:00
Chairpersons: Natan Bornstein, Israel; Dafin Muresanu, Romania
Dates | 13-16 October 2011
Venue | China World Hotel, Beijing, China
SESSION | NEUROREGENERATION AND NEURORECOVERY
Symposium of the Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity
Chairpersons: Amos Korczyn, Israel; Dafin Muresanu, Romania
Dates | 28 – 31 October 2010
Venue | Palau de Congressos de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Session | PRESENT AND FUTURE IN "NEUROPROTECTION" RELATED CONCEPTS AND CLINICAL CONSEQUENCES
(Partially supported by an unrestricted grant from the Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity)
Capsule: The more we deepen our understanding about brain biology and brain-mind interface, the better we realize that we have to readapt all our paradigms to reality. The old concept, that neuroprotection means suppressing pathophysiological processes and the idea that a single mechanism molecule might be effective in clinical practice are obsolete today. This represents the root cause of failure
Chairpersons: L. Caplan, USA; M. Seijo, Spain
Dates | 8-11 October 2009
Venue | Clarion Congress Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic
SESSION | CONTROVERSIES IN NEUROREHABILITATION
Sponsored by an unrestricted grant from The Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity
Capsule: Neurorehabilitation is our precious effort towards recovery. It is still unclear how we will get the best of our clinical endeavors. Also, we still have to decide if we listen to intelligent molecules wisdom or to fascinating new technologies or even combine them sometimes.
Chairpersons: D. Muresanu, Romania; O. Svestkova, Czech Republic
Dates | 13-26 October 2008
Venue | Hilton Hotel, Athens, Greece
Satellite Symposium: NEUROPROTECTION AND NEUROPLASTICITY
Sponsored by the Society for the Study of Neuroprotection and Neuroplasicity
Capsule: One of the important issues in neurology is the protection of neurons. Several studies have failed to identify helpful treatments. Why and how can these difficulties be overcome?
Chairpersons: N.M. Bornstein, Israel & D. Muresanu, Romania
Date | 6-9 September 2007
Venue | Berlin
Session | Neuroprotection and Neuroplasticity
Sponsored by SSNN
Capsule: One of the important issues in stroke therapy is the protection of neurons in the penumbra region. Several Studies have failed to identify treatments which could help. Why and how to overcome these difficulties?
Chairpersons: A. Ludolph, Germany; L. Vecsei, Hungary