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1-3 March 2017 - Venue: Baltimore, Maryland, United States The program, covering all fields of intracranial haemorrhage, will provide learning opportunities for students, medical specialists and clinicians from all fields of endeavor, as well as world-class content for researchers and industry supporters.

May 4th – 6th , 2017 Zagreb, Croatia, EU The meeting will provide a state-of-the art coverage of current DBS practice and future directions in this region of Europe and in the world. The various topics will be covered by an international faculty of distinguished invited lecturers from London, Shanghai Grenoble, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Yale, Stockholm, Split, Rijeka and Zagreb

The event is aimed to Consultants, Registrars and SHOs in Neurosurgery and Neurology with an interest in the neuroanatomy of the mesial temporal lobe and its related networks as well as its implications in epilepsy surgery. Moreover Dr Thuret will show us the implications of hippocampal neurogenesis in mental health. Lectures: 3D Anatomy of the Mesial Temporal Lobe E.C. Ribas (Neurosurgeon - University of Sao Paulo, Brasil) Hippocampal architecture and connectivity in temporal lobe epilepsy E.Abela (King’s College London – Prof. M. Richardson Lab) Surgical treatment of epilepsy R. Selway (Consultant Neurosurgeon, King’s College Hospital) Generation of new neurons in the adult hippocampus: implication for mental health S. Thuret (Senior Lecturer – King’s College London) Venue: Chandos House, (Royal Society of Medicine) 2, Queen Anne St, Marylebone, London W1G 9LQ, UK

Kings College London
All Day
Endoscopy in Neurosurgery 17th – 19th May 2017 Endoscopy in Neurosurgery (EiN) is a course aimed at senior trainees and consultants wishing to embark on a neuro-endoscopic career or to advance their neuro-endoscopic skills. The course format consists of lectures, video sessions, live feeds, simulation and cadaveric work with a ratio of 2 candidates per station.

The Institute of Electrical Engineering (IET)
All Day
The Neuro Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society of Great Britain & Ireland (NACCS) Our aim is to cover most of your specialist educational needs in one conference with sessions covering: Best practice guidelines, Reducing complications, Controversies in Neuroanaesthesia & Critical Care, Training, Intravenous anaesthesia, Trauma resuscitation, Enhanced recovery, innovation and workshops. For more information please visit our website.

May 18th – 20th , 2017 Split, Croatia, EU The most important neurosurgical event in Croatia, organized every three years by the Croatian Neurosurgical Society in collaboration with another National neurosurgical association. This years partner is the Italian Society of Neurosurgery (SiNch). It covers all main fields in neurosurgery, with many world renowned guest speakers.

26-27 May 2017 British Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery (BSSFN) Meeting This will be a joint meeting with the UK DBS Network and a great opportunity for interdisciplinary discussion and collaboration Venue: Oxford

2-3 June 2017 Venue Gordon Museum & KCL Anatomy Dept, Guy’s Hospital Campus, London Brief description of event and who it is aimed at (no more than 50 words The Masterclass will include lectures on peripheral neuromodulation techniques and recent advances in spinal cord stimulation by a faculty of experts as well as hands-on training with the aid of fluoroscopy and ultrasound.

Venue: The Holiday Inn, Carburton Street, London W1W 5EE Improve understanding of the diagnosis and management of trigeminal neuralgia through interaction between sufferers of the condition and healthcare professionals. The conference aims to actively involve patients and healthcare professionals in workshops and plenary sessions with a multidisciplinary faculty. Suitable for any grade neurosurgeons. Accreditation has been obtained.

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