After a very successful congress in Amsterdam with more than 6000 participants, the EAN Editors-in-Chief, Elena Moro and Tim von Oertzen interviewed the two people responsible for the organisation of the congress, Prof. Paul Boon, Chair of the EAN Programme Committee, and Prof. Bernard Uitdehaag, Chair of the Local Organising Committee.
For the first time, the EAN congress had an overarching theme, that connected the 4 congress-days: “Outcome measures in neurology”.
For the 4th EAN congress in Lisbon 2018, the overarching theme will be: “Neurogenetics – unravelling hidden diseases”.
Content produced and shared with kind authorisation of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN). Filmed at the 3rd Congress of the EAN, Amsterdam, June 2017.
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