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Kuupäev(ad) - 28/05/2016 - 31/05/2016
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EAN Copenhagen

 

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the European Academy of Neurology and the Danish Society of Neurology, we are pleased to invite you to the 2nd Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) taking place in Copenhagen from May 28 – 31, 2016.

The first highly successful meeting of the EAN in Berlin left us valuable experiences that have been used to optimize our second annual meeting. You will meet innovations in the teaching courses and the programme outline. EAN has instituted three named lectures (Romberg, Golgi and Brown-Séquard), which will be presented for the first time during the presidential symposium. The congress will certainly also cover all the well-established formats for scientific exchange. The Copenhagen Bella Center has outstanding facilities for lectures, small group teaching courses, exhibition and for scientific exchange, but also enough space for meeting colleagues and making new friends.

Denmark is renowned for the Little Mermaid, Hans Christian Andersen, Niels Bohr and Danish design. Today however, the “New Nordic Cuisine” as well as TV series like ”Borgen” and ”The Bridge” have taken over as ”Danish Trademarks”. Landing at Copenhagen airport, you will have a wonderful view of “The Bridge” and on the ground again, you may visit “Borgen”, the Danish Parliament. In between is the newly modernised Bella Center, the venue of EAN 2016, with easy and fast transfer to both the city centre and the airport. The coastal area of southern Sweden – with the important cities of Malmø and Lund – is developing into one metropolitan area with Copenhagen, and thousands of citizens of both nationalities commute over the bridge every day. Copenhagen is one of the most vivid cities in northern Europe.

At the EAN congress 2016 you will interact with your European network, you will be absorbed in Academia, and you will be thrilled by Neurology.

Come and join us in Copenhagen in 2016!