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Conference Title
The 5th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology
Conference Dates
29 Jun - 02 Jul 2019
Abstract Due Date
23 Jan 2019
Paper Due Date
Official Web Site
Norges Varemesse
Oslo, Norway    

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Welcome to Oslo
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to Oslo on the occasion of the 5th EAN Congress from 29 June to 2 July 2019.

Oslo is Norway’s largest city and one of Europe’s fastest-growing cities, with a population of 620,000. Half of Norway’s population lives less than 3 hours’ drive from Oslo harbor, and Oslo is quickly transforming into a cosmopolitan hub, with many of world-class museums, restaurants and art, but retains the relaxed atmosphere of a much smaller town. The compact city center is easily explored on foot or on bike, and an efficient public transport system makes the whole city accessible without a car.

Norway has longstanding traditions in neuroscience and clinical neurology. Oslo attained its first full clinical professorship in Neurology in 1895, possibly the second full chair of neurology in the world. Norway has a very active and dedicated Neurological association with more than 650 members, who will do what they can to make the congress and your stay a great success and a memorable event.

The overarching theme for the congress is “Neuroinflammation – Science, Synergies, Solutions”. The role of neuroinflammatory processes is currently a hot topic in both understanding neurological diseases and in developing new therapies for nervous system diseases. Differing aspects of neuroinflammation will be highlighted during the congress across a broad spectrum of events. Sessions will include teaching courses, focused workshops, high-quality symposia, named lectures and presentations highlighting the most recent scientific progress. This should allow participants an unrivalled opportunity to tailor their learning to ensure they have exposure to high quality learning experiences that are relevant to them and their practice.

The EAN and the Norwegian Neurological Association welcome you all to an exciting few days in Oslo and hope that the congress will be of benefit both for you and your patients. We also hope that you will enjoy the city, the fjord and its activities, the beautiful scenery, and of course our hospitality. No effort will be spared to make this congress a great success.

Tony Marson
Chair Programme Committee

Franz Fazekas
EAN President

Erik Taubøll
Chair Local Organising Committee

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