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The SBNS Autumn Meeting 24-27 September 2024, will be hosted by our SBNS Colleagues at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. The event will be held at Edgbaston Stadium and Events just outside the city. It is the home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club and the Birmingham Bears, but it also has excellent conference and exhibition facilities. VENUEEdgbaston Cricket Stadium Edgbaston Stadium and Events INVITED GUEST SOCIETYBelgian Society of Neurosurgery SUB-SPECIALTY GROUPThe British Neuro Oncology Society will be joining the meeting and  hosting a Neuro Oncology Meeting on 24th September at the conference venue – all welcome to attend. ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONVia Birmingham conference webpage on the SBNS website  www.sbns.org.ukLines close 5 June 2024To find out more and to submit an abstract click hereClick here to download our flyer 

25. – 28. September 2024
Rotterdam

The 6th Congress of the Southeast Europe Neurosurgical Society, organized jointly with the 25th Congress of the Hungarian Neurosurgical Society takes place between 9 and 11 October 2024 in Budapest, Hungary.The meeting will bring together an outstanding international faculty to discuss advances, innovations and controversies in the field of neurosurgery with an emphasis on special issues in the Southeast European Region. The Congress will provide ample opportunities for both young and experienced neurosurgeons to learn the latest developments in the diagnosis and treatment of neurosurgical diseases, listen to invited lectures and take part in panel discussions, learn new technologies and techniques. The venue of the Congress is the Ensana Thermal Hotel situated on the beautiful Margaret Island in the heart of Budapest, capital of Hungary. Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities and spa centres of the world. It is famous for its rich culture and heritage, e.g. the spectacular Parliament Building, the magnificent and recently renovated State Opera House, the mighty Danube River and the 19th century Chain Bridge that connects the hilly, historic Buda with the flat Pest, with its busy businesses, vibrant walking streets, famous restaurants, coffee houses and pastry shops, serving Hungarian culinary delicacies.View more details here.

The 9th edition of the Skull Base Masterclass will take place in Athens, Greece. It is the 3rd year that Athens will host this event, following 2 highly successful iterations.The course will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to listen to lectures by an outstanding international faculty which will cover both the basis, as well as the latest developments of endoscopic skull base surgery.Furthermore, participants will be able to get hands-on experience and update their knowledge of skull base anatomy through the cadaveric dissection sessions.The course aims for participants to further their knowledge of skull base surgery and for both faculty and participants to fortify their professional relationships and enjoy their stay in Athens.Course DirectorsProf. Christos Georgalas | PhD DLO(Eng) FRCS(ORL-HNS) FEB(ORL-HNS) Hon, Full Professor in Head and Neck Surgery, Medical School, University of Nicosia, Head, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Hygeia Hospital, President, Hellenic Society of Rhinology - Facial Plastic SurgeryDr Wouter van Furth | MD, PhD, Neurosurgeon, Leiden University, Leiden, The NetherlandsThe official website of the course is www.skullbasecourse.eu

These course series will be offered annually for residents and young attendings. The topic of the courses is “minimally invasive neurosurgery”. All courses take place in Zagreb (Croatia) in a well-equipped and state-of-the-art cadaver lab.There is a discount of 10% for EANS members.Click HERE for more information. 

We are please to announce that The 3rd World Young Neurosurgeons Congress organised by ACNS & EANS will take place from 12-14 October 2024 in Sofia, Bulgaria.More info will be available soon.Abstract submission will open soon. 

More information at https://eanscongress.org/

More details at https://ispnmeeting.org/

The 10th Annual Meeting of the Serbian Neurosurgical Society with International Participation will be held at the Hotel Crowne Plaza in Belgrade, Serbia, from October 31-November3, 2024. The topic Pediatric Neurosurgery in the 21st century has been carefully chosen to address the unique and complex issues faced by pediatric neurosurgeons in today's rapidly advancing medical landscape. Under the theme "Challenges and Opportunities," we aim to delve into the various aspects of this specialized branch of neurosurgery that holds immense significance for the well-being of our young patients.Organizing such a prestigious event would not have been possible without the collaboration and support of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery and the SouthEast Europe Neurosurgical Society. Their partnership will enrich the scientific program and ensure a diverse range of perspectives from experts across the globe. We will invite the renowned speakers who are at the forefront of pediatric neurosurgery to share their expertise and insights. Their presentations will provide valuable perspectives on the latest advancements, best practices, and innovative approaches in the field.During this meeting, we will cover all fields of neurosurgery, ranging from neuro-oncology to neurotrauma, from congenital malformations to epilepsy surgery. Our scientific program will be designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest research, advancements, and breakthroughs in pediatric neurosurgery. For more information click here

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the fourth EANS Step II Course in Cranial Surgery. The event will be held from 22-25 November 2024 in the training center of Koc University in Istanbul, Turkey.This dissection course is most suitable for neurosurgical residents in their final years of training, complementing the Step I cranial course in Brno and the hands-on course in Lyon. We will focus more in depth on the relevant neurosurgical anatomy, the planning and execution of advanced neurosurgical procedures, neuroendoscopy, and some skullbase approaches.The course capacity is limited to 40 participants.Click HERE to pre-register!Full course's information will be available as of January 2024.

We are pleased to announce the seventh edition of the EANS Cranial Step I Hands-On Course which will be held from 22-25 November 2024 in Brno, Czech Republic.Click HERE to pre-register!Full course's information will be available as of January 2024.
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