24th Annual Meeting: Register
The 24th Annual Meeting of the European Charcot Foundation takes place in Baveno, Italy, from Thursday November 24 till Saturday November 26, 2016.
Register now to secure your seat and to connect with fellow professionals and thought leaders in the field of MS research.
The theme of this year’s Annual Meeting: Multiple Sclerosis' Treatment in Practice promises interesting debates amongst researchers and clinical practitioners.
The European Charcot Foundation invests in our future at its Annual Meeting!
- Up to 40 Young Investigators that present a poster are offered a free registration and can apply for travel grants (2 hotel nights + max €500 travel).
- The Young Investigators participate in the Young Investigator Awards which will be announced during the 24th Annual Meeting.
- Young Investigators present their Poster during the Poster Viewing Session (Friday 10:15 - 11:15).
- Young Investigators also present their Poster to the Live Stream Audience. An interview booth is installed in the Lobby of the Annual Meeting Venue (central location). Young Investigators get the digital recording of their presentation for distribution on their own platforms.
ECF Symposium at ECTRIMS, Wednesday September 14, 2016, 12h30-13h30
The European Charcot Foundation has been invited to organise a satellite symposium during the 32nd Congress of ECTRIMS, September 14 - 17, 2016, London, United Kongdom.
The symposium on "ROLE OF B-CELLS IN MS PATHOGENESIS" will be chaired by Professor Comi.
Faculty members H.P. Hartung (DE), R. Reynolds (UK) and G. Comi (IT) will give lectures.
To consult the detailed program, click here.
ECF will also be present with a booth to inform delegates about its current activities.
ECF Young Neurologist Fellowship awarded to A. De Pue
MD. Annelien De Pue started her medical training in 2004 at the University Hospital Ghent. In September 2016 she will graduate as a general neurologist. Her main interest lies in neuroinflammatory disorders. The past year Annelien had the opportunity to gain experience in the diagnosis and therapeutics in MS. Her research interest lies in MS, NMO and CLIPPERS.
MD. De Pue will focus her fellowship on neuroimmunology and demyelinating diseases at the MS Centrum ErasMS, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Supported by Professor dr. R. Hintzen, head of the MS Centrum ErasMS.