Euro-CNS Congress

The next Euro-CNS Congress will be held from 3-6 June 2020, in Odense, Region of Southern Denmark. The congress will be hosted by the Scandinavian Neuropathological Society.

The congress will focus on molecular mechanisms explaining pathological and clinical manifestations of neurological diseases. An important issue will be the integration of novel molecular technologies into neuropathology. The scientific program will include lectures by top scientists about cutting-edge technologies and workshops focusing on the practical approach in an innovative interactive way. The local organizing committee and the scientific committee will be comprised of members of the Scandinavian Neuropathological Society, supported by an international scientific advisory board.

As soon as a congress website becomes available, we will announce it here.

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The most recent congress, 11th European Congress of Neuropathology (ECNP) was held from 6-9 July 2016, in Bordeaux, France. It was held at the “Cité Mondiale” Convention Center, conveniently located in the heart of the city, on the banks of the Garonne, in the historic heart of the wine-making hub of the Chartrons. The congress center provided top-level facilities for professional conventions: a large reception hall, one auditorium, several break-out rooms, and a large multi-purpose space for posters, industrial exhibitors, coffee and lunch break.

The scientific program covered many aspects of neuropathology and interacted with other areas of neuroscience. Leading neuropathologists and neuroscientists gave plenary lectures. Parallel sessions of symposia and workshops provided key updates and debate on recent progress in diagnostic neuropathological practice and in other interactive scientific approaches. Several sessions on different topics allowed a large selection of posters to be presented on platform, and a two hours interactive slide seminar was held.

The congress was preceded by the  Examination for the European Fellowship in Neuropathology (4-5 July 2016).