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Forthcoming neurosurgical events across the world.
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Welcome to our monthly forthcoming events mailing. The following icons will help you to easily identify events according to the criteria that matter to you:
 Discount available to EANS Individual Members
 An event run by the EANS
 An event run under the auspices of the EANS
 An event organised by a member society
 A hands-on course
 A competition is available for attendance at this course
Please also take a look at our 'Opportunities' section at the end of the list – get in touch with Maria Kantziari at communication@eans.org if you would like an opportunity included.

NB: to take advantage of our EANS Members' discounts, please indicate that you are an Individual Member of the EANS when registering, unless otherwise specified.

Best wishes,
The EANS Team

EANS Lyon HandsOn Course
13 – 17 January 2020   |   Lyon, France


EANS Basic Endovascular Course for Neurosurgeons

14 - 15 January   |  Berlin, Germany



London Pain Forum - 8th "Advances in Pain Medicine" International Winter Symposium 19-24 January 2020

19 - 24 January |   Tignes Le Lac, France

ABC - Basic Brain Surgery Course

20 - 24 January |   Milan - Geneva Italy


Spinal Step II HandsOn Course
21 - 22 January | Lyon, France

360 Degree Scull Base Course
28 - 31 January   |  Lyon, France


Ultrasound Training in Neurosurgery

31 January |   Barcelona, Spain



EANS Young Neurosurgeons' Meeting & Research Course
26 - 28 March  |   Zurich, Switzerland

Post - Graduate Course for Neurosurgeons - Microsurgery Course on Vascular Anastomosis

11 - 14 May  |   Lisbon, Portugal


Call for applications: Skull Base and MIS Neurosurgery Fellowship
at McMaster University, Ont., CAN 
This is a fellowship that focuses on skull base and minimally invasive neurosurgery. This will be for one year with option to extend for a second year starting the 1st of July 2020. This is predominantly clinical with cadaver laboratory experience and expected research deliverables.

The skull base component of this fellowship is a combination of open and endoscopic approaches. These procedures are performed with the help of a dedicated rhinology team, two neuro-otologists and a head and neck surgeon. The minimally invasive component includes ventriculoscopic procedures and minimally invasive procedures for a variety of cranial and spinal indications. This center serves 2.2 million population and should provide a valuable experience for the selected candidate. Deadline for application is the 31st of December 2019. This is open to candidates that have recently completed neurosurgical training and are eligible for license in the province of Ontario, Canada. Interested applications may email kesh@keshreddy.ca for details.

Find more opportunities here


As always, a comprehensive list of neurosurgical events around the world can be found at http://eans.org/events/. Please contact communication@eans.org if you would like your event to appear on our web calendar, and / or if you have an 'opportunity' you would like listed.