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EANS Monthly Digest: January Issue!
Heartfelt wishes for a Happy 2020!
EANS2020 Congress: Abstract submission is now open!
Belgrade will host the annual congress of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies on 18 - 22 October 2020.
Abstract submission is now open and you may submit your abstract to present your research to the European neurosurgical community.

During the EANS2020 Congress you may find significant opportunities for an oral presentation. Outstanding abstracts will be presented in plenary sessions, while the best e-posters will be allocated at a special e-poster session.  

Full details of topics and how to submit your abstract are available here.
Submissions will be accepted until 1 March 2020.

We look forward to receiving your abstract!
Submit your abstract!
EANS Hands-On Course in Lyon!
The first course took place in June 2012 and it was very successful. Since then two courses per year are taking place, one in January and one in June. The course is particularly appropriate for those at the level of the third year of the EANS Training Course. Recently qualified neurosurgeons, those still in training, and anyone else looking to refine their skills will learn a great deal from the course.

The Course will take place next week on 13 - 17 January 2020 and on 22 - 26 June 2020.  
The Course in January is full, while pre-registration is still open for the June's session.

Please contact martina.degregorio@eans.org to pre-register for this course.

More info!
One week left for the EANS Basic Endovascular Course

In less than a week Berlin will welcome young neurosurgeons for the Basic Endovascular Course of EANS which will be held on 14 - 15 January 2020.  
This course will allow young neurosurgeons to achieve basic technical and theoretical skills in endovascular treatment, to improve their understanding of endovascular procedures possible advantages and pitfalls. The international faculty consists of dual-trained neurosurgeons as well as neuro-interventional specialists.
The course is full!
More info!
Apply now for the EANS research grants!

Applications for the EANS Research Fund 2020 are now open.
The aim of the EANS Research Fund is to nurture young researchers. The seed grants will be available to EANS Individual Members in all member countries to encourage European cooperation and collaboration. Both laboratory and clinical research projects are eligible for funding. There is a maximum of one application per applicant.
This year, 6-8 seed grants will be awarded across the various neurosurgical specialties addressing
  • brain injury
  • vascular neurosurgery
  • oncology
  • paediatrics
  • spine surgery
  • functional neurosurgery and
  • pre-clinical neuroscience projects
Submission Deadline is 1 March 2020.
Apply now!
Zürich is calling Young Neurosurgeons!

The event welcomes neurosurgeons in the years between qualification and consultancy, and is of particular interest to those who have completed the EANS Training Courses. Henry Marsh, known from the BBC documentary “The English Surgeon” will be our Special Guest at the EANS YN meeting in Zurich.

26 - 28 March 2020
Zurich,  Switzerland
Why you should attend the course!
  • Discuss current controversy affecting our daily clinical work as neurosurgeons
  • Gain cutting-edge insight into topics particularly relevant to neurosurgeons at the rise of their career
  • Challenge your peers and participate actively by bringing your case for discussion
  • Build on the relationships developed during the EANS training courses and establish solid professional networks
  • Enjoy a good balance between a professional meeting and high-quality leisure time with friends and peers
  • Connect with the EANS Young Neurosurgeons for clinical, social or political theme
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Acta Editor’s Choice! Free access until 17 February 2020
Meteorological factors for subarachnoid hemorrhage in the greater Düsseldorf area revisited: a machine learning approach to predict the probability of admission of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage. Read the article

Feasibility of the new sutureless excimer laser-assisted non-occlusive anastomosis clip in a rabbit model. Read the article

Persistent shunt dependency in children treated with CSF diversion for idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). Read the article