ECCN 2023 - 18th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology
Join Brainbox at the 18th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (ECCN) this may 9-12, 2023.
Event Name: The 18th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (ECCN)
Date: 9-12 May 2023
Location: Palais du Pharo, Marseille, France
Booth Number: 07
The 18th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (ECCN) is just around the corner, and it promises to be an exciting event for all those interested in this rapidly evolving field. Scheduled to take place in Marseille, France on May 9-12, 2023, the congress has been organised by a team of experts in the field, with the support of the French Society of Clinical Neurophysiology.
The program for the congress is varied, covering a wide range of topics in clinical neurophysiology. From epilepsy and sleep disorders to neuromuscular disorders and neuroplasticity, the program promises to be of interest to clinicians, researchers, and paramedical staff from all over Europe and beyond.
The program for the congress will include keynote lectures, symposia, workshops, and poster sessions. Keynote speakers will include some of the leading figures in clinical neurophysiology, who will share their latest research findings and insights into the field. Symposia will cover a range of topics, from the latest advances in EEG and evoked potentials to the clinical applications of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and the role of neurophysiology in the diagnosis and management of movement disorders.
Workshops will offer delegates the opportunity to get hands-on experience with the latest techniques and technologies in clinical neurophysiology. Poster sessions will provide a forum for researchers to present their latest findings and discuss them with their peers.
Brainbox will be exhibiting at the event and will be showcasing equipment from a diverse catalogue focused on non-invasive brain stimulation and imaging including tES, EEG and 4He OPM-MEG.
The 18th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (ECCN) promises to be an exciting and informative event for all those within neuroscience. With a broad and varied program, keynote speakers, workshops, and poster sessions, the congress offers something for everyone. Whether you are a clinician, researcher, or paramedical staff, the congress is an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest advances in clinical neurophysiology, exchange ideas with your peers, and make new professional contacts.