Latin America Chapter

Jun 5 - 8, 2019 
Warsaw, Poland 

Register here!

PLENARY SPEAKERS already confirmed! Click here to know more.

The scientific programme is now available. Click here to take a look.

ECCN 2019 Symposia & Educational Courses list are now available.

We are pleased to announce the EC-IFCN bursary winners for ECCN 2019!

Contact the EMEA Chapter
Professor Jonathan Cole, Clinical Neurophysiology Poole Hospital, UK
Jonathan.cole@poole.nhs.uk


    

Click here to read the 2015 report on 'Non-invasive electrical and magnetic stimulation of the brain, spinal cords and roots: basic principals and procedures for routine clinical application'.
Our Chapter has four significant goals: to read about them, please click here.



Clinical Neurophysiology encompasses a broad array of methods to study the peripheral and central nervous system, and targets virtually all diseases in neurology and psychiatry. Please click here to read a position paper of the EC-IFCN (European Chapter of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology) representing ~ 8000 Clinical Neurophysiologists in Europe.

IFCN
This website the right place where one can find out what is going on worldwide in the field of Clinical Neurophysiology.
www.ifcn.info
Important Links 
Prof. Walter Paulus, next President of the IFCN ExCo, click here for his interview with EAN and click here for his paper in Pan European Networks.

Please click here to go to the Links section of this webpage.

 
 
EBC and EBRA
The European Brain Council (EBC) is a non-profit organisation bringing together brain-related specialist societies, patient organisations and industry with the mission of promoting brain research in Europe. EBC gathers science and society in order to improve the quality of life of those living with brain disorders.
EC-IFCN is a founding member of EBC, together with EAN, EPA, ILAE, IBRO, EFNA and others. 1 November 2018 marked the launch of the EBC-coordinated EU project ‘The European Brain Research Area (EBRA).
EC-IFCN is also serving as a member organisation in this project. The aims of EBRA project are to foster alignment and better co-ordination of research strategies across European and global brain initiatives; facilitate the emergence of research projects in specific areas, provide them with support for effective collaboration and increase the visibility of the brain research portfolio as a whole.