July 22, 2021

World Brain Day 2021

The eighth World Brain day on July 22, 2021 moves to stop Multiple Sclerosis.

The Brain Prize 2022 is now open

Nominations for the world's largest neuroscience prize

The Lundbeck Foundation is now accepting nominations for next year's winners of The Brain Prize, the world's largest prize for neuroscience. Find out about the nomination and selection process, and nominate here.

EAN Virtual Congress 2021

Advocacy Talks

Missed the Advocacy Talks?
It's now available for everyone!

EAN Virtual Congress 2021

5 Presidents Symposium Future of Sleep Medicine

Missed the 5 Presidents Symposium Future of Sleep Medicine ?
It's now available on demand!

Application Deadline July 31, 2021

EAN Autumn School 2021

Application Deadline September 2, 2021

EAN Science School

EAN is happy to announce the first Science School. Please see here for more information.

European Academy of Neurology

Our mission is to promote neurological excellence in Europe and across the world, leading to better patient care and outcomes. We unite 47 national societies and represent more than 45,000 neurologists to achieve this goal.

Find out more.

Get the most out of the Virtual Congress 2021

Kindly supported by Lilly

European Journal of Neurology

Free for EAN members

Read the online version of the European Journal of Neurology here

European Academy of Neurology

EAN Priorities 2020-2024

Vision: Be the Home of Neurology and advance high-quality patient care
Mission: Reduce the burden of neurological diseases

Overarching Theme

Towards Precision Neurology

Learn more about the Overarching Theme here

| Palliative Care  

Palliative care outpatient clinics, with a multidisciplinary team, helps patients with Parkinson’s disease and related disorders and their families


| Clinical neurophysiology  

Event Related Potentials might be an accurate neurophysiological biomarker for early diagnosis of AD and prediction of MCI to AD conversion.

| Neuroimmunology  

A medical mystery solved after more than 60 years- analysis of archival brain tissue allows characterization of rare fatal disease