Virtual Booth HOME
EAN represents around 45,000 neurologists in 47 European countries with a total population of 900 million people – from the Atlantic Ocean to Bering Sea, from the Barents Sea to the Mediterranean. According to the latest estimates, one in two people will have a neurological disease at some point in their life. Extended lifespans are also leading to a significant increase in neurological disorders such as stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. It is our vision to provide every single one of these patients with the best possible diagnosis and therapies.
And we are on course to succeed. Neuroscience has made huge leaps over the last two decades. It is now widely seen as one of the most important medical disciplines of the 21st century.
Our aim is to share this expertise with as many neurologists as possible in our member countries, and beyond. EAN provides access to continuing medical training and education, international knowledge resources and platforms that allow cross-border communication between colleagues.
You, too, can become a valued participant in this project, no matter our specialty.
Let’s all strive for excellence in neurology together.
If you have any questions, our Membership Team will be happy to help you:
- Ms Mira Niemi
- Mr Philip Stöger
- Ms Alexandra Twardzik
- Ms Lucia Cernicka
Join the EAN community
EAN represents around 45,000 neurologists in 47 European countries with a total population of 900 million people. Become an active member and shape the future of neurology!
Join the RRFS Section
Platform for junior colleagues to encourage intercultural exchanges and support tackling upcoming challenges of modern doctors.
This year for the very first time, EAN holds a new form of a career development "Coffee with you" session for RRFS members.
Join the Board
The Board is responsible for the day-to-day management of EAN. Major decisions made by the EAN Board must be ratified by the Assembly of Delegates.
This year for the very first time, EAN plans to hold a new form of a career development session.
The “Why Neurology? From a student to a professor.” session is your chance to chat with Professors in a closed, live-streamed, meeting.
Kindly note that participation is on first-come first-serve basis and is limited to up to 20 persons per session/day. The session is open to undergraduate medical students only.
All sessions are already fully booked. Please stay tuned in for the next year’s sessions, during the 7th EAN Congress in Vienna, June 19-22, 2021.
Please see here the programme as well as short BIOs of our esteemed speakers.