"Coffee with you"

Career development session – “Coffee with you”

Now it is your chance to talk and ask questions from Professors in a closed meeting. 

The session is for EAN Resident and Research Members only. 

As the quality of the session is our main concern, the number of participants is limited to 30 members. Additionally, 10 positions are available on the waiting list. 
One of the sessions is held onsite and the other one online, please indicate accordingly when registering.  

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"Coffee with you" 

Sunday, 02 July at 13:00-13:30 CET (online) 
Monday 03 July at 16:45-17:15 CET (onsite) 

Members’ Lounge/Online 

The session is for EAN Resident and Research Members only

Sunday, 02 July at 13:00-13:30 CET, Online

The art of science popularization – tips for communicating with the media

Moderator: Cecilie Gjessing Nome

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Bastiaan R. Bloem 

Bastiaan (Bas) R. Bloem, is a neurologist and the founder and director of the Center of Expertise for Parkinson & Movement Disorders at the Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. He established the Center in 2002 and it is recognized as a center of excellence for Parkinson’s disease (PD) by the Parkinson’s Foundation. He also holds the position of professor of neurology at Radboudumc, with a special interest in movement disorders. He serves on the editorial boards of several national and international scholarly journals and has over 900 publications, including more than 800 peer-reviewed international papers. Along with Marten Munneke, he developed ParkinsonNet, an innovative healthcare concept that now consists of 70 professional regional networks for PD patients throughout The Netherlands. Because of the evidence-based quality improvement and significant cost reduction, ParkinsonNet has received multiple awards, including the Value-Based Health Care Prize. Last year, Bloem received the prestigious Stevin Award, the highest distinction for a Dutch scientist who has had the greatest impact on society. 

Christos Ganos 

Dr. Ganos is an adult neurologist at the university clinic of Charité in Berlin and sees patients of all ages with movement disorders with a particular focus in hyperkinetic and unusual or rare movement disorders. Dr. Ganos research primarily focuses on hyperkinetic movement disorders, such as Tourette syndrome and Dystonia and he is currently a “Freigeist” Fellow of the VolkswagenStiftung. He is the founding chair of the International Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Society’s Tic Disorders and Tourette Syndrome Study Group, as well as the Tic Disorders and Tourette Syndrome Task Force. He is also chair-elect of the European Section of the Movement Disorder Society's Education Committee, a past secretary of the European Society for the Study of Tourette Syndrome and an invited panel member of the German Academy of Rare Neurological Diseases. 

Monday 03 July at 16:45-17:15 CET, Onsite

The future of Neurology – how will we work in 30 years time?

Moderator: Miguel Miranda

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Elena Moro

Elena Moro is professor of neurology at the Department of Psychiatry, Neurology and Neurological Rehabilitation of CHU Grenoble in France. She graduated in medicine at the University of Trieste, Italy, and completed her residency in neurology at the Rome Catholic University. She then went on to complete a fellowship in movement disorders in Grenoble, France. After receiving her PhD in neurosciences, she joined the Division of Neurology at Toronto Western Hospital, Canada, as medical director of the surgical programme for movement disorders. In 2012, she moved to Grenoble, France, where she is currently director of the Movement Disorders Center and head of the Department of Psychiatry, Neurology, Neurological Rehabilitation and Forensic Medicine.

Urs Fischer 

Prof. Urs Fischer is the Chairman of the Department of Neurology at the University Hospital Basel. Urs Fischer studied in Bern, London, San Francisco and Lomé and graduated in 2000. In 2008/2009, he performed a “Master of Science by Research in Clinical Neurology” at the University of Oxford. In 2015 he was elected as “Professor for Acute Neurology and Stroke” at the University of Bern. Since August 2021, he is chairing the Department of Neurology in Basel. 

Urs Fischer is a clinical researcher and his main research interest involves diagnosis, management, treatment and outcome of patients with acute neurological diseases, especially of patients with acute ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. 

He is active in National and European Stroke Societies: he is the former Secretary General of the European Stroke Organisation, vice-president of the Swiss Neurological Society, member of the programme committee of the European Academy of Neurology, and he is co-founder the ESO ESMINT ESNR Stroke Winter School. Together with his colleagues of the stroke center Bern he has established the European Stroke Master Program.