Neuropathies

General information about sub-specialty

The Neuropathy subspecialty concerns the diagnosis and management of different types of acquired and hereditary neuropathies.

Key diagnostic areas within neuropathies include clinical, electrophysiological, genetic, immunological and histopathological diagnosis, as well as implementation of newer diagnostic methods in the field such as magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound. Identification of diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers of different neuropathies is also urgently needed.

Another focus of the panel are available therapies and development of new therapies for acquired and hereditary neuropathies, including both causal therapy and symptomatic therapy to improve patients’ quality of life and their wellbeing. Main areas of interest are inflammatory and hereditary neuropathies. The panel also takes care of other causes of neuropathies such as diabetic, metabolic, alcoholic, nutritional, infectious etc.

Since polyneuropathies may be a part of the clinical presentation and/or secondary to other diseases, the Scientific Panel on Neuropathies have tight collaboration with other EAN panels and with other specialists outside neurology. Healthcare organisation and delivery is another topic where Panel would be glad to contribute to the future.

About the EAN Scientific Panel Neuropathies

The neuropathies SP actively promotes and supports neuropathy-related issues, as well as educational and scientific activities within the framework of EAN.

The panel substantially contributes to the Scientific Programme at EAN congresses and other EAN educational activities. It develops clinical guidelines in collaboration with other associations, specifically with the Peripheral Nerve Society.

Group members are strongly encouraged to engage in the activities promoted by the panel and to contribute to the sharing of advances in the field of neuropathies via the Breaking News, Neurology Update, and eLearning sections of the EAN website, and to engage in the activities promoted by the panel.

The panel meets during the EAN congress.

Management Group

Nobile-Orazio, Eduardo

Co-Chair

Nobile-Orazio, Eduardo
Milan, Italy
Peric, Stojan Z.

Co-Chair

Peric, Stojan Z.
Belgrade, Serbia
Ciopleias, Bogdan

RRFS Representative

Ciopleias, Bogdan
Braşov, Romania
Harbo, Thomas

Management Group Member

Harbo, Thomas
Aarhus N, Denmark
Shatillo, Andrey

Management Group Member

Shatillo, Andrey
Kharkiv, Ukraine
Zis, Panagiotis

Panel Member (Institution)

Zis, Panagiotis
Aglantzia, Nicosia, Cyprus

Individual panel members

Abdellatif, Doaa
Abdellatif, Doaa
Cairo, Egypt
Comanducci, Angela
Comanducci, Angela
Milano, Italy
Filosto, Massimiliano
Filosto, Massimiliano
Brescia, Italy
Krarup, Christian
Krarup, Christian
Copenhagen, Denmark
Lehmann, Helmar
Lehmann, Helmar
Köln, Germany
Mosa, Ahmed
Mosa, Ahmed
Mansoura, Egypt
Neuwirth, Christoph
Neuwirth, Christoph
St. Gallen, Switzerland
Rocchi, Camilla
Rocchi, Camilla
RM, Italy
Said, Gérard
Said, Gérard
Tankisi, Hatice
Tankisi, Hatice
Aarhus N, Denmark
Toyka, Klaus Viktor
Toyka, Klaus Viktor
Würzburg, Germany
Van Den Bergh, Peter
Van Den Bergh, Peter
Brussels, Belgium
Vanta, Oana Maria
Vanta, Oana Maria
CLUJ-NAPOCA, Romania
Yavorska, Nataliya
Yavorska, Nataliya
Lviv, Ukraine

RRFS Member

Ciopleias, Bogdan
Ciopleias, Bogdan
Braşov, Romania

Partner Society Representatives

Kiernan, Matthew

AOAN Representative

Kiernan, Matthew
Sydney, Australia

Institutional panel members

Adams, David
Adams, David
Le Kremlin Bicetre, France
Andersen, Henning
Andersen, Henning
Aarhus, Denmark
Arányi, Zsuzsanna
Arányi, Zsuzsanna
Budapest, Hungary
Baruca Grad, Mateja
Baruca Grad, Mateja
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Berlit, Peter
Berlit, Peter
Berlin, Germany
Bogdanova, Dessislava
Bogdanova, Dessislava
Sofia, Bulgaria
Buneviciute, Ramune
Buneviciute, Ramune
Vilnius, Lithuania
Chroni, Elisabeth
Chroni, Elisabeth
Patras, Greece
Coelho, Maria Teresa Pardal Monteiro
Coelho, Maria Teresa Pardal Monteiro
Porto, Portugal
Decard, Bernhard
Decard, Bernhard
Basel, Switzerland
Dietmann, Anelia
Dietmann, Anelia
Bern, Switzerland
Fabrizi, Gian Maria
Fabrizi, Gian Maria
VERONA, Italy
Galan Davila, Lucia
Galan Davila, Lucia
El Escorial, Spain
Grecu, Nicolae
Grecu, Nicolae
Bucharest, Romania
Hietaharju, Aki
Hietaharju, Aki
Tampere, Finland
Holbech, Jakob Vormstrup
Holbech, Jakob Vormstrup
Odense, Denmark
Kahraman Koytak, Pinar
Kahraman Koytak, Pinar
Istanbul, Turkey
Kaimak, Tatyana
Kaimak, Tatyana
Semey Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan
Kenina, Viktorija
Kenina, Viktorija
Latvia
Kleopa, Kleopas
Kleopa, Kleopas
Nicosia, Cyprus
Kotula, Lidia
Kotula, Lidia
Lublin, Poland
Lisnic, Vitalie
Lisnic, Vitalie
Chisinau, Moldova
Millere, Elina
Millere, Elina
Riga, Latvia
Murphy, Sinéad
Murphy, Sinéad
Dublin 24, Ireland
Nacu, Gabriela
Nacu, Gabriela
Chisinau, Moldova
Petrikonis, Kestutis
Petrikonis, Kestutis
Kaunas, Lithuania
Petrosyan, Khachik
Petrosyan, Khachik
Yerevan, Armenia
Pfund, Zoltán
Pfund, Zoltán
Pécs, Hungary
Ponomarev, Vladimir V.
Ponomarev, Vladimir V.
Minsk, Belarus
Potulska-Chromik, Anna
Potulska-Chromik, Anna
Warsaw, Poland
Quasthoff, Stefan
Quasthoff, Stefan
Rajdová, Aneta
Rajdová, Aneta
Rakocevic Stojanovic, Vidosava
Rakocevic Stojanovic, Vidosava
Belgrade, Serbia
Rath, Jakob
Rath, Jakob
Vienna, Austria
Renaud, Susanne
Renaud, Susanne
Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Sabre, Liis
Sabre, Liis
Tartu, Estonia
Sanadze, Alexandr
Sanadze, Alexandr
Moscow, Russian Federation
Shkrobot, Svitlana
Shkrobot, Svitlana
Ternopil, Ukraine
Silva Santos, Catarina
Silva Santos, Catarina
Porto, Portugal
Simu, Mihaela Adriana
Simu, Mihaela Adriana
Timisoara, Romania
Storti, Benedetta
Storti, Benedetta
Milano, Italy
Tan, Ersin
Tan, Ersin
Ankara, Turkey
Turcanova Koprusakova, Monika
Turcanova Koprusakova, Monika
Martin, Slovakia
Van Doorn, Pieter A.
Van Doorn, Pieter A.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Vedeler, Christian Alexander
Vedeler, Christian Alexander
Bergen, Norway
Vlckova, Eva
Vlckova, Eva
Brno, Czech Republic
Zis, Panagiotis
Zis, Panagiotis
Aglantzia, Nicosia, Cyprus