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AONeuro News November 2016

Don't miss these last 3 activities of the year!

last 3 events 2016

We are finishing up the year with three educational activities.

AONeuro Symposium—Decompressive Craniectomy in Neurotrauma

December 8, 2016, Bogotá, Colombia

Andrés M Rubiano

We will be offering a neurotrauma symposium focused on cranial decompression for traumatic brain injury. This will take place as an activity at the WFNS's International Conference on Recent Advances in Neurotraumatology (ICRAN) in Bogota. There are still a few spaces available.


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Free AONeuro Webinar—Cranioplasty

December 12, 2016, 13:00-14:15 Central European Time (GMT +1)


Christian Matula (Austria), Anthony Figaji (South Africa), Francesco Biroli (Italy), and Andres Rubiano (Colombia) will present the current best strategies and considerations for cranioplasty at the AONeuro Webinar—Cranioplasty. This free webinar includes discussions on different technical options, complications, outcomes, and economic issues.

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AONeuro Course—Neurotrauma

December 13–15, 2016, Davos Switzerland


A group of international faculty members, who are experts in their field, will cover the current best strategies and considerations for managing neurotrauma patients.

Comprehensive lectures—including a special lecture in 3-D, interactive case presentations, newly developed practical exercises, and case-based discussions are some of the educational methods that will be used to deliver the course content. These will allow the participants to link the lecture material and practical skills with the clinical problems commonly encountered in every day practice. Take advantage of the discounted price for residents!

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We can't wait to see you soon at these events or at our upcoming 2017 events and activities.



A successful AONeuro Skull Base Dissection Course in Vienna

AONeuro recently held a successful Skull Base Dissection Course including an International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Skull Base Trauma

Vienna 2016 Course

Skull Base Dissection course

Based on the competencies defined in AONeuro's new curriculum for skull base and features, the AONeuro—Skull Base Dissection course took place at the historic and inspiring Billrothhaus. Chaired by Professor Christian Matula, and featuring an international faculty of experts, the course content was delivered through multiple approaches to international participants.

For more information, click here.



Personalised Therapies for Regenerative Medicine

We are pleased to announce TERMIS-EU 2017 at the Congress Centre, Davos, Switzerland.
The Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) purpose is the worldwide advancement of both, the science and technology of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

In the area of Neuro, the following Symposia have been accepted:

  • Bioactive-materials for promoting nerve regeneration
  • New trends in CNS regeneration and treatment
  • Peripheral Nerve Regeneration- towards clinical translation
  • Promoting Spinal Cord Regeneration - More than just promises?

We invite submission of abstracts for consideration for oral or poster presentations.

Abstract Submission deadline 30th November 2016

For more information click here.

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