Upcoming ANZAN Events 

For a list of upcoming ANZAN events and affiliated group events please see below.

*If you would like to advertise an event on this page, please contact the ANZAN office at anzan@anzan.org.au  

ANZAN Neuropathology and Neuroimaging Weekend (NNW)
Dates: 26-27 October 2019 
Registration details coming soon. 
ANZAN Clinical Neurophysiology Workshop
Dates: September 29 -October 2nd 2019
Register now - http://anzan.org.au/cnw/
Dates: 8-9 February 2020
Registration details coming soon. 
ANZAN Registrars Training Weekend 
Dates: 28-29 March 2020 
Registration details to be advised at a later date.

ANZAN Annual Scientific Meeting 
Location: Melbourne 
Dates: 19-22 May 2020 
More information coming soon!
Other Events!
Headache Symposium
Westmead Association Hospital Week
Wed 28th August 2019

International Guest Speaker:
Professor Peter Goadsby
For more information please click here.
Enquiries: victor.fung@sydney.edu.au

29th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australasia 
Dates: 10-13 September 2019 
Location: National Conference Centre Canberra
For more information: https://ssa2019.com.au
More info: melbournegeonomics.org.au

November 12 – 16, 2019
Where: The Westin Buckhead Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Abstracts should be submitted to http://isnv.org/atlanta19/ by midnight (EST) FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

Conference includes dedicated sessions on viruses and MS as well as PML and CJD. In addition to the clinician scientists from CDC there will be clinician scientists from NIH. 

Neuro-ophthalmology Society of Australia (NOSA) meeting 
Thursday 5th & Friday 6th September 
NeuroVision Training Weekend 
Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th September.   
Marriott Hotel in Brisbane.
Guest Speakers: Dr Steven Galetta from New York and Assoc Prof. Aki Kawasaki from Switzerland.
Further information: kathpoon@bigpond.com

Neuro-otology Society of Australia (NOTSA) Meeting

Dates: 4-5 October 2019
Training Day: Sunday the 6th of October 
Location: Sheraton Hotel, Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Registrations are now open!
Click here to register now!

For further details contact: Kathleen Poon 

Email: kathpoon@bigpond.com

2019 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting
Dates: 20-23 October 2019
Venue: Adelaide Exhibition Centre, SA
Website:  https://www.dcconferences.com.au/rmsanz2019
Contact email: rmsanz2019@dcconferences.com.au
The XXIV World Congress of Neurology(WCN 2019) will bring together leading scientists, public health experts, policy-makers to translate recent momentous scientific advances into action that will address means to end the epidemic, within the current context of significant global economic challenges.
Participants of the 2019 World Congress of Neurology will: 
·      Hear the latest advances in Neurology 
·      Enjoy a stimulating program full of cutting-edgeworkshops,sessionsand courses 
·      Take part in engaging debates leading to fruitful collaborations 
·      Experience Dubai, where high end style and architecture meets the Old Worldcharm.  
The Early Bird Registration is still open, and this is your chance to register online and save up to $220.

Join the meeting in Dubai to experience one of the largest gatherings of experts in the field of neurology and benefit from the excellent scientific program. 
Early Bird Registration Savings Deadline: 6 August 2019
Register Today

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ESA 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting
6-8 November 2019, Grand Hyatt Sydney

Visit the website to register now and to see what else is on.

Early Bird Registration is now open for the 12th PACTRIMS Congress in Singapore, November 13-15, 2019. 
 Do not miss this chance to register at discounted registration rates. 

8th Annual Neuropsychiatry and Behavioural Neurology Conference
This will be held in Melbourne at the Melbourne Brain Centre, Ian Potter Auditorium on 15-16 November 2019 with a full 2 day program to be announced soon.

Trainees will be invited to submit abstracts of interesting cases or case series in Neuropsychiatry, Cognitive or Behavioural Neurology for presentation. Accepted abstract presenters will have their registration waived.

This promises to be an interesting and educational program and we invite all interested neurologists, geriatricians, psychiatrists and their trainees.

For more information please click here or please contact A/Prof David Darby (ddarby@unimelb.edu.au).    
MDSANZ Annual Scientific Meeting
The meeting program has been announced with exciting international invited speakers Professors Bastiaan Bloem(Netherlands), Janis Miyasaki (Canada) and Mark Edwards (UK).

The program will cover a broad range of topics on the diagnosis and management of movement disorders, with a special emphasis on the multidisciplinary management of Parkinson's disease and related conditions, as well as emerging controversies and challenges in the diagnosis and management of these disorders. 

Visit the website to register now and to see what else is on.
ANZHS Headache Scientific Meeting, November 2019
Time and dates: Welcome reception Friday 22nd evening, 
Meetings on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November 2019
Location: Pullman on Albert Park Hotel conference rooms, Melbourne, Australia
Registration: https://www.ewmevents.com.au/headachesociety/registration
Note: Register before 30th June for Early Bird reduced rates
Invited International Speakers: Rigmor Jensen, Manjit Matharu
For more information email: bronwyn.jenkins@icloud.com
Under the auspices of IHS

MS for Neurology Trainees 
SAVE THE DATE: November 30, 2019
Registration information and program can be found by clicking here. 
The 14th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy), co-chaired by Prof. Amos D. Korczyn and Prof. Anthony Schapira will take place in London, UK on March 26-29, 2020.

For further information, please visit : http://cony.comtecmed.com/
9th-12th April 2020
Preliminary Program can be found by clicking here

The European Stroke Organisation Conference and World Stroke Congress (Joint meeting)

Dates: 12-15 May 2020 
Location: To be advised.