Dear Colleagues

Welcome to the website for the 9th International Epilepsy Colloquium which takes place at Church House Conference Centre in Westminster, London on 22 - 24 June, 2016.

This site will enable you to register your attendance at the meeting and it provides all the necessary information which you will need to make arrangements for travel and accommodation in London.

Our primary theme for this year's meeting is Surgical and targeted treatments for acquired lesions.

This symposium is the ninth in a series of focused high level symposia that address specific areas of epileptology, with a particular emphasis on the place of surgical treatments. This symposium focuses on the place of surgical treatment the treatment of epilepsies with acquired causes: stroke, trauma, tumour, infections and autoimmune conditions, with keynote lectures on the role of the blood–brain barrier and inflammatory pathways in the pathogenesis of epilepsies.

The Organising Committee for this event are:

Local
Tim Wehner John Duncan Matthew Walker
International
Alexis Arzimanoglou
France
Gavin Giovanonni
UK
Hajo Hamer
Germany
Edouard Hirsch
France
Philippe Kahane
France
Samden Lhatoo
US
Hans Lüders
US
Felix Rosenow
Germany
Philippe Ryvlin
Switzerland/France
Ley Sander
UK/The Netherlands
Raman Sankar
US
Gagandeep Singh
India
Annamaria Vezzani
Italy
Angela Vincent
UK

We are pleased to offer concessionary rates for non-medical attendees. We are also able to offer a limited number of poster displays for those who may be required to present a poster to enable their attendance at the meeting. If you wish to take up this opportunity, please make your request to our organising team using the email address on the Contact page.

This will be a highly informative and engaging meeting and we anticipate that spaces will fill up quickly, so we invite you to register your attendance as soon as possible to secure your place.

We look forward to welcoming you to London.

The Epilepsy Colloquium Team

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9th International Epilepsy Colloquium: Epilepsy in Acquired Aetiologies' has been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 18 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s).

Latest Update:
1-day delegate rates are now available. Please see Fees page for details.