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d'Avella Domenico Domenico d'Avella
Controversies and Solutions at EANS 2017: 96 sessions, 1522 presentations, 298 invited speakers, covering all aspects of modern Neurosurgery and including all subspecialties...

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Amin-Hanjani Sepideh Sepideh Amin-Hanjani
Look forward to seeing good friends and colleagues at EANS 2017. It is sure to be an exciting and vibrant meeting.  I will be speaking in the Joint Session of the EANS ...

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Ammar Ahmed Ahmed Ammar
It is a great honor and pleasure to meet and share experiences with many outstanding neurosurgeons from every corner the world, in the coming EANS2017 meeting ...

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Baccanelli Matteo Matteo Baccanelli
The Conference addresses the topic of Technological Innovation in the field of Vascular Neurosurgery and the way in which neurosurgeons apply new knowledge ...

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Barrow Daniel Louis Daniel Louis Barrow
I look forward with enthusiasm to attending the 2017EANS meeting in Venice. I hope to share my thoughts about the current role of microsurgical therapy in this era...

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Berhouma Moncef Moncef Berhouma

In western societies, the proportion of elderly citizens has nearly reached 20%, and shows no signs of slowing down. The management of neurosurgical conditions in this ...

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Boriani Stefano Stefano Boriani

The trend spinal bone tumors treatment is to combine surgery with radiotherapy to achieve the same (or better) results in term of local and systemic prognosis ...

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Broekman Marike Marike Broekman
I am looking forward to the EANS 2017 meeting in Venice. It would be great to see many of you at the Ethics session on Thursday October 5th. This session will cover...

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Burger Peter Peter Burger
Molecular features are increasingly utilized in the diagnosis, classification, and treatment of human neoplasms. Such features were used extensively in the recent ...

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Burgos Remberto Remberto Burgos
With much expectation we are waiting for the next EANS Congress to be held in Venice the first week of October. It’s an honor and a great opportunity to exchange ideas...

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Cappabianca Paolo Paolo Cappabianca
As endoscopic endonasal surgery has been evolving dramatically during last twenty years, surgical management and outcome of several pathologies have been revolutionized...

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Cappabianca Paolo Luigi Cavallo
Craniopharyngiomas are still considered as one of the most challenging intracranial tumors also because of the everlasting controversy about the most appropriate surgical...

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Constantini Shlomi Shlomi Constantini
Neurosurgery education is the most important role we need to pursue in every minute of our time as department directors and as senior members of the EANS.



Conti Alfredo Alfredo Conti
Despite recent advances in surgery of complex skull base tumors, there are still lesions that represent a challenge for any neurosurgeon ...

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Corbetta Maurizio Maurizio Corbetta
Dr. Maurizio Corbetta is Professor and Chair of Neurology at the University of Padua; Founding Director of the Padua Neuroscience Center; Professor of Neurology ...

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De Marinis Pasqualino Pasqualino De Marinis
Surgical management of meningiomas involving the skull base remains in some cases a challenge for every neurosurgeon . And this is more true thanks to the actual ...

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Dehdashti Amir Amir Dehdashti
I am truly honored to be part of this exciting EANS meeting in the historical city of Venice. Talking about cerebrovascular and skull base ...

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Dengler Julius Julius Dengler
In 2008, a group of EANS members and numerous neurointerventional centers came together to initiate the Giant Intracranial Aneurysm (GIA) Registry, an international ...

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DiMeco Francescos Francesco DiMeco
EANS 2017 will be a great opportunity to discuss a variety of topics in the complex field of neurosurgery. I will be discussing, with regards to the simulation sessions ...

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Ducray François François Ducray
Due to their dismal prognosis and the fear that they may not tolerate brain radiotherapy and chemotherapy, elderly patients with glioblastomas have long been undertreated ...

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Duffau Hugues Hugues Duffau
Glioma surgery with optimal outcomes regarding both overall survival and quality of life is possible only if the functional anatomy of the neural networks is well ...

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Epstein Diana Diana Epstein
Publish or perish is still a well-used phrase in today’s modern world. As managing editor of Acta Neurochirurgica, the official EANS journal, I am delighted to ...

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Esposito Giuseppe Giuseppe Esposito
The results of the last randomized control trials narrow the indication for cerebral bypass in the setting of ischemic cerebrovascular disease. However cerebral bypass ...

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Ferrer Enric Enric Ferrer
This continental neurosurgical meeting represents the maximal relevance event in Europe. At such a Congress the interchange ...

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Fountas Kostas Kostas Fountas
This year’s EANS meeting provides the opportunity for thoroughly discussing controversial neurosurgical topics. The role of decompressive craniectomy (DC) ...

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Francaviglia Natale Natale Francaviglia
Fusion has long been considered a viable surgical treatment for a variety of lumbar spinal conditions; however, the potential for increased rates of symptomatic ...

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Galzio Renato Renato Galzio
I am very happy and proud to speak about Endoscope Assisted Microneurosurgery (EAM) in the treatment of aneurysms during the next EANS Congress in the wonderful city of ...

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Germano Antonino Antonino Germano
The topic of my talk will be the analysis of the impact of Navigated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (nTMS) as a non-invasive functional diagnostic tool on the preoperative ...

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Giangaspero Felice Felice Giangaspero
As a neuropathologist, it is a privilege to be part of this international meeting and to have the opportunity to interact with distinguished neurosurgeons colleagues ...

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Goldbrunner Roland Roland Goldbrunner
Last year, the new European Guidelines on Diagnosis and Treatment of Meningiomas have been published. In my talk, I will focus on controversies and discussion points ...

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Gruber Andreas Andreas Gruber
I am very much looking forward to attending the scientific and social events at 2017 EANS congress in Venice. EANS meetings are more than just major events in the field of academic...

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Haenggi Daniel Daniel Haenggi
The EANS meeting has become the most important event for European neurosurgeons through all ages. Working together within all parts of Europe should be considered ...

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Hopkins L Nick L Nick Hopkins
Innovation in CVD and stroke will focus on new concepts in care delivery and in medical technology development. Breaking down the silos in which vascular ...

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Hutchinson Peter Peter Hutchinson
My talks at EANS2017 are (i) 'Neurotrauma: I can do with limited resources' about global neurotrauma and research projects in low and middle income countries, and (ii) ...

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Ivanov Marcel Marcel Ivanov
The EANS 2017 in Venice will be a unique opportunity to share the latest developments in our profession and to build new bridges between neurosurgeons ...

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Juhler Marianne Marianne Juhler
Marianne Juhler is professor of neurosurgery at Copenhagen University. She is the head of Copenhagen CSF Study Group, which is a research group dedicated to both clinical ...

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Kato Yoko Yoko Kato
I would like to congratulate the organizing committee of EANS for organizing such a wonderful academic feast in Venice in October. It will be a great time to share experiences ...

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Kiris Talat Talat Kiris
I am very happy to be a part of the 2017 EANS meeting which will be held in my dream city Venice. The prognosis of Brain Cancer remains ...

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Korja Miikka Miikka Korja
In many fields of neurosurgery, such as cerebrovascular neurosurgery, little if any high-quality evidence for effectiveness of preventive treatments exists ...

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Kubben Pieter Pieter Kubben
As the developer of the NeuroMind app I have always been looking to combine neurosurgery and information technology. I will do so at the EANS 2017 meeting ...

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Landeiro Jose Alberto Jose Alberto Landeiro
The EANS is a unique opportunity to join outstanding speakers from all areas of neurosurgery. This is a moment to see old friends and make new ones ...

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Michele Lanotte Michele Lanotte
I am delighted to take part in EANS201. Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is a well established treatment for movement disorders ...

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Lavano Angelo Angelo Lavano
Neurostimulation therapy, carried out through lead implantation into brain, over spinal cord or to peripheral nerve, modulates activity of peripheral and central ...

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Laws Edward Edward Laws
EANS 2017 will be a great forum for the enthusiasm that surrounds the endoscopic trans nasal approaches to a variety of tumors of the anterior skull base ...

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Lombardi Giuseppe Giuseppe Lombardi
Glioblastoma is the most common primary malignant brain tumor in adults and despite the use of maximal safe surgical resection, radiation therapy and alkylating agents ...

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Luoto Teemu Teemu Luoto

I’m delighted to be part of the EANS2017 faculty. It's intriguing to meet all the attending colleagues and communicate professionally. At the meeting, I’m giving two talks ...

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May Paul Paul May

I am greatly looking forward to the science, friendship  and beauty of the  EANS meeting  in  Venice. It is vitally important that the SBNS maintains and increases its engagement with our European and International colleagues , irrespective of Brexit!

Meling Torstein Torstein Meling

The EANS annual meeting is the most important arena for postgraduate learning for European neurosurgeons. I am honored to be invited and excited to attend the EANS2017 in Venice ...

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Merenda Amedeo Amedeo Merenda

Nowadays neurosurgeons and neurocritical care physicians are coping with large numbers of multimorbid patients as a consequence of prolonged life expectancy and increasing ...

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Meyer Bernhard Bernhard Meyer
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Morcos Jacques Jacques Morcos
The world of cerebrovascular surgery is ever-changing. I hope to illustrate during my Plenary presentation what I consider to be myths versus facts about ...

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Morita Akio Akio Morita
I am looking forward to joining EANS2017 in Venice. The main topic of this meeting is Neurosurgical Controversies and Solutions. ...

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Mortini Pietro Pietro Mortini
In the last 15 years, I have been focusing on multi-modal treatment in complex skull base tumours, concentrating on the disease control and patients’ quality of life ...

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Nakano Ichiro Ichiro Nakano
I will be sharing my experience in surgical treatment for malignant brain tumors and therapy development for malignant glioma. As a neuro-oncology surgeon ...

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Niemela Mika Mika Niemela
I am really looking forward to the EANS Congress in Venice and the hopefully vivid discussions on the risk of rupture of AVMs which is has been under debate recently.

Osman Farah Jibril Farah Jibril Osman
I am looking forward to attend EANS 2017, and seeing good friends and colleagues from different countries. The theme of the Congress, Controversies and Solutions..

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Park Kee Kee Park
I am delighted to introduce the concept of Global Neurosurgery in Venice. In the developing world, over 5 million essential neurosurgical cases are not being ...

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Posti Jussi Jussi Posti
My talk "The trouble with cranioplasty: why, when, how?” perfectly matches with the first part of EANS 2017 meeting’s subtitle: controversies. Both cranioplasty ...

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Potapov Alexander Alexander Potapov
Dear Colleagues, it is a great pleasure for me to participate in EANS2017. The scientific committee has done its best to put together ...

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Raabe Andreas Andreas Raabe
I'm impressed how rapidly EANS meetings are developing into one of the most important yearly scientific meetings for neurosurgeons. Venice is an excellent location ...

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Raftopoulos Christian Christian Raftopoulos
To participate at the next EANS congress 2017 in Venice represents for me a double opportunity: first, the opportunity to listen to different lectures given by experienced ...

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Rasulic Lukas Lukas Rasulic
Having in mind the dynamic development in research related to the treatment of injuries and diseases of the peripheral nervous system, the tendency for finding ...

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Roche Pierre-Hugues Pierre-Hugues Roche
I am delighted and honored to participate in the upcoming EANS Meeting in Venice. It will be an opportunity to address key issues in the field of cerebellopontine tumors ...

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Rosseau Gail Gail Rosseau
I am delighted to have this opportunity to see friends and colleagues in Venice at EANS 2017. It will be a great time to share experiences with some of the best ...

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Sames Martin Martin Sames
I am looking forward to EANS 2017 Congress in magic Venice. I am happy to see my friends from all over the world and share experience and new ideas and projects with them ...

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Samii Madjid Madjid Samii
Dear Colleagues, the permanent development of technology is more and more exposing the visualization of brain tissues not only in details of the anatomy but also in function. ...

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Scarrow Alan Alan Scarrow
I look forward to representing the Congress of Neurological Surgeons and meeting new colleagues and friends in Venice. I am particularly interested in the meeting’s theme ...

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Skrap Miran Miran Skrap
Low grade gliomas present two main aspects: the oncological request of maximal resection, which is correlated with the survival, and the functional aspects which ...

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Spagnuolo Edgardo Edgardo Spagnuolo
It´s a great honor and pleasure to participate again in a EANS Congress. Not only for me, for all the Latin American Federation of Neurosurgical Societies ...

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Spetzler Robert Robert Spetzler
I have never been disappointed with the presentations at the EANS, and am therefore looking forward to attending this year’s scientific and social events.  The pace of neurosurgical ...

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Steno Juraj Juraj Steno
One of the most controversial topics in neurosurgery is the safe extent of surgical resection of craniopharyngiomas ...

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Talacchi Andrea Andrea Talacchi
Dear Colleagues, I wish to catch your attention about the treatment evaluation. We are all very much engaged in personal technical improvement ...

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Tatagiba Marcos Marcos Tatagiba
Dear colleagues, Vestibular schwannomas (VS) belong to the most challenging tumors in Neurosurgery. There is a large ongoing debate regarding the treatment of choice in VS ...

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Tessitore Enrico Enrico Tessitore
I’m very much looking forward to EANS2017. It will be the year´s most intense gathering of Europe´s leading Neurosurgeons. I am looking forward to presenting our ...

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Tomasello Francesco Francesco Tomasello
Innovation is a driving force for the development of neurosurgery. It implies actual implementation and use of technology in a way that changes the status quo ...

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Tonn Jörg Christian Jörg Christian Tonn
I am very much looking forward to hear and discuss novel data concerning brain tumor treatment and most recent concepts in vascular neurosurgery ...

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Vajkoczy Peter Peter Vajkoczy
Despite all challenges Neurovascular Surgery remains an evolving and exciting arena of Neurosurgery. We will see a high number of exciting contributions of distinguished faculties ...

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Valentini Laura Grazia Laura Grazia Valentini
Dr Laura Grazia Valentini has been a Neurosurgeon in charge at the Neurosurgical Department of the National Neurological Institute of Milan since 1990. Regarding the EANS2017 Topic ...

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van der Zwan Albert Albert van der Zwan
Dear colleagues, the EANS Congress is much more than “only” tranferring knowledge on all neurosurgical subjects from different angles and insights ...

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Visocchi Massimiliano Massimiliano Visocchi
A variety of congenital, developmental and acquired pathologies can affect the craniovertebral  junction  leading to bulbo-medullary compression. Surgical treatment remains challenging due to the ...

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Watts Colin Colin Watts
I am looking forward to an exciting scientific and clinical meeting showcasing some of the best talent in Europe and bringing together world-class expertise across a wide range of surgical topics.

Welch Babu Babu Welch
I appreciate the opportunity to attend and contribute to the EANS meeting this year.  In prior meetings, I have enjoyed the open discussions and intellectual enthusiasm ...

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Xu Ran Ran Xu
I am looking forward to sharing our laboratory data on vascular and cardiac changes in the setting of experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage and even more so, to a thriving discussion with scientific and clinical experts on such topic in this unique meeting. 



Zona Gianluigi Gianluigi Zona
As usually in the past EANS meetings, I’m waiting for stimulating discussions during the scientific sessions in a friendly environment. Decompressive craniotomy in severe ...

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