European Charcot Foundation – 23rd Annual Meeting

Posted in Courses & Conferences on 23rd Jul 2015

Early Bird rate before 31st July

The European Charcot Foundation is a non-profit independent organisation to advance Multiple Sclerosis research in Europe, sponsored by private organisations, Multiple Sclerosis Societies and Industry.

The European Charcot Foundation is a ‘learned society’. The Board of the Foundation is composed of high ranking MS researchers in Europe and one U.S.A. member. At its Annual Meetings, the Foundation is directive in indicating new lines in MS research. Having identified these lines, the Foundation is active in finding funds to realise them.

The European Charcot Foundation establishes an interface between the Pharmaceutical Industries and the Clinical World. Its collaborative base consists of 500 MS research institutes and 1500 MS investigators. The European Charcot Foundation is registered at the Chamber of Commerce in Leuven, Belgium. It is governed by a co-opted Board of recognised active MS researchers.

From 26 until 28 November, the European Charcot Foundation will hold its 23rd Annual Meeting in Baveno, Italy.

The theme of this year’s Annual Meeting “Enhancing recovery in multiple sclerosis: from basic science to recovery” promises an excellent scientific programme, available soon on the Annual Meeting website.

Register early and save

With the summer holiday approaching fast, make sure to register now and secure your place for the 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Charcot Foundation.

Register online before 31 July 2015 and take advantage of the Early Bird registration rate, saving nearly 14% on your registration fee.

Learn about the latest developments in the field of MS research and enjoy the opportunity to discuss and network with colleagues and experts from across the globe.

Click here to register now!

We hope to welcome you in Baveno in November!

Kind regards,

Prof. G. Comi
President of The European Charcot Foundation

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