Event Date: 09 May 2019 to 10 May 2019

Joint British and Danish ILAE British Advanced Epilepsy Meeting: Channelopathies and Neurosurgery

Event Notes:

Overview: This two-day meeting of the British and Danish ILAE branches addresses two topics of advanced epileptology: epilepsy surgery and channelopathies. Experts in these fields will review the state of the art of these rapidly developing areas. Case presentations will help to relate new knowledge in clinical practice. Following the meeting, participants will be able to: Comprehend risks and benefits of epilepsy surgery; Identify patients who need to be evaluated for epilepsy surgery; Understand the importance of the multidisciplinary approach in presurgical evaluation; Integrate novel diagnostic and surgical techniques in presurgical evaluation; Comprehend the importance of channelopathies in patients with epilepsy; Identify patients in whom genetic testing for channelopathies is indicated; Use precision medicine in treatment of patients with channelopathies. Abstracts. We are inviting abstract submissions describing Epilepsy Surgery cases for possible presentation. Abstracts describing worked up, adult and paediatric cases who have undergone epilepsy surgery, where there are interesting and educational aspects will be chosen for presentation. To view the guideline and submit an abstract visit the conference website. Important Deadlines: Abstract submission deadline: February 28th, 2019 at 23:00 hrs; Abstract acceptance: 23rd March 2019; Deadline for author registration: 31st March 2019. Registration fee: £220

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