On behalf of the Organising Committee for the 31st International Epilepsy Congress, we would like to express our thanks to you for attending and actively participating in this Congress. We hope the congress proved instructive and entertaining for you, as well as providing you with an excellent opportunity for networking and meeting colleagues from around the world.
Thank you to all the delegates and speakers who made the 31st International Epilepsy Congress such a success and memorable event.
Some pictures from the Award Symposium.
On Sunday afternoon, Matthew Diamond was awarded the Epilepsia Prize and presented his winning paper entitled IL-1β associations with posttraumatic epilepsy development: a genetics and biomarker cohort study during the Award Symposium.
From left to right: Emilio Perucca, Astrid Nehlig, Matthew Diamond, Michael Sperling and Gary Mathern.
On Monday afternoon, Alexandra Liava was awarded the Epileptic Disorder Educational Prize and presented her winning paper entitled Paediatric epilepsy surgery in the posterior cortex: a study of 62 cases during the Award Symposium.
From left to right: Alexis Arzimanoglou, Alexandra Liava and Emilio Perucca
On Tuesday afternoon, Jeanne Paz was awarded the Michael Prize and presented her winning paper entitled “Closed loop optogenetic control of epileptic seizures” during the Award Symposium.
On Saturday, during the WONOEP highlights session the Harinarayan Young Neuroscientist Award was presented to Cristina Ruedell Reschke (Dublin, Ireland) and Ping Zheng (Melbourne, Australia).
and Raman Sankar
Cristina Ruedell Reschke
and Raman Sankar
The congress is organised jointly by the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) and the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) .