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The 26. European Stroke Conference closed! Thank you very for being with us. This meeting was again most successful! Free of any industrial influence, (which is most important – democracy is important, too but not enough), stimulant and open discussions, high scientific symposia, plenary sessions, teaching courses, hands on sessions and awards an travel grants….

We do hope to see you all in Athens, Greece 2018!

Please find the Preliminary Programme E-book for the 26. European Stroke Conference in Berlin, Germany 2017 (pre-final version 18.May 2017) including nearly all programme details and all abstracts!

Preliminary Scientific Programme E-book

See you in Athens 2018!

27. ESC Athens, Greece 2018


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After a tremendously exciting ESC in Venice we thank you all for your wonderful contributions, vivid discussions and support for the future!
Please follow the series of exciting reports from Venice on our homepage:

Please find the new webdocumentation from the European Stroke Conference in Venice, Italy 2016.

Webdocumentation ESC Venice, Italy 2016

The 25. European Stroke Conference in Venice, Italy 2016 on Demand

We are proud to present the videos from the 25. ESC 2016 which you can rent for 3 months at a nominal charge, only.
We publish the following 3 sections:
Symposia, Teaching courses and Specialties from the 25. European Stroke Conference 2016 in Venice, Italy. 
The production was founded by the “European Stroke Research Foundation – ESRF” and produced
by the ESC Media Team ( Marion Hennerici, Lucia Hennerici, Eileen Northing, Christophe Becker)

All speakers gave permission for educational publication – we are very grateful for their support.

Opening Session
Chairpersons: JP Mohr, USA and M.G. Hennerici, Germany

Opening from the 25. ESC in Venice, Ialy

Stroke and seizures
Chairpersons: P.N. Varelas, , USA and J. Claassen, USA

Is aphasia due to the infarct or due to an epileptic phenomenon?
A. Chatzikonstantinou, Germany 

A. Chatzikonstantinou, Germany

CAS by non-neurointerventionalists can provide many of the requisite cognitive assets to allow alternate specialties to contribute to acute stroke manpower needs
W. A. Gray, USA

W.A. Gray, USA


The 25th ESC (Event code: 13593) was granted 15 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)
Listen to the interview/messages from Prof. Michael Hennerici, ESC Chair
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Programme Update including all abstracts 29 March 2016…
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esrflogoThe European Stroke Research Foundation – ESRF – supports the ESC since 2014 as a registered, public controlled charity independent from any lobbyism and organized influence: we are pleased to announce after the ESC in Vienna another 40. 000 € budget for young investigators attendance with 100 travel grants and special awards for those who succeeded in the anonymous abstract rating process! Congratulations to all winners! See you in Berlin, Germany 2017!

The ESC is financially independant from any profit-oriented organisations!

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