About the ESC
About the European Stroke Conference
In 1990 the European Stroke Conference (ESC) was founded by J.Bogousslavsky (Switzerland) and M.G. Hennerici (Germany) to support regular scientific exchange among clinicians and researchers interested in the pathobiology, pathophysiology as well as diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular diseases all around the world. Annual meetings have been organised in different places in Europe with increasing interest and attendance of up to > 4000 people: from the first meeting in Duesseldorf, Germany (1990) to Lisboa (Portugal) (2012), London (UK)(2013) and Nice, (France) (2014), Vienna, (Austria) (2015), Venice (Italy)(2016) the ESC became a leading international conference of stroke related science worldwide.
Active participation by researchers in various fields of stroke related basic and clinical sciences contributed to an extensive scientific and educational programme published on the conference´s homepage www.eurostroke.eu and affiliated journal Cerebrovascular Diseases www.karger.ch/ced . Interdisciplinary scientific research and clinical cooperation in different areas of stroke related medical disciplines ( neurology, internal medicine, rehabilitation, brain- and vascular imaging, interventional/surgical and medical treatment, intensive and stroke unit care, experimental and clinical trials, etc ) as well as individual communication and exchange of knowledge among people active in daily practice as well as stroke management granted protocols characterised all activities around the annual ESCs and created an open minded framework in a friendly atmosphere open for presentation, exchange of ideas and expertise among young and advanced experts in the fields.
The ESC is financially independant from any profit-oriented organisations!
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