ESC Vienna 2015


Retrospects to the
24. ESC in Vienna, Austria 2015

Welcome Message

On behalf of the European Stroke Conference (ESC) it is my pleasure to invite you all to the XXIV European Stroke Conference in Vienna 2015 – back to Austria, where the conference first met at the turn of the century in 2000. We invite all of you to contribute to our annual meeting and acknowledge your support through submission of proposals
 for teaching courses, the nurses and AHP educational programme, mini- and educational symposia, lectures as well as new topics.
We also invite you to submit abstracts for oral and poster sessions on our homepage starting on the 12 October 2014!. We will continue to organise e-poster sessions using terminals with a huge screen, which allow all the participants of the ESC to interact with the contributor’s poster, watch videos and search for items listed in our network.
As announced in Nice right now, we ask all of you to contribute to the programme of the 2015 ESC with your own proposals in addition to the regular CME approved comments: let us know what you preferred in particular sessions of the current programme as well as what you missed – we will include as many suggestions as possible in the programme of the forthcoming conference.
Applications to support the scientific committee individually are also welcome – please let us know your ideas, special expertise and expectations. Aspects of translational research with corresponding experimental and clinical studies are of great interest and will gain more importance in the future along with many other issues. In particular, we encourage members from all specialties related to stroke worldwide to join the ESC in Vienna 2015.
The european stroke research foundation – esrf will sponsor 20 Young Investigator Awards and the J.J. Wepfer Award to strengthen that both beginners and seniors in stroke research all contribute to our common goal, to improve and exchange our knowledge in scientific research as well as clinical management and prevention of a devastating disease.
We look forward to your contributions and by communicating your own ideas and
cordially invite you all to Vienna in spring time 2015.

Michael G. Hennerici on behalf of the ESC


Special ESC Lecture 2015

Walter. J. Koroshetz MD Director of the NINDS presented the annual Special ESC Lecture entitled Priorities for stroke research at NIH – topics and process . In his outstanding lecture he covered the wide range from experimental to clinical research programs currently ongoing or planned for the future at the NIH and presented breath-taking insights in upcoming neuro-technologies including multidimensional brain imaging of magnificent resolution . At the end of the ESC in Vienna the large auditorium was speechless with amazement and thanked him with a long-lasting big applause. ESC-2015-Lecture

ESRF Fundings 2015

Congratulations to the
“Wepfer Award Winner 2015” Prof R. Sacco, USA 

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The “Johann Jacob Wepfer Award” of the ESRF/ESC honors scientists for their outstanding scientific work in the field of cerebrovascular diseases and significant contributions to our knowledge about treatment of acute stroke.

Among many abstracts submissions 20 JUNIOR INVESTIGATOR TRAVEL GRANT
APPLICATIONS have been selected by ESC and ESRF board members.

In addition 21 HIGHLIGHT PRICES will be awarded for best ranked
abstract submissions on basic and clinical research from 14 countries around
the world.

Congratulations to the “Award Winners 2015”!

all winners

Congratulations to the “Travel Grant Winners 2015”


 Please find the e-book from the 24. ESC in Vienna, Austria 2015 in the “ESC Archive”



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