Postgrados y Educación Continua

Inicio > Seminarios > XI Simposio Internacional de Neurología de Santiago 2019
XI Simposio Internacional de Neurología de Santiago 2019

XI Simposio Internacional de Neurología de Santiago 2019

Descripción del programa

Onceava versión del Simposio Internacional de Neurología, organizado por la Corporación de Investigación Neurológica de Santiago y la Universidad de los Andes. Contará con expositores de gran calidad e internacionalmente reconocidos, los cuales hablarán de los avances en el área neurología y neuropediatría.

 

VALORES:

  • Médicos:

Inscripción Temprana (hasta 07 julio) $60.000
Inscripción Tardía (desde 08 julio): $80.000
Pago el día del Congreso: $100.000

  • Becados, alumnos, médicos Clínica Dávila , Clínica Santa María y Clínica Universidad de los Andes: sin costo, solo inscribirse online.
  • Otros profesionales (enfermería, terapia ocupacional, kinesiolofía, fonoaudiología y otros) : sin costo, solo inscribirse online.
  • Foreign Neurologist: register for free.

 

Temáticas

  • Accidente cerebrovascular.
  • Movimientos Anormales
  • Esclerosis múltiple
  • Neuroinmunología
  • Neuropediatría

Dirigido a

Neurólogos de adultos, Neuropediatras, Becados de Neurología, Médicos Internistas, Intensivistas, Neurorradiólogos, Médicos Generales, Kinesiólogos, Fonoaudiólogos, Terapeutas Ocupacional, Enfermeras.

Expositores

Olaf Stuve M.D., Ph.D.

Expert in MS, Neuroimmunology, Neuropharmacology.
Associate Professor Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.
Chief Neurology Section VA North Texas Health Care System, Medical Service.
Dallas VA Medical Center.

Eoin P. Flanagan, M.B., B.Ch.

Eoin P. Flanagan, M.B., B.Ch., is a neurologist who conducts research in transverse myelitis, neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders, paraneoplastic and other autoimmune neurological disorders of the central nervous system. He has additional research interests in multiple sclerosis and spinal cord sarcoidosis.
Dr. Flanagan studies the clinical, imaging patterns and antibody associations of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases of the spinal cord (myelitis) and their mimics. He is also interested in autoimmune disorders of the brain (encephalitis), optic nerve (optic neuritis) and related disorders (multiple sclerosis).

Focus areas

Myelitis. Dr. Flanagan has established a reputation as an expert in spinal cord diseases. He hasstudied MRI patterns of transverse myelitis, neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders, multiple sclerosis and their mimics (spinal cord sarcoidosis). Dr. Flanagan is also interested in studying the novel autoantibodies that are associated with autoimmune spinal cord diseases (myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein autoantibody-associated demyelinating diseases).
Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders (NMOSDs). Dr. Flanagan studies the epidemiology andtheclinical, imaging and laboratory attributes and treatment of NMOSDs.
Autoimmune and paraneoplastic neurologic disorders. Dr. Flanagan studies the epidemiology, clinical and radiologic features and treatment responses of autoimmune and paraneoplastic diseases of the central nervous system, including autoimmune dementia and autoimmune encephalitis.

Dr. Fernando Mulas

Neuropediatrician, Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (University of Valencia)
Specialist in Neurology. Specialist qualified in Pediatrics
Airplanes of preferred professional activity: Neurodevelopment, TDAH, Epilepsy, Autism and PCI. 

Dr. Fernando Mulas

Director of Pediatric Epilepsy at Mayo Clinic. Her clinical focus includes:
Early-onset epilepsies and epileptic encephalopathies, including West syndrome, Dravet syndrome, myoclonic atonic epilepsy of Doose, Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and CSWS
Medically intractable pediatric epilepsy
Ketogenic diet therapy
Surgical therapy for epilepsy

Dr. Sara Hocker

Mayo Clinic Rochester
Conditions treated
Cerebrovascular disease
Stroke
Interests
Critical care neurology
Status epilepticus
Teaching acute neurology through simulation
based education

Prof. Matthew Kiernan
Brain and Mind Centre
University of Sidney
Neuromuscular Disorders

Auspiciadores