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1st Erasmus MC Conference on Acute Stroke Treatment, Rotterdam

24-25 mrt 2017


Welcome

The organizing committee of the 1st Erasmus MC Conference on Acute Stroke Treatment is delighted to invite you to the city of Rotterdam.

The publication of the landmark studies on intra-arterial thrombectomy (IAT) for acute ischemic stroke has caused an unprecedented enthusiasm among stroke specialists. Yet, we definitely need further refinement and improvement of treatment of acute stroke patients, including those with intracerebral hemorrhage. It is therefore the ideal moment to bring together world-leading clinical experts on acute stroke treatment and basic scientists as well as young talented researchers.

The 1st Erasmus MC Conference on Acute Stroke Treatment aims to provide an overview of the current status of acute stroke treatment, to highlight current basic and research activities, to foster exchange of knowledge between basic and clinical scientists, and to create an optimal environment for interaction between experts and young researchers.

The conference is a place where scientific communities of different disciplines present, discuss and exchange their ideas. During the conference, experts will present an overview of all topics currently relevant in acute stoke treatment. In addition, clinical and basic researchers will present their newest and exciting results in the main sessions as well as during poster sessions, and interact directly with leading experts. Two workshops, on neuro-imaging and trial design for stroke, will be organized for young clinicians/researchers.

Rotterdam is the city of the future. Bombed during World War II, the Netherlands’ second-biggest city and Europe’s busiest port became a drafting table for visionary architects. With the recently finished and already famous ‘Market Hall’, Rem Koolhaas’ ‘Rotterdam’, and the new central station, the skyline is always changing. Therefore, Rotterdam is an ideal city not only for updating knowledge and skills of all participants but also for an interesting social and cultural program.

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  • wo 28 september 2016 12:48