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We will welcome the eminent Professor Alexis Arzimanoglou as Research Moderator for this very special meeting. Professor Arzimanoglou is the Director of the Epilepsy, Sleep and Paediatric Neurophysiology Department at the University Hospitals of Lyon, France; Consultant and Coordinator of the Epilepsy Program of the Epilepsy Unit at SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital; a member of the DYCOG research team at the Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon and the Coordinator of the European Reference Network (ERN) for complex epilepsies EpiCare. Alexis’ clinical and research activities are focused on the pharmacological and surgical management of childhood epilepsies, cognitive development and emotional regulation disorders in children with focal epilepsies.
This year we are looking to celebrate the achievements of the unit over the last 10 years and to look to the incredible potential of the next.
5pm UK time/6pm CET – (pushed forward as 1st January is the 1st Wednesday)
5pm UK time/ 6pm CET – (pushed forward as 1st January is the 1st Wednesday)
6pm UK time/7pm CET
We have the pleasure to inform you that the 1st International Symposium on Genetic Syndromes with Movement Disorders and Epilepsy will be held in Barcelona, Spain on February 6-7, 2020. This first edition is organized in the continuity of the International Symposium on Child Movement Disorders, which gathered every other year more than 300 professionals from 30 different countries since 2004. The best-qualified experts involved in pediatric movement disorders took part in this biannual meeting.
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