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Stroke is the most frequent cause of adult handicap in Western countries.
The Geneva area hosts several leading scientists, engineers, and physicians
working on new treatment approaches for stroke and their underlying mechanisms.
In order to exchange progress with the international community, we
invite you to join us for an interdisciplinary symposium on this topic. This day is
destined to physicians, scientists, engineers, students and therapists working in
the field of stroke and rehabilitation and will bring together local and international
experts around the question: how can we improve recovery after stroke.
With its interdisciplinary approach and its pioneering spirit, the symposium will
explore the frontiers of current knowledge and present new approaches and
Cornelius Weiller, Freiburg
François Chollet, Toulouse
Adrian Guggisberg, HUG
Armin Schnider, HUG
Patrik Michel, CHUV
Andreas Kleinschmidt, HUG
Emmanuel Carrera, HUG
Jocelyne Bloch, CHUV
Lorenz Hirt, CHUV
Friedhelm Hummel, EPFL
Silvestro Micera, EPFL
Robert Leeb, EPFL
Grégoire Courtine, EPFL
Olaf Blanke, EPFL
Hôpitaux universitaires de Genève
Auditoire Marcel-Jenny, rez-de-chaussée
Rue Gabrielle-Perret-Gentil 4, 1205 Genève
Registration fee: CHF 100.- (50.- for students), includes lunch and coffee breaks.
To register please pay the registration fee to the following account:
No IBAN: CH97 0078 8000 S077 5005 2
No SWIFT: BCGECHGG
Motif de versement: CGR 75652 NS-Lemanic Symposium
Registration is only valid once payment has been received.
Registration is open until October 31st.
Pr A. Guggisberg, Division of Neurorehabilitation, HUG