This year’s Epilepsy Day will discuss the current status, gaps, and future perspectives of epilepsy surgery in general and Quebec in particular. A panel of experts will tackle important issues including indications, innovative approaches, and clinical outcomes, both in pediatric and adult patients with difficult-to-treat epilepsies. Poster presentations will feature ongoing research from academic centers across the Province, providing an opportunity for more interactions and discussions. We welcome academic or practicing neurologists, epileptologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, neuroscientists, neurology or neurosurgery residents, graduate students and trainees, nurses, social workers, as well as other professionals or researchers in epilepsy care. CME accreditation will be offered.
The Pierre Gloor Lecture will be delivered by Dr. O.C. Snead III of the Sick Kids Research Institute, University of Toronto, Toronto. The lecture will take place in the Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre at 4:00 PM, a reception will follow.
Call for Abstracts
You may submit an abstract to contribute to the poster sessions of the Annual MNI Epilepsy day taking place on April 19, 2018. The abstract submission deadline is Friday, March 30, 2018. Following a review by the program scientific committee, authors of the most promising submissions will be asked to present their poster. This contest is open to clinical and research fellows, residents, medical students, post-docs and graduate students.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
- Abstracts should be limited to one page of text on a Word document, not to exceed 500 words.
- Presenting author's contact details should contain: email address, full postal address, telephone number, author details, full and first family name(s) and affiliation details (department/institution/hospital/city).
- Single space, but leave a space between the title/author and the main text.
Email your submission to: andrea.bernasconi [at] mcgill.ca