2017 WSSFN – XVII World Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery Meeting – Berlin


XVII World Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery Meeting – Berlin 2017

WSSFN Berlin 2017
Del 26 al 29 de Junio de 2017 tendrá lugar en Berlín (Alemania) la XXVII Reunión de la Sociedad Mundial de Neurocirugía Funcional y Estereotáxica.
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WSSFN Berlin 2017

WSSFN Officers

President, Joachim K. Krauss, Hannover, Germany
Vice-President, Michael Schulder, Manhasset, USA
Secretary-Treasurer, Jin Woo Chang, Seoul, Korea
Vice Secretary-Treasurer, Konstantin Slavin, Chicago, USA
2nd Vice Secretary-Treasurer, Osvaldo Vilela Filho, Goiânia, Brazil
Past President, Takaomi Taira, Tokyo, Japan

Historians, Philip L. Gildenberg, Houston, USA, Giovanni Broggi, Milano, Italy
Board of Directors,
Ron Alterman, Boston, USA
Tipu Aziz, Oxford, UK
Jocelyne Bloch, Lausanne, Switzerland
Patric Blomstedt, Umeå, Sweden
Youssef G. Comair, Beirut, Lebanon
G. Rees Cosgrove, Boston, USA
Paresh Doshi, Mumbai, India
Jairo Espinoza, Bogota, Columbia
Marwan Hariz, London, UK
Mojgan Hodaie, Toronto, Canada
Christopher R. Honey, Vancouver, Canada
Michael Kaplitt, New York, USA
Zelma Kiss, Calgary, Canada
Kendall Lee, Rochester, USA
Joseph Neimat, Nashville, USA
Jean Regis, Marseille, France
Ali Rezai, Columbus, USA
Rick Schuurman, Amsterdam, NL
Vladimir Shabalov, Moscow, Russia
Byung-chul Son, Seoul, Korea
Roberto Spiegelmann, Tel Hashomer, Israel
Hiroki Toda, Osaka, Japan
Jürgen Voges, Magdeburg, Germany

Continental Vice Presidents
North America: Douglas Kondziolka, New York, USA
Central & South America: Fabian Piedimonte, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Europe: Bart Nuttin, Leuven, Belgium
Asia: Bomin Sun, Shanghai, China
Africa/Near Middle East: Graham Fieggen, Cape Town, South Africa
Oceania: Terry Coyne, Queensland, Australia
Web Master: Clement Hamani, Toronto, Canada
Newsletter Editor: Erich Richter, New Orleans, USA
Membership
Jason M. Schwalb, West Bloomfield, USA
Journal Editor
David W. Roberts, Lebanon, USA
WSSFN Committee Heads
Psychiatric Neurosurgery: Bart Nuttin, Leuven, Belgium
Education: Joachim K. Krauss, Hannover, Germany
Scientific Research: Andres Lozano, Toronto, Canada
Industrial Relations: Joseph Neimat, Nashville, USA
WSSFN Scientific Program Chairs
Mojgan Hodaie, Toronto, Canada
Jean Regis, Marseille, France
Congress Organisation
MCO Congrès
Villa Gaby – 285 Corniche du Président JF Kennedy
13007 Marseille
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Contact : [email protected]

Welcome message from the WSSFN President

Dear colleagues, dear guests and friends of WSSFN,
Welcome to the 17th Quadrennial Meeting of the World Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery in June 2017 in Berlin! The motto of the meeting this time is Emerging Techniques and Indications. This is the opportunity to learn about the most exciting new developments in functional and stereotactic neurosurgery, to see cutting edge technology, to update your knowledge and to meet peers from all around the world.

WSSFN has been growing at an unprecedented pace within the past few years reflecting both multitude and diversity. WSSFN now is a true and vibrating world society operating all over the globe! After the mutual benefit plan had been launched, negotiations were started with several continental and regional societies for stereotactic and functional neurosurgery. Now the seeds have become trees. In addition to the American (ASSFN) and the European (ESSFN) societies, five other societies have become affiliated with WSSFN – the societies from India (ISSFN), from Japan (JSSFN), from Korea (KSSFN), from the Middle East (MSSFN), and
from Latin America (SLANFE). What was a club of friends a couple of decades ago has become a world wide net
for scientific exchange, innovation, mutual support and education.

Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery has become one of the most important areas of added competence within neurosurgery. It is the field with the biggest progress being made and it has a larger impact than ever before. Actually, the concepts of our superspecialty have penetrated the whole field of neurosurgery changing its core forever.

WSSFN has become a very busy society. In addition to the big quadrennial meetings we have organized Interim meetings concentrating more on education, and we sponsor more focused conferences by the label “Under the auspices of WSSFN.” We have established several committees concerned with special topics such as Psychiatric Surgery, Education, Scientific Research and Industrial Relations. We stay connected with our membership via our website and regular newsletters. And our journal Stereotactic and Functional
Neurosurgery has become an attractive medium to publish your research.

WSSFN will welcome you in Berlin in June 2017 with a most attractive program. The Scientific Program Committee has been working hard to prepare a program that we are sure will be of great interest and stimulate discussion. There will be workshops, breakfast seminars, plenary and parallel sessions, award ceremonies, debates, sponsored lunch symposia, oral and poster presentations of the newest research, a history exhibition, and an Intensive Course for Industry Professionals. And last not least, this is the time to meet old friends and to make new friends in a most pleasant atmosphere.

Looking forward to seeing you there,

Joachim K. Krauss, Hannover, Germany
President WSSFN

Main topics

Movement Disorders

Parkinson’s disease, Tremor, Dystonia
What happened in PPN DBS?
PSA or cZiDBS, Tic / Tourrette

Psychiatric Disorders

Depression, OCD, Schizophrenia, Addiction
Others

Epilepsy

Anterior thalamic DBS, STN DBS, Vagal nerve stimulation
Neuropace, Mesial temporal ablations

New Indications for DBS

Alzheimers dementia, Obesity
Others

Stereotactic Operations for Mass Lesions

Tumor ablation, Convection enhanced delivery

Pain

Trigeminal neuralgia, New devices for spinal cord stimulation, SCS for angina, heart insufficiency, ischemia etc
Peripheral and field stimulation, Intrathecal drug administration, DBS/MCS

Spasticity

Baclofen, Selective dorsal rhizotomy, neurotomy, Botox treatment

Restorative Neurosurgery

Gene therapy, Stem cell therapy, Spinal cord regeneration

Radiosurgery

Functional radiosurgery, Progress in stereotacticradiosurgery

Novel Technologies

Advanced imaging modalities, Robotic neurosurgery, Focused ultrasound for neurosurgery

Neuro-ethics

Treatment of psychiatric disorders, Expanding indications for DBS

Neuroimaging for Functional Neurosurgery

Intraoperative MRI and CT, Advanced MRI modalities, DTI

Debate Sessions

Microrecording: essential or not?
Radiosurgery vs Microvascular decompression, Other topics

Other Topics

Risk and complication avoidance in DBS surgery
Functional neurosurgery in developing countries
New anticonvulsant drugs vs epilepsy surgery
Microsurgical techniques in functional neurosurgery
Functional neurosurgery program development
Advancing clinical and basic science research

Program

MONDAY 26 JUNE

9:00-11:30 OFFICER’S MEETING Kaminzimmer

8:00-12:00 PRE-MEETING WORKSHOPS

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Bill Hutchison Potsdam I/III
Moderators: Erich Richter, Hagai Bergman
• Techniques in microelectrode recording. Bill Hutchison
• Physiology of the thalamus and basal ganglia in movement disorder surgery. Zvi Israel
• Current models of basal ganglia circuitry. Hagai Bergman
• Basal ganglia physiology in animal models. Mesbah Alam
• Selected cases – recordings and interpretation. Brigit Piallat
• Effect of sedation and anesthesia on recordings. Alexandre Eusebio
• Neural rhythms in MD surgery. Sameer Sheth
EPILEPSY WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Faisal Al-Otaibi Bellevue
Moderators: Igor Trifonof, Claudio Pollo
• Assessment of surgical patients. Youssef Comair
• The role of adjunct testing in epilepsy. Faisal Al-Otaibi
• Electrocorticography. Antonio Goncalves Ferreira
• StereoEEG recordings. Jorge Martinez
• Temporal lobectomy. Claudio Pollo
• Functional imaging. Dario Englot
• Laser ablation in epilepsy. Chen Wu
• How epilepsy helps us understand cognition and memory. Itzhak Fried
• MEG. Masaki Iwasaki
RADIOSURGERY WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Jean Régis Pavillon
Moderators: Moto Hayashi, Roberto Spiegelman
• Fundamentals of radiosurgery-from frames to physics. Antonio DeSalles
• Radiosurgery for benign tumors. Marc Levivier
• Radiosurgery for acoustic neuromas. Jean Régis
• Radiosurgery for metastatic disease. David Mathieu
• Functional radiosurgery. Roberto Martinez
• Radiosurgery for treatment of arteriovenous malformations. Roman Liscak
PAIN SURGERY WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Marc Sindou Tegel
Moderators: Wolfgang Hamel, Chris Honey
• Trigeminal neuralgia and facial pain. Marc Sindou
• Spinal cord stimulation. Josh Rosenow
• DREZ lesioning. Peter Konrad
• DBS for pain. Alex Green
• Surgical treatment of headache syndromes. Denys Fontaine
• Motor cortex stimulation. Gaston Schechtmann
• Sphenopalatine ganglion stimulation. Jocelyn Bloch
• DRG stimulation. Jan Vesper
TREATMENT OF TOURETTE’S SYNDROME WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Yasin Temel Schinkel I-II
Moderators: Mansour Parvaresh, Rees Cosgrove
• Overview of Tourette’s syndrome. Ludvic Zrinzo
• Psychiatric issues in Tourette’s. Kirsten Müller-Vahl
• Surgical patient selection. Yasin Temel
• Treatment of Tourette with GPi stimulation. Veerle Visser-Vanderwalle
• Treatment of Tourette with GPe stimulation. Oswaldo Vilela Filho
• Treatment of Tourette with thalamic stimulation. Terry Coyne

12:00-14:00 LUNCH INDUSTRIAL SYMPOSIUM Bellevue-Tegel

12:00-14:00 SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM SPONSORED BY WSSFN Pavillon-Schinkel I-III

DBS WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Erlick Pereira Pavillon
Moderators: Jorge Guridi, Angelo Franzini
• Methods of stereotaxy, Cartesian coordinates, frame application. Romain Carron
• Targets, frames and maximizing trageting accuracy. Patric Blomstedt
• Nexframe and Starfix systems. Joseph Neimat
• Neuromodulation for movement disorders-technique, indications and current outcomes. Stephan Chabardes
• Neuromodulation for epilepsy. Dirk van Roost
• Neuromodulation for novel indications: Depression, Alzheimers, Anorexia. Clement Hamani
• DBS complications. Fiorella Contarino
• Neuromodulation for pain. Erlick Pereira
STEREOTACTIC AND FUNCTIONAL NEUROSURGERY WORKSHOP FOR INDUSTRY Potsdam I/III
Coordinator: Michael Schulder
Moderators: Michael Schulder, Paresh Doshi
• A primer of Neurodegenerative disorders. Suneil Kalia
• Introduction to movement disorder surgery-targets, techniques and indications. Paresh Doshi
• Preoperative patient assessment-how do we select surgical candidates? Jens Volkmann
• Novel indications for treatment. Michael Schulder
• The delicate art of programming – What are the key issues? Jörg Müller
• Movement disorders – the patient’s perspective and impact on quality of life. Gun-Marie Hariz
• What I always wanted to know about Functional Neurosurgery-(but was afraid to ask…). All Faculty
LESIONING WORKSHOP-Coordinator: Jin Woo Chang Tegel
Moderator: Jin Woo Chang, Emil Isagulyan
• Historical aspects of lesioning -from Cooper’s cryolesioning to HiFU. Takaomi Taira
• Lesioning using invasive methods. Tipu Aziz
• Radiosurgical lesioning. Sun Ha Paek
• Stereotactic laser ablation surgery. Bob Gross
• Lesioning using HiFU. Nir Lipsman
• Lesioning for unusual movement disorders. Takaomi Taira
• Increasing the accuracy of lesioning procedures. Mojgan Hodaie
EDUCATION AND TRAINING WORKSHOP in collaboration with ESSFN Schinkel I-II
and WSSFN Education Committees-Coordinators: Jean Régis and Joachim Krauss
Moderators: Jean Régis, Joachim Krauss
• Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery across the globe-The diverse aspects of treatment. Jairo Espinosa
• A comprehensive fellowship in SFN – What should it include? Zelma Kiss
• Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery in Taiwan. Jung Tung Liu
• Setting up a DBS program in Indonesia. Achmed Fahmi
• Starting a functional neurosurgery group. Akmal Hussain
• Setting up an epilepsy center. Andy Parrent
• Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery in Africa. Graham Fieggen
• Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery in South America. Fabian Piedimonte
• Stereotactic and Functional Neurosrugery in Tunisia. Guenane Lakhdar, Benaissa Abdennebi
SURGERY FOR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS WORKSHOP Bellevue
Coordinators: Bart Nuttin, Marwan Hariz, Keith Matthews
• Introduction: Is surgery for psychiatric disorders really needed? Marwan Hariz
• DBS for OCD: why it is not flying like DBS for PD? Bart Nuttin
• Two failed trials of DBS for depression; what went wrong? Andres Lozano
• What happened to STN DBS for OCD? Luc Mallet
• When is a patient with OCD treatment refractory? David Christmas
• When is a patient with major depression treatment refractory? Raphaëlle Richieri
• Long-term outcome of DBS for OCD with emphasis on side-effects. Rick Schuurman
• DBS for addiction. Jürgen Voges
• DBS for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Ali Rezai
• Ablative surgery for aggressiveness. Osvaldo Filela-Vilho
• DBS for obesity. Antonio DeSalles
• Surgery for anorexia nervosa. Bomin Sun
• DBS for Gilles de la Tourette syndrome. Veerle Visser-Vandewalle
• Imaging of psychiatric brain circuitries. Sameer Sheth
• Animal models for psychiatric disorders. Christelle Baunez
• How to proceed? Why is the field stagnating? Are psychiatrists aversive to psychiatric surgery?
Why is it still experimental? All Faculty
• Closing talk: Ideal requirements for neurosurgery to become accepted credible treatment of refractory patients.
Keith Matthews

18:30-21:00 OPENING RECEPTION ON MONDAY EVENING

TUESDAY 27 JUNE

7:30-8:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS: BREAKFAST SESSIONS

CHALLENGING CASES IN NEUROMODULATION Bellevue
Moderators: Fabian Piedimonte, Maximilian Mehdorn
Speakers: Paresh Doshi, Terry Coyne, Shiro Horisawa
IMAGING IN STEREOTACTIC AND FUNCTIONAL NEUROSURGERY Pavillon
Moderators: Ajay Niranjan, Tejas Sankar
Speakers: Nader Pouratian, Juan Barcia, Dario Englot
MAXIMIZING THE SUCCESS OF YOUR RESEARCH PUBLICATION Tegel
Moderators: Tipu Aziz, Philip Cornu
Speakers: David Roberts, Stephan Chabardes, Tipu Aziz
PLENARY SESSIONS: KEYNOTE LECTURES

8:30-9:00 WSSFN PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS Potsdam I/III

Speaker: Joachim Krauss

9:00-9:30 THE HISTORY OF STEREOTACTIC AND FUNCTIONAL NEUROSURGERY Potsdam I/III

Moderators: Ali Rezai, Jurgen Voges
Speaker: Marwan Hariz

9:30-10:10 PLENARY SESSION: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III

10:10-10:30 COFFEE BREAK

10:30-11:15 PLENARY SESSION: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III

Moderators: Emad Eskandar, Giovanni Broggi

11:15-12:00 PLENARY SESSION: AWARDS CEREMONY Potsdam I/III

WSSFN Distinguished Awards Ceremony and Presentations
– Yves Lazorthes, Toulouse (France): Spiegel and Wycis Award
introduced by Joachim K. Krauss
– Francisco Velasco, Mexico (Mexico): Spiegel and Wycis Award
introduced by Michael Schulder
– David Roberts, Hanover (USA): Tasker Award
introduced by Jin Woo Chang
12:00-14:00 LUNCH INDUSTRIAL SYMPOSIUM Bellevue-Tegel

12:00-14:00 CONCURRENT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING Kaminzimmer

14:15-14:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS: KEYNOTE LECTURES

HISTORY OF PSYCHOSURGERY IN POSTWAR GERMANY Potsdam I/III
Moderators: Ali Savas, Alex Green
Speaker: Lara Rzesnitzek
LOCAL FIELD POTENTIALS IN MOVEMENT DISORDER SURGERY Bellevue
Moderators: Jocelyn Bloch, Alon Mogilner
Speaker: Andrea Kühn
HIFU-FROM BLOOD BRAIN BARRIER TO FUNCTIONAL NEUROSURGERY Bellevue
Moderator: Aviva Abosch, Angelo Lavano
Speaker: Jin Woo Chang

14:45-15:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III-Bellevue-Pavillon

15:45-16:15 COFFEE BREAK

16:15-17:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS: FLASH PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III-Bellevue-Pavillon

Moderators session I: Alireza Gharabaghi, Jan Mehrkens
Moderators session II: Constantin Tuleasca, Jung Il Lee
Moderators session III: Alexandre Campos, Mohammed Maarouf

17:15-17:45 PLENARY SESSION: WRAP UP SESSION-3 presenters Potsdam I/III

Moderators: Harith Akram, Vibhor Krishna, Hemmings Wu

17:45-19:45 INDUSTRY SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM Bellevue-Tegel

18:00-19:00 SFN EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING Kaminzimmer

20:00 PRESIDENT’S DINNER AT THE INTERCONTINENTAL

WEDNESDAY 28 JUNE

7:30-8:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS: BREAKFAST SESSIONS

RADIOSURGERY: Bellevue
USE OF RADIOSURGERY FOR PSYCHIATRIC DISEASE, EPILEPSY, PAIN
Moderators: Antonio DeSalles, Marc Levivier
Speakers: Rees Cosgrove, Moto Hayashi, Antonio DeSalles
CHALLENGING CASES IN EPILEPSY Pavillon
Moderators: Shabbar Danish, Nitin Tandon
Speakers: Bob Gross, Dirk van Roost, Kai A Lehtimaki
SPASTICITY/INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN TREATMENT Tegel
INDICATIONS, PEARLS AND CHALLENGES
Moderator: Patric Mertens
Speakers: Patric Mertens, Nico Enslin, Marc Sindou

8:30-9:00 PLENARY SESSION: KEYNOTE LECTURE

EMERGING INDICATIONS: Potsdam I/III
DISORDERS OF MEMORY, BEHAVIOUR, MOOD AND METABOLISM
Moderators: Hidehiro Hirabayashi (President JSSFN), Michael Schulder
Speaker: Andres Lozano

9:00-10:00 PLENARY SESSION: PAPERS-EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES Potsdam I/III

10:00-10:30 COFFEE BREAK

10:30-11:30 PLENARY SESSION: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III

Moderator: Arthur Cukiert

11:30-12:00 PLENARY SESSION: KEYNOTE LECTURE Potsdam I/III

WHY HAVE WE HAD SO MANY FAILED TRIALS?
Speaker: Bart Nuttin
COMMITTEE MEETINGS

12:00-12:30 PSYCHIATRIC COMMITTEE MEETING Tegel

12:00-12:30 SCIENCE COMMITTEE MEETING Kaminzimmer

12:30-13:00 INDUSTRY COMMITTEE MEETING Tegel

12:30-13:00 EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEETING Kaminzimmer

12:00-14:00 LUNCH INDUSTRIAL SYMPOSIUM Bellevue-Pavillon

14:15-14:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS: KEYNOTE LECTURES

NEURAL TRANSPLANTATION Potsdam I/III
Moderator: Hiroki Toda
Speaker: Stephane Palfi
IMAGING THE BRAINSTEM-7T AND BEYOND Bellevue
Moderators: Volker Coenen, Ashwin Viswanathan
Speaker: Aviva Abosch
NON-INVASIVE STIMULATION FOR COGNITIVE ENHANCEMENT Pavillon
Moderator: Guido Nikkhah
Speaker: Bahram Mohammadi

14:45-15:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III-Bellevue-Pavillon

15:45-16:15 COFFEE BREAK

16:15-17:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS: FLASH PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III-Bellevue-Pavillon

Moderators session I: Ahmed Alkhani, Ryoong Huh
Moderators session II: Jairo Espinosa, Saleh Baeesah
Moderators session III: Andre Machado, Jung Tung Liu

17:15-17:45 PLENARY SESSION: WRAP UP SESSION-3 presenters Potsdam I/III

Moderators: Adrian Laxton, Ashkan Keyoumars, Karl Sillay

17:45-19:45 INDUSTRY SPONSORED SYMPOSIUM Bellevue-Tegel

18:00-19:00 COMMITTEE MEETINGS Kaminzimmer

WFNS STEREOTACTIC AND FUNCTIONAL NEUROSURGERY COMMITTEE

20:00 CONGRESS DINNER

THURSDAY 29 JUNE

7:30-8:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS: BREAKFAST SESSIONS

LESIONING SURGERY FOR MOVEMENT DISORDERS-PEARLS, PITFALLS AND EPILEPSY Bellevue
Moderators: Kostiantyn Kostiuk, Benaissa Abdennebi
Speakers: Erich Fonoff, Andrey Sitnikov, Chris Honey
PSYCHOSURGERY ACCUMBENS VS CAPSULE AND OVERALL TREATMENT OF OCD Pavillon
Moderators: Jian Guo Zhang, Clement Hamani
Speakers: Rick Schuurman, Bomin Sun, Keith Matthews
CHALLENGING CASES IN PAIN Tegel
Moderators: Julie Pilitsis, Jamil Rzaev
Speakers: Konstantin Slavin, Andreas Wloch, Byong Chul Son
PLENARY SESSION: KEYNOTE LECTURE-State of the art of Stereotatic and Functional Neurosurgery

8:30-9:00 THIRTY YEARS OF DBS FOR MOVEMENT DISORDERS-WHERE ARE WE NOW? Potsdam I/III

Moderators: Young Hwan Ahn (President KSSFN), Konstantin Slavin
Speaker: Alim Benabid

9:00-10:00 PLENARY SESSION: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III

10:00-10:30 COFFEE BREAK
10:30-11:30 PLENARY SESSION: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III
Moderators: Angelo Franzini, Istvan Valalik

11:30-12:00 PLENARY SESSION: KEYNOTE LECTURE Potsdam I/III

TREATMENT OF DYSTONIA
Speaker: Joachim Krauss

12:00-13:00 PLENARY SESSION: DEBATES Potsdam I/III

Moderators: Michael Kaplitt, Stephan Chabardes
TARGET LOCALIZATION IN SFN-MER IS NO LONGER NECESSARY
Debaters: Marwan Hariz vs Emad Eskandar
THE CONTROVERSIAL HISTORY OF PSYCHOSURGERY: WHAT IMPACT DOES OUR PAST HAVE ON OUR FUTURE?
Debaters: Takaomi Taira vs. Michael Schulder
13:00-14:00 LUNCH INDUSTRIAL SYMPOSIUM Bellevue-Tegel

14:15-15:45 GENERAL ASSEMBLY Potsdam I/III

15:45-15:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS: KEYNOTE LECTURES

FACIAL PAIN Potsdam I/III
Moderators: Mojgan Hodaie, Ludvic Zrinzo
Speaker: Kim Burchiel
RADIOSURGERY-CONTROVERSIES IN MD TREATMENT HIFU VS. RADIOSURGERY Bellevue
Moderators: Kita Sallabanda, Andrey Golanov
Speaker: Jean Régis
NEW DBS ELECTRODES Pavillon
Moderators: Jean Ciurea, Faisal Al-Otaibi
Speaker: François Alesch

15:45-16:45 PARALLEL SESSIONS: ORAL PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III-Bellevue-Pavillon

16:45-17:15 COFFEE BREAK

17:15-18:15 PARALLEL SESSIONS: FLASH PRESENTATIONS Potsdam I/III-Bellevue-Pavillon

Moderator session I: Soha Alomar
Moderators session II: Wilhelm Eisner, Pawel Sokal
Moderators session III: Miroslav Galanda, Krasimir Minkin

18:00-18:45 CLOSING REMARKS, ORAL AND POSTER PRESENTATION AWARDS Potsdam I/III


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