22nd Meeting of the ESNCH in Berlin

From 19 to 21 May, 2017 the conference chairs PD Dr. Florian Connolly, Prof. Dr. Stephan Schreiber and Prof. Dr. med. José Valdueza invited medical experts as well as young professionals to the 22nd Meeting of the European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics in Berlin. More than 300 participants from 46 countries followed that invitation and spent three wonderful days in the lively capital city of Germany.

Due to the 240 abstracts that have been submitted the organizers were glad to present an ambitious and highly diversified scientific programme. This year’s conference came with the well-known combination of education and science, however, the topics were extended considerably – following recent years’ development within the fields of peripheral nerve and muscle ultrasound as well as in the field of ultrasound guided interventions. In addition, the program focused on topics overlapping with rheumatology and neurosurgery. Theory and research were combined with educative live presentations.

For the industrial exhibition a wide spectrum of established as well as new companies on the market were called. 11 sponsors and exhibitors supported the conference generously and presented their products within the exhibition in order to enable the delegates to get a good impression of today’s diagnostic options.

Last but not least the motto of the gala dinner „The Roaring Twentys” provided the setting for an unforgettable evening and offered the opportunity for mutual exchange and networking in the unique atmosphere of the restaurant 12 Apostel beneath the arches of the Berlin city train.

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Lecture: History of the Charité

At our 22nd meeting in Berlin in 2017, Prof. Valdueza gave an impressive lecture on the history of the legendary Charité University Hospital in Berlin, which reflects the moving history of the Charité in a most exceptional way in the historical context. We are delighted to be able to make this presentation available to our members of the Society and the visitors of our Website. If you are interested please at the link below.

History of the Charité (pdf 2.4 MB)