Profile

OUR STORY
OUR VALUES
OUR INHERITANCE
OUR HISTORY
OUR MEMBERS
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Our Story

Only one sentence can tell it all.

The ESNCH is characterized as the presently most successful neurosonology group in the world with the No.1-forum for the transfer of new ideas.

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Our Values

A reason to believe.

The advantages for our members are very manifold. While other societies are mainly anonymous in the majority of cases, the ESNCH provides familiarity. Our members get the latest news and the highest level of knowledge in the vascular neurosonology field. They get also updated and detailed information about the clinical meaning of ultrasound in degenerative diseases and in the diseases of peripheral nerves and muscles.

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Our Inheritance

Together we can make great things.

Furthermore, our society is an excellent forum for young researchers to present their work, to exchange their ideas and to gain experience. The ESNCH can look back on a long and eventful history and with your contributions it will continue in such way in the future.

Our History

Formation of the Society

The formation of the European Society of Neurosonology an Cerebral Hemodynamics (ESNCH) was proposed by Professor David Russell in a letter to leading European Scientists in this field in December 1993.

In August 1994 Professor Russell sent a more general invitation to European Scientists inviting them to attend an inaugural meeting during the 8th International Cerebral Hemodynamics Symposium which was organized by Professor E.B. Ringelstein in Münster, Germany from 25th – 27th September 1994. The inaugural meeting of the ESNCH was held on 26th September 1994.

The first meeting of the ESNCH was organized by Professor J. Klingelhöfer and PD Eva Bartels in Munich, Germany from 29th August – 1st September 1996. The statutes of the Society were accepted by a General Assembly on 27th May 1997 during the 2nd Meeting of the ESNCH which was organized by Professor R.G. Ackerstaff from 25th – 28th May 1997.

The first Executive Committee consisted of Professor D. Russell ( President ), Professor J. Klingelhöfer ( secretary ), PD Eva Bartels ( treasurer ), Professor R.G. Ackerstaff, Professor D. Grosset, Professor K. Niederkorn, Professor E.B. Ringelstein, Professor E. Zanette. The society was, following this meeting, registered as a non-profit organisation, in Oslo, Norway.

Members distribution by countries

Albania

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

Belgium

Bosnia&Herzegovina

Brazil

Bulgaria

China

Croatia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Egypt

Estland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Iran

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

Korea

Latvia

Lithuana

Macedonia

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Slovak Republic

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

The Netherlands

Turkey

United Kingdom

USA

Uzbekistan