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Canadian League Against Epilepsy


*This event will take place in an entirely virtual format*

This two-day training course is designed to provide a basic working knowledge of sleep medicine for general Neurologists and Neurology Residents. Many patients presenting to neurology either have primary sleep disorders or suffer from sleep comorbidity. Knowledge on the diagnosis, differential diagnostic considerations, and management of these disorders is therefore mandatory for the general neurologist.

Day 1 of the National Training Course on Sleep Medicine will end in a Scientific Speed Dating event with expert faculty.

This training course is for R4 and R5 Residents in Canadian neurology training programs as well as Neurologists.

Please find below the link to register on the dedicated event platform. 

You must complete this process to confirm your attendance.

Register on our event platform now *

*Registration is free for Residents. A fee of $200 is applicable for registering Neurologists*

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Contact: Sasha Kelly, Conference and Events Coordinator, Events, The Neuro

Technical: Install Chrome: The event platform functions best with the Google Chrome browser.

The Canadian Epilepsy Research Initiative (CERI) invites you to attend a virtual symposium on Thursday, September 23 from 9:45 AM to 5:15 PM (ET) in conjunction with the CLAE 2021 Annual Scientific Meeting. This symposium offers an opportunity for both basic science and clinical researchers to come together to present and discuss new findings related to epilepsy.   

The program link is provided below. Please note that the CERI Symposium requires separate registration for all participants. Please click the link below to register. We encourage all attendees of the CERI symposium to stay for the duration of the CLAE Annual Meeting.  

We have a very exciting program of presentations on a spectrum of basic science and translational areas from presenters across the country, with a special focus on trainees and early-career investigators. We will also feature a keynote lecture by Dr. Alon Freidman (Dalhousie University) who will be presenting on Vascular Dysfunction in epilepsy: a new target for diagnosis and therapy?   

We hope you will be able to join us on September 23 to support exciting epilepsy research being conducted in Canada.   

Click here for the program.

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