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Canadian League Against Epilepsy

CLAE 2014 Biennial Meeting - London Convention Centre

  • 17 Oct 2014
  • 9:00 AM
  • 19 Oct 2014
  • 1:00 PM
  • London, Ontario
  • 8


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Cost of registration includes a 2014 CLAE membership.
  • Post-Doctoral Fellows, Graduate Students, Residents, Medical Students, Other Undergraduate Students
  • Allied health professionals and trainees (Post-Doctoral Fellows, Graduate Students, Residents, Medical Students, Other Undergraduate Students)

    Cost of registration includes a one-year membership
  • Cost of registration includes a 2014 CLAE membership.
  • Please note: If you are a CLAE member you will need to log in to your account before registering as a speaker so you do not create a duplicate account.
  • This registration is limited to corporate/industry partners who wish to have additional representatives participate; this registration is for exhibit booth attendance only and does not allow for full registration/meeting session access.
  • Industry/Corporate Partner who would like to have full access to the conference sessions and material rather than just exhibit booth access.
  • Dinner is complimentary based on the level of sponsorship.

Early bird registration rates will be available until Monday September 15, 2014. After this date, the base registration rate for members is $395 and $595 for non-members (which includes a 1 year membership).

Base registration includes two keynote speaker presentations on Friday, and conference sessions(Saturday and Sunday). Breakfast, lunch and two nutrition breaks/day on Saturday and Sunday are included. There is an extra charge for the Saturday dinner.
Registration is closed

It is with great excitement that we welcome all of the delegates who will be attending the Canadian League Against Epilepsy 2014 Biennial Meeting, which is being held in London, Ontario on October 17-19, 2014 at the London Convention Centre!


Our goal is to develop, through research, innovative therapeutic and preventative strategies to avoid the consequences of epilepsy. We also want to translate these discoveries into applicable therapies for all Canadians. Finally, we want to promote national awareness and educate all Canadians about epilepsy and its consequences with the help of the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance.


The main objectives of the meeting are to:

  • Learn about the latest and emerging basic science and clinical research discoveries in the field of epilepsy.
  • Learn about the different advances in neuroimaging techniques in the assessment of patients with epilepsy.
  • Discuss the up-to-date management of epilepsy.
  • Discuss the barriers encountered by patients and treating physicians regarding stigma and driving.
  • Enhance interactions among health professionals and researchers of the different disciplines of epilepsy.
  • Learn about the current situation of epilepsy care across the country.

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