In this webinar, the World Federation of Neurology proudly announces their Brain Health Initiative. Hear from WFN regional organisation presidents about the importance of the initiative and learn about the challenges their regions are facing in this educational webinar. This webinar is open to the public and features WFN’s leaders and regional presidents, including:

  • Prof. William M Carroll, AM, MB BS, MD, FRACP, FRCP(E), president of the World Federation of Neurology
  • Univ. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Grisold, FAAN, secretary general of the World Federation of Neurology
  • Jim Stevens, MD, FAAN, president of the American Academy of Neurology
  • Prof. Marco Medina, president of the Pan American Federation of Neurological Societies
  • Prof. Claudio Bassetti, MD, FEAN, president of the European Academy of Neurology
  • Prof. Beomseok Jeon, president of the Asian and Oceanian Association of Neurology
  • Prof. Foad Abd-Allah, president of the African Academy of Neurology
  • Prof. Maged Abdel Naseer, President of the Pan Arab Union of Neurological Societies


Education and advocacy go hand-in-hand in the fight to improve brain health

By sharing this important work with people from around the world, of different backgrounds, age groups and education levels, we make critical and complex information available and actionable.
Prof. Wolfgang Grisold, the WFN’s Secretary-General.

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