The Neurological Field Continues to Update

In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in new diagnostic information, pharmacological and neurosurgical treatments for neurological disease, as well as a greater understanding of brain function. Our news section informs you of ongoing topics with a potential worldwide influence. In addition to this section, we inform through our social media platforms to keep connect with our member more easier than before. 

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    We inform you on our projects and activities, the journal updates, the WFN committee update and more...
  • Neurology News
    Update on interesting news and current activities with worldwide scope. From the history of neurology through the modern technology that shape neurology nowadays.
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World Federation of Neurology News

29 Oct 2019

Highlights from Day Two of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

Prof. Tissa Wijeratne reflects on Day Two of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

28 Oct 2019

Leading Stroke Experts Share Breakthrough Research on Relationship Between Stroke Risk and Vascular Dementia

What if by reducing your risk for stroke, you could also reduce the risk of dementia? Breakthrough research suggests that there is a connection. During the XXIV World Congress of Neurology (WCN 2019), join a panel of the world's leading experts on stroke as they discuss this breakthrough research during a live press conference. 

28 Oct 2019

Highlights from Day One of the World Congress of Neurology 2019

Including WCN 2019 Opening Ceremony live stream and opening ceremony video

Neurology News

17 Oct 2019

Augmented reality app adds interactive enhancements to scientific posters, presentations

A new smartphone app created by USC scientists uses augmented reality to visualize scientific data via 3D models and video.

11 Oct 2019

Deciphering the early stages of Parkinson’s disease is a matter of time

Researchers have identified for the first time the initial steps of alpha-synuclein protein aggregates related to early onsets of hereditary Parkinson cases. The results may help the understanding of the early stages of the disease and how it develops over time.

3 Oct 2019

Rwanda: More medical doctors trained at detecting and treating neurological disorders in the early stages

Medical doctors from district and referral hospitals in Rwanda are receiving training on the early detection and treatment of cancer and neurological disorders as a mechanism to address the current small number of specialists in neurology and oncology in the East African region.