Asian and Oceanian Outstanding Achievement Epilepsy Award (AOEA)

The Asian and Oceanian Outstanding Achievement Epilepsy Award (AOEA) was introduced by the Commission of Asian and Oceanian Affairs (CAOA) of the ILAE in 2010. The purpose of the Award is to recognise and pay tribute to medical or non-medical professionals for their extraordinary contributions to Epilepsy Care. It is our highest honour, and is given for the lifetime of the recipient.

CAOA Outstanding Achievement Epilepsy Award (AOEA) - 2012
The following people are shown receiving the 2012 AOEA Award: Liwen Wu (China), Pongsakdi Visudhiphan (Thailand), Kurupath Radhakrishnan (India), Sunao Kaneko (Japan), Yushi Inoue (Japan), Leonor Cabral-Lim (Philippines), with Josephine Gutierrez, Robert Cole

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2012