10th Eilat International Educational Course: Pharmacological Treatment of Epilepsy

Mishkenot Sha'ananim in Jerusalem, Israel

15 - 20 September 2024

ILAE Curriculum Learning Objectives addressed by this course

Dear Colleagues,

Following the success of the past nine Eilat International Educational Courses that had been held every two years between 2005-2022, we are happy to announce new dates for the forthcoming 10th Eilat Educational Course: Pharmacological treatment of epilepsy, 15 - 20 September 2024.

The course is held under the auspices of the ILAE Europe. The program is designed for junior researchers and clinicians (45 years and younger) working in the field of epilepsy treatment and related basic research It is open to young neurologists, neuropediatricians, pharmacists, pharmacologists, neuropsychologists and neuroscientists. We are happy to inform you that a number of bursaries have been made available towards partially defraying the cost of accommodation expenses of bursary recipients, who will also have their registration fees waived.
The course will take place in Jerusalem, at the historic Mishkenot Sha’ananim complex in the picturesque Yemin Moshe neighborhood of Jerusalem, which is the ideal venue for this interactive postgraduate teaching program.
Jerusalem is an exceptional location for the course. Sacred to the three major Monotheistic faiths, and with a history going back 5000 years, Jerusalem has something to offer everyone, from the colorful narrow alleyways of the bazaars of the old city, to the youthful and vibrant road side cafes and restaurants of modern Jerusalem. The diversity of this beautiful city adds to the unique experience for all participants of this course.
We look forward to welcoming you to Jerusalem in September 2024.

Organizing Committee

  • S.I. Johannessen, chairperson (Norway)
  • M. Bialer (Israel)
  • J. Helen Cross (UK)
  • C. Johannessen Landmark (Norway)
  • E. Perucca (Australia)
  • N. Specchio (Italy)
  • T. Tomson (Sweden)
  • E. Trinka (Austria)

Bursaries are available for young scientists (45 years and younger)