EEG in the First Year of Life

From Newborn to Toddler

Clare College in Cambridge, UK

10 - 13 April 2022

ILAE Curriculum Learning Objectives addressed by this course

Flyer - EEG in the first year of life: faculty, program and registration information

This is a 3 ½ day residential EEG course with an emphasis on interactive, hands-on experience. The content covers normal maturational aspects, abnormal EEG patterns and graphoelements in neonates and infants as well as the range of seizures and epilepsies encountered in day-to-day practice in the first year of life. It consists of lectures and practical workshops in small groups guided by one of the faculty tutors.

The course is targeted at pediatric neurologists, clinical neurophysiologists, pediatricians and neonatologist who deal with neonates and infants with seizures or epilepsy. It is limited to 48 participants, so early booking is strongly recommended. Basic EEG knowledge is a requirement for the course and applicants will be selected on the basis of their CVs. We shall be offering a certain number of places for virtual attendance for this course also, but that will not include active interaction in the workshops.

The course is organized under the auspice of the ILAE Academy.
A limited number of bursaries are available on request.

Course directors:

  • Dr Ronit Pressler
    Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, UK
  • Dr Monika Eisermann
    Necker Enfants Malades Hospital, Paris, France

Registration Fee
Early fee $1390 (until 10 January 2022)
Standard fee $1500 (from 11 January 2022)
Virtual fee $490 (excludes interactive workshops)