Oman Neurology Conference

Grand Millenium Hotel in Muscat, Oman

21 - 23 March 2019

Oman Neurology Conference 2019 Announcement

Oman Neurology Conference Program

Conference Website

On behalf of the conference organizers, it is our pleasure to welcome all of you to Oman Neurology Conference. This conference is the first Oman neurology and epilepsy societies conference, 1st Oman League Against Epilepsy Society, 8th Saudi Epilepsy Society conference, 19th Saudi Chapter of Epilepsy conference and 5th annual Gulf League Against Epilepsy conference.

This conference is an excellent opportunity to bring together experts in the field of Neurology especially in the area of multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica, and epilepsy to share their newest discoveries, research, and technologies on the diagnosis and treatment of different neurological disorders with their colleagues and the academic community.

You can find important information about the conference on the congress website. Prospective presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for oral and poster presentations that offer useful contributions in the field of multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica, and epilepsy.

We hope that the upcoming Conference will be helpful in facilitating and networking information exchange and collaboration among healthcare providers. May this conference be a platform for learning for both personal and professional development as we proceed with our work. We also hope you will have time to tour in some parts of the Sultanate Oman and enjoy the hospitality of the people of Oman. We look forward to meeting you there!

​​​​​​​With Best Regards,

Dr. Abdullah Al Asmi MD, FRCPC
President of ONS/OES/OLAE

Dr. Amna Al Futaisi MD, FRCPC ​​​​​​​
Chairperson of Scientific Committee

Dr. Raidah Al Baradie ​​​​​​​MD
President of SES

Major Topics

  • Epilepsy
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neuromyelitis optica


  • New ILAE classification
  • EEG Normal/ abnormal
  • Neuroimaging
  • Localization and lateralization in epilepsy
  • Neuroanatomical localization in neurology
  • Getting your research published