XXIV World Congress of Neurology
Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
27 - 31 October 2019
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, we are very proud to host the 24th World Congress of Neurology 2019 in Dubai, UAE. We welcome all of you from every part of the world.
It is an honour for the Emirates Neurology Society (EMINS) to host the WCN congress in 2019.
The EMINS in the largest neurology organisation in United Arab Emirates and regularly hosts regional and international conferences and in the coming year, we have the privilege to organise the WCN congress.
It will be held in the World Trade Centre, Dubai. We wish to make the congress a huge success with cooperation from all of you. It would be a historic meeting which will serve as a springboard to strongly advance the Asia Initiative of WFN for world‐wide advancement of neurology in both scientific and clinical aspects, thus "Accelerating the Pace of Change".
You can participate in very active discussions and cutting‐edge lectures by the world's top scientists and neurologists in all fields of neurology including clinical medicine, research and future plans in Neurology.
Dubai, as you all know, is a relatively new city incorporating the ancient Arab culture and civilization to the modern architecture.
Dubai is accessible to all countries and has direct flights for most Asian, European, African countries as well as to USA and Australia. We are confident that you will not have issues with travel and stay. The local organising committee is at your service in case you need any assistance.
The Local Organizing Committee of EMINS in close collaboration with the World Federation of Neurology looks forward to welcoming you in Dubai, UAE for WCN 2019.
Dr Suhail Abdulla Mohammed Al Rukn,
Congress President, XXIV World Congress of Neurology (WCN2019)
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