Commission on Asian and Oceanian Affairs
The European Epilepsy Brain Bank Consortium: 25 years of experience with neuropathology and epilepsy surgery in 9523 children and adults
A recent article published in the New England Journal of Medicine described histopathological findings in brain tissue obtained during epilepsy surgery in 2,623 children and 6,900 adults. The European Epilepsy Brain Bank was established at the University Hospital in Erlangen, Germany in 2006 with…
Although there has been substantial economic development and improvement in health services in recent years in the Asia-Oceanian region, epilepsy remains generally an underrecognized and understudied condition. To help promote research in the region, the Commission on Asian and Oceanian Affairs…
The results of the elections for the chair and members of the Commission on Asian and Ocianian Affairs are now final. View results, with members' photos, curriculum vitae, and statements of interest.
The resounding success of the 11th AOEC was echoed by the many participants of the Congress. It was a time and place not merely for academic exchange, but a venue for the experts, patients and family members alike to share their lives about facing epilepsy with one another. The lion dancers…
Application will be accepted from a host researcher at a facility in Japan, for candidates of foreign citizenship studying epilepsy, who can complete their training/research within one year of issuance of the grant, are conversant in Japanese or English and are under 50 years old at the time of…
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