Upcoming Congress and Meetings
7th International Conference on Non-invasive Brain Stimulation
Baden-Baden / Germany
Mar 24 - 26, 2020


64. Annual Meeting of the German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology and Functional Imaging
Baden-Baden (Deutschland)
Mar 26 - 28, 2020

Scientific conference chair: Prof. Ulf Ziemann

organizer: German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology and Functional Imaging (DGKN)
language: German
area of expertise: neurology, radiology, physiology

Deadline Symposia-submission: 30 June under the following link


British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology
Pembroke College, Oxford
Mar 30 - Apr 3, 2020

The triennial teaching course covers a variety of topics. This year's topics include Evoked Potentials (including visual physiology), Neurophysiology in Critical Care, Advanced EMG, Neurophysiology in Epilepsy, Ultrasound of Periperal nerves  and Intraopertaive Monitoring.

Confirmed speakers include Prof Erik Stalberg (Sweden), Dr David MacDonald (Saudi Arabia), Dr Aileen McGonigal (France), Dr Matthew Pitt (UK), Dr Peter Kaplan (USA), Dr Leo Visser (Netherlands), Dr Stephan Ruegg (Switzerland), Prof Graham Holder (Singapore) and Dr Sanjeev Nandedkar (USA) 

Early bird Deadline 31 jan 2020

Early Bird Rates

BSCN members £85o

Non BSCN members £950

Trainees in a UK centre presenting a case £500

After 31 Jan 2020

Full rate £1200.

Fees are reduced for UK trainees who are members of or subscribers to the BSCN and who submit a case for presentation which is accepted. Please email arupmallik@nhs.net with a brief outline of your case with a final diagnosis. You will have 8 mins to present and 2 mins for questions. Deadline for case submission 31 Jan 2020 


Dutch Society of Clinical Neurophysiology Annual Meeting
congres centre De Doelen , Rotterdam
Apr 2 - 3, 2020

Dutch Society of Clinical Neurophysiology

Annual Meeting

April 2-3 2020, congres centre De Doelen , Rotterdam

Teaching courses and workshops will cover several different neurophysiological topics.

A mini-symposium will be held on the technical aspects of clinical Neurophysiology.

On the 3th of April keynote speaker Prof E. Altenmüller, Hannover, Germany, will held a lecture:
Musicians Dystonia as a model of Maladaptive Brain Plasticity. (in English)

Language: Dutch


7th Asian-Oceanian Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Apr 9 - 12, 2020


IONM Educational Course of Russian Association of Clinical Neurophysiology
Moscow, Russia
Apr 17 - 18, 2020

Educational Symposium of the Russian Association of ClinicalNeurophysiology (RASCLIN), Russian Association of Neurosurgeons (RAN) is under the auspices of International Society of Intraoperative Neurophysiology (ISIN), American Society of Neurophysiology Monitoring (ASNM) and Neuromonitoring Committee of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS)


Apr 22 - 24, 2020


65th Annual Congress of the Italian Society for Clinical Neurophysiology
May 27 - 30, 2020

65 congresso sinc

Scientific Congress Chair: Prof. Vincenzo Di Lazzaro
Organizer: SINC Italian Society for Clinical Neurophysiology
Language: Italian
Main topics: neuropathies, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, pain, migraine, neuromodulation, neurophysiology in critical care, intraoperative monitoring, robotics and neurosciences, therapeutics
Special invited lectures, symposia, interactive teaching courses, clinical cases, free oral and poster presentations. Special session for Clinical Physiologists.


14th European Headache Federation Congress
Berlin, Germany
Jul 3 - 5, 2020


4th Annual conference of Clinical Neurophysiology Subsection of Indian Academy of Neurology
Aug 14 - 16, 2020


WTC / Rotterdam / The Netherlands
Sep 15 - 19, 2020

ISPNI is a  multidisciplinary group dedicated to the advancement of peripheral nerve and muscle imaging. It is comprised of clinicians and researchers from six continents. A wide range of specialties is represented, including neurology, radiology, physiatry, rheumatology, orthopedic surgery and many more.  Our academic interest centers on integration of imaging into the clinical and neurophysiologic assessment of peripheral nerve and muscle diseases. ISPNI conducts an annual course and conference for the presentation of research, didactics and to provide hands-on training in neuromuscular ultrasound techniques.

This 9thAnnual Meeting of the International Society of Peripheral Nerve Imaging (ISPNI) will take place in the vibrant port city of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. On behalf of the local organizing committee and supported by the Dutch Clinical Neurophysiology Society, we are proud to continue the tradition and present you with a varied scientific and teaching program focusing on clinical neuromuscular imaging. Besides talks and demos on ultrasound and MRI for both muscles and nerves, this edition will also feature the Promising Investigators’ Awards and ISPNI Francis Walker Award for a colleague who has excelled in advancing neuromuscular ultrasound over the years.

In addition to the meeting, there will also be a 2-day international pre-conference hands on teaching course on neuromuscular ultrasound.


Kyoto, Japan
Nov 25 - 27, 2020
Cutting Edge of Intraoperative Spinal cord Monitoring./Date: 25th~27th Nov. 2020/Vanue: Kyoto International Conference Center/President: Takanori Saito (KANSAI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY)


EAN Congress
Vienna, Austria
Jun 19 - 22, 2021

ECCN 2021
Marseille, France
Jun 30 - Jul 3, 2021

Dear friends and colleagues,

We would like to warmly invite you to the 18th European Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology, to be held in Marseille, France from June 30 to July 3, 2021. An exciting and wide-ranging program is proposed, including topics in all areas of clinical neurophysiology, of interest to clinicians and paramedical colleagues. With the organizing committee and the support of the French Society of Clinical Neurophysiology, we hope to provide a rich forum for scientific exchange, educational opportunities and social and professional networking.

We have chosen as our theme “Clinical Neurophysiology: Linking Bedside to Theory”. This aims at making a bridge between theoretical knowledge, which has benefited so much from ongoing technical advances in our specialty, and everyday clinical practice. This translational approach is very much in the spirit of French clinical neurophysiology and we are looking forward to sharing this, as well as learning from valuable work taking place throughout the European societies.

Hope to see you soon in Marseille!

On behalf of the Local Oranizing Committee


EAN Congress
Helsinki, Finland
Jun 4 - 7, 2022

32nd International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology
Melbourne, Australia
Nov 11 - 17, 2022


EAN Congress
Budapest, Hungary
Jul 1 - 4, 2023