European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS)
1991-12 Vienna Austria
Dec 1991, Vienna (Austria), by a modification of the constitution of H-XH0321 - Pan European Society for Neurology, set in Apr 1988, Prague (Czechoslovakia). Ceased to exist, when created D-XJ7482 - European Academy of Neurology (EAN), together with H-XD2018 - European Neurological Society (ENS), Jun 2014.
Advance development of neurological sciences, including clinical and experimental neurology, neurophysiology, neuropathology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, neuromorphology, neuroimaging, neurorehabilitation and all other related fields of the clinical and basic neurosciences; stimulate, encourage and help develop European programmes of clinical and experimental neurological research and teaching; promote and cooperate in international exchange arrangements for all neurologists and neuroscientists, especially those in training.
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Officers: President; Past President; 3 Vice-Presidents; Secretary General; Treasurer; 2 Members at Large. Standing Committees (6): Congress Programme; Liaison; Scientific; Training and Education; CME Sub-Committee; E-learning Sub-Committee.
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