International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (ISPN)
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1972 Chicago IL USA
Serve as forum for communication among pediatric neurosurgeons and between them and basic scientists and specialists in related fields; serve as a medium for development of scientific knowledge, medical care, rehabilitation and prevention of disease in the area of pediatric neurosurgery; encourage high standards of training at an international level.
Events2026-10 | Cairo, Egypt – Annual Meeting
2025-10-26 | Lyon, France – Annual Meeting
2024-10-12 | Toronto, ON Canada – Annual Meeting
2023-10-15 | Viña del Mar, Chile – Annual Meeting
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Annual Business Meeting (General Assembly of members) during Annual Meeting.
Executive Board, comprising President, President Elect, Secretary, Treasurer and Annual Meeting Representative + Committee representatives (Chair + Co-chair): Audit; Bylaws; Education; Ethics and Morals; Liaison; Membership; Nominations; Communications; Scientific Program; Ways and Means; Historian; Ad-hoc Committees: Research - Advocacy - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEI&B).
Official Journal: Child's Nervous System.
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