European Stroke Organisation

Member Newsletter — February 2022

Dear Colleagues,
ESOC 2022 is rapidly approaching. I look forward to meeting you all in Lyon.
Once more, the ESOC Conference Planning Group, with help from many expert reviewers, has compiled an outstanding programme. Be prepared to hear about front line results from major clinical trials and enjoy a series of excellent scientific sessions, teaching courses, and other educational sessions.
Registration is open – sign up today in order to benefit from the early bird fees which are available until 9 March.
And please don’t forget: The abstract submission deadline for late-breaking science, young stroke physicians and researchers as well as ongoing trials is Tuesday, 22 March 2022 at 23:59 CET.
If you are unable to travel to Lyon and attend ESOC 2022 in person don’t worry: we have been working on virtual solutions and have invested in an extended hybrid format to accommodate as many stroke researchers and professionals as possible and enable all delegates to watch the Conference sessions on-demand, for up to three months after the event.
You will have noted the release of the latest ESO Guidelines which were published in the European Stroke Journal (ESJ). More than 1,700 participants registered for our latest Guideline Webinar and we are already planning the next Webinar on Women and Stroke on Tuesday, 29 March.
As an exclusive service to our ESO members, we will further present another Educational Webinar on Intracerebral Haemorrhage (ICH) - scheduled for Wednesday, 30 March.
The 25th ESO Stroke Summer School taking place in Birmingham, UK from 5-9 September 2022 presents yet another educational opportunity for our young ESO members. Applications are now accepted.
Note that you may still apply for the 2022 Department-to-Department visiting programme until 28 February 2022.

Save the dates – more information will follow.
Do you want to keep receiving these newsletters? Please ensure that you renew your ESO membership.
Thank you,
Martin Dichgans
ESO President



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