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5th Annual Update Symposium Series on Clinical Neurology and Neurophysiology
Metropolitan Hotel
15 Trumpeldor St
Tel Aviv, Israel
5th Annual Update Symposium Series on Clinical Neurology and Neurophysiology
ISAS International Seminars.
Metropolitan Hotel
15 Trumpeldor St

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, February 16, 2009
08:15:00 Registration
08:55:00 Session I - Etiologies and Pathogenesis in Epilepsy Symposium (1)
09:00:00 Intracranial Hemorrhage and Epileptogenesis (exact title TBD) Menahem Segal
09:40:00 Epileptogenesis and Anti-Epileptogenic Intervention (exact title TBD) Hal Blumenfeld
10:20:00 Epilepsy Due to Inflammatory Disorders Uri Kramer
11:00:00 Coffee Break
11:15:00 Session II - Etiologies and Pathogenesis in Epilepsy Symposium (2) Sara Kivity
11:20:00 Epilepsy Due to Congenital Malformations Natan , Watemberg
12:00:00 Epilepsy in Mental Retardation Syndromes Bruria Ben-Zeev - Ghidoni
12:40:00 Epilepsy Secondary to Channelopathies Yitzhak Schiller
13:10:00 Lunch
14:05:00 Session III -Technological Advances and What We Learn from Them
14:10:00 Single Neuron Recordings in Humans Itzhak , Fried
14:50:00 Seizure Detection, Devices, and Neuroengineering Brian Litt
15:30:00 Coffee Break
15:50:00 Seizure-Related Injuries Miri Neufeld
15:50:00 Session IV - Refractory Epilepsy: Complications and Medical Treatment
16:30:00 SUDEP (Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy) GANDELMAN MARTON REVITAL
17:10:00 Modifications of Existing AEDs Meir Bialer
17:50:00 Advances in New Antiepileptic Drugs Ilan Blatt
18:50:00 Case presentations
18:50:00 Session V - Dinner Conference: Clinical Epilepsy Unusual Case Presentations - Video-EEG
20:30:00 Panel Discussion
20:35:00 End of the day
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
07:00:00 Check-In
08:15:00 Infections of the Nervous System
09:00:00 Session 1: Infections of the nervous system
09:20:00 Session 2: The possible infectious etiology in neurological conditions of unknown etiology
09:50:00 Rassmussen encephalitis
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