| Post date: 2020/12/14 | 

Iranian Neurology Exprets Webinar

Due to the COVID.19 pandemics all over the world, the annual congress of the Iranian Neurological Association will be held as a webinar on the 24-25 December 2020 & 31 December 2020-1 January 2021 of this year. Every day in two three-hour times: 11-14 and 17-20

Dear Dressors, Colleagues and Friends,
It is our great honor to announce the 27th Iranian Neurology and clinical Electrophysiology congress will be held in Tehran, Iran 25-28 May 2021.This event will occur after many years of the endeavor of Iranian neurologists to promote neurological sciences and clinical services in their home county despite numerous different obstacles. After many years of continuous national education and extensive cultivation through medical universities and research centers, with the increasing efforts and motivation of Dressors and smart young neurologists, we have started and are to pursue modern standards in the neurological sciences and management on a nation-wide scale. Throughout this event, our society will try to review the latest scientific and clinical achievements of the world, for promoting the knowledge of neurologists and other medical Dressionals active in the field of neurology. To achieve these educational goals, we are trying to provide precious teaching courses, lectures, and workshops in all neurology fields. These educational goals will be realized with the assistance of the prominent lecturers from all over the world and also participants from all other countries.On behalf of the Iranian neurology society and executive committee of this congress, we cordially invite all neurologists, neuroscientists, neuro-interventionists and related specialties from all over the world and our country Iran to participate in this event and also see our beautiful and civilized country and cities.With the best regards,27th Iranian Neurology and clinical Electrophysiology congress


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