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04.11.2021. The e-EANS 2021 Virtual Congress is not over!

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Registration is open for the e-EANS 2021 Virtual Congress Recordings

Register, watch, and claim your CMEs!

The e-EANS 2021 Virtual Congress is not over! All the congress recordings are now uploaded and available until 7 January 2022! You can register and get instant access to the accredited e-EANS 2021 recordings!

5962 minutes of scientific content are available for on-demand viewing, anywhere, anytime, from any device!

Register now

EANS President’s Message to our Community

Meet the new EANS President Andreas Demetriades! 

Registration is open for the EANS Advanced Course in Spinal Surgery – Part II Revisions and Complication Management

The EANS Advanced Course in Spinal Surgery is a two-part course with Part I: Extended Indications and Advanced Operative Techniques that took place in 2019 in Madrid and Part II: Revisions and Complication Management taking place in Geneva in 2021.

The course employs various teaching methods including plenary lectures, interactive case discussion and round tables, and dry lab hands-on workshops.

This course is part of the EUROSPINE Equivalence Advanced Programme.

The winners of the EANS Leadership in Neurosurgery Scholarship for Diverse Leaders 2021!

This month, we would like to celebrate the two winners of the EANS Diversity Young Physician Leaders Award: Venetia Giannakaki and Gerald Musa. While Giannakaki set up refugee camps in her native Greece during the refugee crisis, Musa set up a program for young girls to promote empowerment and prevent teenage pregnancies in his native country, Zambia. Read more about the achievements of these young leaders here and here.

The EANS would like to thank Novocure and ESMT Berlin for this unique opportunity!

Venetia Giannakaki
Gerald Musa

Call for Submissions: Brain & Spine

Brain and Spine, the official scientific journal of the Spine Society of Europe (EUROSPINE) and European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS), is a peer reviewed open access journal for scientific manuscripts concerned with pathophysiology, diagnostics, prevention, surgical and non-surgical interventions for structural pathological-anatomical alterations of the nervous system and axial skeleton. Brain and Spine accepts high quality papers from a wide variety of research areas, such as basic science at a molecular level, translational research and clinical epidemiology through to population health at a societal level.

Submission is currently free of APC fees!

Learn more and submit

Meet the new EANS Office Holders! 

We welcome the new EANS Board and Council as recently formed at our Annual General Meeting on October 3rd 2021.

Meet our Office Holders

EANS at Brain Innovation Days 2021

On October 12 & 13, the EANS Team attended the Brain Innovation Days – an on-site event taking place in Brussels and additionally streamed online to a wider audience. 

The event, which featured 31 inspiring sessions and 43 outstanding speakers, built around the theme “United for Brain Innovation” and explored the importance of brain research & innovation and how it is changing Europe and beyond. 

As a Member of the European Brain Council, the co-organizer of the initiative, the EANS was privileged to have its booth in the Exhibition Village and promote our Organization and its mission.   

You can still go back to the event programme and learn about the Brain Innovation Days in a nutshell here

Neurosurgical Surveys  

We created a dedicated Section on and gathered some very interesting and important neurosurgical surveys together. We urge you to participate and make an impact in neurosurgical research! Find the most recent surveys on our website.

View active surveys

Save the date for the EANS 2022 Belgrade Congress!

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