International Neuromodulation Society European Chapters’ 2nd European Congress (e-INS 2020)
June 25th, 2020
to June 27th, 2020
About the Event
We are delighted to host the 2nd Joint Congress of the INS European Chapters (e-INS 2020) in Paris. With its great history and renowned beauty, with so many stunning monuments in its different quarters, Paris offers a unique mix: a royal palace from the 17th century sitting next to a giant glass-pyramid. We believe this is the perfect place to combine the “legacy of the past” and “to design the future of Neuromodulation together”. This is the message we would like to convey.
Inspired by this concept, we have prepared a tremendous scientific programme which includes everything you can expect from a premier neuromodulation meeting:
You will have the opportunity to discover plenary lectures from world experts, through “Pairs on the podium” style sessions: one giant from Europe and one giant from USA. Reflecting the theme guiding this congress, we promise cutting-edge content and systematic reviews of topics which benefit both experienced and new attendees alike.
The congress will feature two pre-congress special events: a neuromodulation session specifically designed for, and by, nurses and its first European cadaver course aimed at beginning neuromodulators.
The ability to showcase your own research through an innovative platform – from ePosters to a live-competition of abstract presentations – remains core to our congress.
This European Congress will take advantage of having all the chapters in the same place at the same time to host all our regional chapters meetings on the pre-congress day. This great opportunity will allow us to organise multinational common meetings mixing, once again, cultures, visions and dynamism.
During this congress, we will move forward to structure European registries, enlarge our research projects at a European level and capitalise on this energy to help our global community to grow and strengthen. We will showcase the best and newest advances in terms of technology!
The venue, the “Palais des Congrès de Paris”, is the biggest, the most vibrant convention centre in France and is centrally located in the heart of the city, enabling easy access via all modes of transport.