ECCN European Conference on Clinical Neuroimaging - Brussels Belgium 2018

Welcome to ECCN'18

On behalf of the local organizing committee, we are delighted to announce that the 7th European Conference on Clinical Neuroimaging (ECCN 2018) will be held in Brussels, Belgium, March 26 - 27, 2018.
After the great success of the 2017 ECCN in Roma, the 2018 conference will gather physicians and researchers of all imaging modalities (PET, MRI, SPECT) under the auspices of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM).
The new scientific committee will build a scientific program that will be an opportunity to review some of the major aspects of neuroimaging in neurology and psychiatry while studying new research perspectives in these fields.
The topics of the 2018 edition will focus on MR and PET imaging -as well as new imaging modalities such as PET/MR- and on emerging biomarkers such as tau and amyloid tracers. Imaging applications will cover Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors and psychiatric disorders.
The 2018 scientific program will include lectures from invited speakers, oral communications and posters. 
We look forward to seeing you in Brussels.
 
Serge Goldman and Franck Semah 
Chairpersons of the Organizing Committee

 


To download the preliminary announcement 

eccn_2018.pdf ECCN 2018.pdf  (1.16 MB)


Scientific Committee

- Javier Arbizu (Pamplona, Spain)
​- Ronald Boellaard (Amsterdam, NL) ***
​- Gaël Chetelat (Caen, France)
​- Alexander Drzezga (Koln, Germany)
​- Ozgul Ekmekcioglu (Istanbul, Turkey)​​
​- Valentina Garibotto 
  (Geneva, Switzerland)
- Elsemarieke van de Giessen 
  (Amsterdam, NL)
​- Serge Goldman (Brussels, Belgium) *
​- Swen Hesse (Leipzig, Germany)
​​- Koen Van Laere (Leuven, Belgium)
- Adriaan Lammertsma (Amsterdam, NL)
​- Ian Law (Copenhagen, Denmark) **
​- Florence Le Jeune (Rennes, France)
- Marco Pagani (Roma, Italy)***
​- Sabina Pappatà (Napoli, Italy)
​- Franck Semah (Lille, France)* 
​- Xavier De Tiège (Brussels, Belgium)

* Chair
** Chair of the Neuroimaging committee of the EANM
​***EARL - Research for Life - of EANM Steering Board Section Chair