We, in our capacity as the conference chair and co-chairs of the 27th Meeting of the European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics, set to occur from October 2nd to 4th, 2024, in Almería, Spain, are reaching out to you. We are pleased to share with you the details of this prominent scientific event in the field of Neurosonology.
The congress aims to bring together renown experts and professionals in Neurosonology, providing a conducive space for the exchange of knowledge and scientific advances. The previous edition, the “26th meeting of the ESNCH,” held in Lisbon in 2022, was a resounding success, marking the return of in-person meetings to the main global event in Neurosonology.
In 2024, our congress will focus on advancing knowledge in the applications of Neurosonology in various areas such as cerebrovascular diseases, movement disorders, neuromuscular diseases, headache and migraine, neuroinflammatory and metabolic conditions, among others. The confirmed participation of prominent neurologists from Spain and other European countries ensures a diverse and specialized audience.
Recognizing the significance of collaboration with the pharmaceutical industry in ensuring the success of events of this scale, we extend a cordial invitation for your participation as a financial partner in our congress. We view our industry collaborators as indispensable partners and are dedicated to ensuring your individual objectives for the event are effectively met.
Attached, you will find more details about the program, sponsorship opportunities and exclusive benefits for our collaborators.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information to discuss how we can customize these opportunities to suit the unique needs of your company.
We appreciate your consideration and eagerly look forward to the possibility of having your valuable support at the Neurosonology Congress 2024 in Almería.
Patricia Martínez Sánchez Antonio Arjona Padillo Laura Amaya Pascasio
Conference chair Conference co-chair Conference co-chair