White Matter Dissection Course

EANS White Matter Dissection Course

5 - 6 December 2019 | Tours, France

Message from Course Chairmen Torstein Meling and Christophe Destrieux:

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the second EANS White Matter Dissection Course in Tours. The event will be held from December 5th - 6th 2019 and is organised in the Laboratoire d'Anatomie de la Faculté de Médecine de Tours.

The course will be limited to 24 participants. It will focus on the anatomy and function of white matter tracts and their implication in Neurosurgery. This course is co-organized by the iBrain laboratory, INSERM U1253-University of Tours (France).

See you in Tours!

Course Venue:

Faculté de Médecine
10 boulevard Tonnellé
37032 TOURS Cedex

Registration fees:

EANS Individual Member: €500

Non-Member: €650

The registration fee includes all tuition costs and subsistence during the course (coffee breaks and lunches) and a networking dinner.

The number of participants is limited to 24 to ensure in depth learning and complete faculty support.

THE COURSE IS CURRENTLY FULL. If you wish to be added to the waiting list, please email martina.degregorio@eans.org


Please note that the accommodation is NOT included in the registration fee and participants are responsible for their own arrangements. There are many hotels in Tours, we would recommend to check the following hotel in vicinity of the course venue:

INTER-HOTEL Au Relais Saint Éloi, 8 rue Giraudeau, 37000 Tours - www.au-relais-st-eloi.com/en/


Course Fees

The registration fee includes all tuition costs and subsistence during the course (coffee breaks and lunches). Accommodation is not included.

December 2019

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EANS Individual Member

December 2019

Course ticket




Course Directors: Torstein R. Meling and Christophe Destrieux


Christophe Destrieux, Tours University Hospital, France
Igor L Maldonado, Tours University Hospital, France
Ilyess Zemmoura, Tours University Hospital, France
Louis Marie Terrier, Tours University Hospital, France
Pablo Gonzalez-Lopez, University Hospital of Alicante, Spain
Torstein R Meling, Hopitaux Universitaires de Genève, Switzerland
Timothée Jacqueson, Hospices Civils de Lyon, France

All faculty have extensive teaching experience, particularly with regard to cadaver courses. As is the standard for EANS courses, approximately half of the faculty are EANS teachers, which means they undergo regular appraisals to ensure the quality of our provision.

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