Other Meetings of Interest

5th International Symposium on collaterals to the Brain

6-8 November, 2018
Los Angeles, CA, USA

2018_Colaterals-Logo3-(1).pngThe 5th International Symposium on Collaterals to the Brain is a multidisciplinary scientific conference focused on collateral circulation in acute ischemic stroke. This 2 ½-day conference is structured around 40-minute sessions devoted to key issues in translating the collaterome in acute stroke therapy across the globe.

Participants may attend the conference in person in Los Angeles or online via WebEx. Be sure to register in advance!


Integrated Control of Cerebral Blood Flow 
3-4 December, 2018
Newport Pagnell, UK

DES5568_cerebral-blood-flow-eflyer.jpgThe Integrated Control of Cerebral Blood Flow meeting, hosted by the Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, will be held on 3-4 December at Kavli Royal Society Centre, Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire.

This meeting aims to move towards an integrated approach to understanding cerebral blood flow control and to explore its important clinical implications. The purpose is to provide a platform for leaders in the field, as well as early career scientists, to meet for networking and discussion. More information on the speakers and programme can be found on the website.

Prof. Stephen Payne, University of Oxford, UK
Prof. Daniel Bulte, University of Oxford, UK
Dr. Clare Howarth, Universityof Sheffield, UK
Prof. Shiek Tzeng, University of Otago, New Zealand


Brain Ischemia and Stroke
13-15 December, 2018
Rome, Italy

The bis conferences have been running biennially in Rome since 2008.

During the past years, the bis conference series have acquired relevance and visibility, and attracted accomplished scientists in the field of cerebrovascular diseases. The congress has reached the status of traditional forum for exchanging ideas and providing updates on cutting-edge research and clinical advancements.

The focus of bis18 will be on THE BRAIN-SYSTEMIC AXES, with emphasis on brain interactions with heart, lung, gut, immune, and endocrine systems.