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HKNS Supporting Events: Brain 2023 by CUHK

BRAIN 2023, the 19th Multidisciplinary Meeting for Nervous System Diseases organised by CUHK, will be held on-site on 10-11 February 2023. HKNS is supporting this event.

Please visit for registration and programme details.

Message from the organizer:

The 19th Asia Pacific Multidisciplinary Meeting for Nervous System Diseases (BRAIN 2023) [10-11 February]


Mr Otto Lien Da WONG Visiting Professorial Lecture in Neuro-oncology [11 February]

(Hong Kong and Online 2023)


Having two previous online editions in 2021 and 2022, this is our pleasure to welcome you and all society members back to the in-person BRAIN Conference and public lecture in Neuro-oncology at the Henry Cheng International Conference Centre of The Chinese University of Hong Kong on 10-11 February 2023.


This year’s conference will bring focuses on the Advances in Robotic Neurosurgery and Spine Surgery, Novel Diagnostic Strategies in CNS Therapeutic Development, along with updates in Brain Tumour Genomics, Management of Epilepsy and Neuro-intensive Care Medicine. International experts in the fields include Prof Dean CHOU (Columbia University Irving Medical Center), Prof Michael FEHLINGS (University of Toronto), Prof Sebastien OURSELIN (King’s College London), Prof Andrew A. UDY (Monash University Alfred Hospital), Prof Gelareh ZADEH (University of Toronto), just to name a few.


Mr Otto Lien Da Wong Visiting Professorial Lecture in Neuro-oncology will be held on 11 February. Prof Gelareh ZADEH, a renowned neurosurgeon-scientist at the Toronto Western Hospital and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, will deliver the public lecture in Neuro-oncology.


Conference Poster is attached. Registration for the Conference is free. You are welcome to visit for Online Registration and Conference details. We would be grateful if you could disseminate the Conference information to the society members.


Thank you for the continual support.


Yours sincerely,


Danny TM

Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Surgery

Prince of Wales Hospital/The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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