Speakers

Albanese
Alberto Albanese
Prof.
Humanitas Research Hospital
(Italy)
BIO
Alter
Katharine Alter
Medical Director, FABS, Senior Clinician NIH
NINDS, NIH
(United States)
BIO
Attal
Nadine Attal
Associate Professor
INSERM U 987 and CETD, APHP
(France)
BIO
Bahroo
Laxman Bahroo
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Medstar Georgetown University Hospital
(United States)
BIO
Biering-Sørensen
Bo Biering-Sørensen
Senior Consultant
Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
(Denmark)
BIO
Biernat
Heidi B. Biernat
Consultant Neurologist
Bispebjerg University Hospital
(Denmark)
BIO
Binz
Thomas Binz
Dr.
Institute of Cell Biochemistry
(Germany)
BIO
Blitzer
Andrew Blitzer
Professor of Emeritus, Department of Otolaryngology, Columbia University; Adjunct Professor of Neurology; Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai New York, NY USA
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
(United States)
BIO
Boulias
Chris Boulias
Dr
West Park Healthcare Centre, University of Toronto
(Canada)
BIO
Burstein
Rami Burstein
Professor of Anesthesia and Neuroscience
Harvard Medical School
(United States)
BIO
Caleo
Matteo Caleo
Professor
CNR Neuroscience Institute
(Italy)
BIO
Cardoso
Francisco Cardoso
Professor
UFMG – Brazil
(Brazil)
BIO
Chancellor
Michael Chancellor
Professor
Beaumont Health
(United States)
BIO
Chartier-Kastler
Emmanuel Chartier-Kastler
Professor of Urology
Medical school Sorbonne Université
(France)
BIO
Chen
Sheng Chen
Professor
Department of Applied Biology and Chemical Technology
(Hong Kong SAR)
BIO
Cleemann
Theodóra Hannesdóttir Cleemann
Doctor
Bispebjerg University Hospital, Copenhagen
(Denmark)
BIO
Comella
Cynthia Comella
Professor
Rush University Medical Center
(United States)
BIO
Dalager
Torben Dalager
Consultant
Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen
(Denmark)
BIO
Davletov
Bazbek Davletov
Professor
University of Sheffield
(United Kingdom)
BIO
Dickenson
Tony Dickenson
Professor of Neuropharmacology
University College London
(United Kingdom)
BIO
Dong
Min Dong
Assistant Professor
Harvard Medical School / Boston Children's Hospital
(United States)
BIO
Dressler
Dirk Dressler
Professor of Neurology
Hannover Medical School
(Germany)
BIO
Eleopra
Roberto Eleopra
Chair of Neurology Unit 1 – Parkinson and Movement Disorders Unit
Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta
(Italy)
Esquenazi
Alberto Esquenazi
Professor and Chair Department of PMR
MossRehab
(United States)
BIO
Factor
Stewart Factor
Professor
Emory University
(United States)
BIO
Fehlings
Darcy Fehlings
Head, University of Toronto Division of Developmental Pediatrics
University of Toronto
(Canada)
BIO
Fujinaga
Yukako Fujinaga
Professor
Department of Bacteriology, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kanazawa University
(Japan)
BIO
Gormley
Mark Gormley
Associate Medical Director of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine
Gillette Children’s Specilaty Healthcare
(United States)
BIO
Gracies
Jean-Michel Gracies
Assistant Professor of Neurology
Hôpitaux Universitaires Henri Mondor
(France)
BIO
Greco
Timothy Greco
Facial Plastic Surgeon
Clinical Assistant Professor at PCOM, Adjunct Professor at University of Pennsylvania
(United States)
BIO
Hallett
Mark Hallett
Chief, Medical Neurology Branch
National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
(United States)
BIO
Heinen
Florian Heinen
Professor
Dr. von Haunersches Kinderspital
(Germany)
BIO
Hicklin
Lucy Hicklin
ENT Consultant
St Georges Hospital
(UK)
BIO
Ivanhoe
Cindy Ivanhoe
Clinical Professor
University of Texas McGovern School of Medicine and Baylor College of Medicine
(United States)
BIO
Janda
Kim Janda
Ely R. Callaway Jr. Professor of Chemistry and Immunology
The Scripps Research Institute
(United States)
BIO
Jankovic
Joseph Jankovic
Professor of Neurology
Parkinson’s Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic, Baylor College of Medicine
(United States)
BIO
Jog
Mandar Jog
Doctor
Western University
(Canada)
BIO
Johnson
Eric Johnson
Professor, Botulinum Toxins Laboratory, Dept. Bacteriology, Univ. Wisconsin
Univeristy of Wisconsin
(United States)
BIO
Jost
Wolfgang Jost
Doctor
Parkinson-Klinik Ortenau
(Germany)
BIO
Kaji
Ryuji Kaji
Professor
Tokushima University
(Japan)
BIO
Kalb
Suzanne Kalb
Research Chemist
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(United States)
BIO
Kammerer
Richard Kammerer
Doctor
Laboratory of Biomolecular Research, Division of Biology and Chemistry, Paul Scherrer Institute
(Switzerland)
BIO
Karp
Barbara Karp
Chair, CNS IRB
National Institutes of Health
(United States)
Kim
Heakyung Kim
Professor
Columbia University Medical Center/Weill Cornell Medical College/New York Presbyterian Hospital
(United States)
BIO
Koçer
Serdar Koçer
Head of Rehabilitation Centre , MD
Centre de Reeducation de l'Hopital du Jura
(Switzerland)
BIO
Lackovic
Zdravko Lackovic
Professor of Pharmacology
Department of Pharmacology, University of Zagreb School of Medicine
(Croatia)
BIO
Lee
Wendy Lee
Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology & Dermatology
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
(United States)
BIO
Lindström
Miia Lindström
Professor
University of Helsinki
(Finland)
BIO
Maiaru
Maria Maiaru
Professor
UCL, UK
(United Kingdom)
BIO
McMahon
Stephen McMahon
Professor
King’s College London
(United Kingdom)
BIO
Meunier
Frederic Meunier
Synaptic and Central Mechanisms Contributing to Duration (BoNT Trafficking in Neurons)
Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland
(Australia)
BIO
Montal
Mauricio Montal
Distinguished Professor of Neurobiology
University of California San Diego
(United States)
BIO
Montecucco
Cesare Montecucco
Professor
University of Padova
(Italia)
BIO
Munin
Michael Munin
Professor
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Department Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
(United States)
BIO
Nikoghosyan-Bossen
Gohar Nikoghosyan-Bossen
MD, Medical assistent / Speciality Registrar
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery & Audiology, Rigshospitalet
(Denmark)
BIO
Pagan
Fernando Pagan
Professor and Vice Chairman of Neurology
Georgetown University Hospital
(United States)
BIO
Palhazi
Peter Palhazi
Plastic Surgery Resident & PhD Student
Semmelweis University in Budapest
(Hungary)
BIO
Pellett
Sabine Pellett
Senior Scientist
Dept. of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
(United States)
BIO
Pirazzini
Marco Pirazzini
University of Padova
Biomedical Science department
(Italy)
BIO
Popoff
Michel Popoff
Director of Research
Institut Pasteur
(France)
BIO
Pozo-Rosich
Patricia Pozo-Rosich
Doctor & Professor
Vall & Hebron University Hospital
(Spain)
BIO
Rosales
Raymond Rosales
Professor of Neurology and Neurosciences; Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
Department of Neurology & Phychiatry, University of Santo Tomas
(Philippines)
BIO
Rossetto
Ornella Rossetto
Professor
Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, University of Padova
(Italia)
BIO
Rummel
Andreas Rummel
Doctorate in Natural Sciences
Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Institut für Toxikologie
(Germany)
BIO
Schiavo
Giampietro Schiavo
Professor of Cellular Neurobiology
Dept of Neuromuscular Diseases, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
(United Kingdom)
BIO
Schröder
Sebastian Schröder
PD Dr. med.
University of Munich, Hauner Children’s Hospital
(Germany)
BIO
Shoemaker
Charles Shoemaker
Professor
Tufts University
(United States)
BIO
Simpson
David Simpson
Professor of Neurology; Director, Clinical Neurophysiology Labs and Neuromuscular Division
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
(United States)
BIO
Singer
Carlos Singer
Professor of Neurology
University of Miami
(United States)
BIO
Smith
Christopher Smith
Associate Professor of Urology
Department of Urology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, USA
(United States)
BIO
Solish
Nowell Solish
Assistant Professor of Dermatology Univeristy of Toronto
University of Toronto
(Canada)
BIO
Stam
Henk Stam
Professor
Erasmus University
(Nederland)
BIO
Stenmark
Pål Stenmark
Associate Professor
Stockholm University
(Sweden)
BIO
Tassorelli
Cristina Tassorelli
Professor
Dept of Brain and behavioral Sciences, University of Pavia and IRCCS C. Mondino Foundation
(Italy)
BIO
Thulesen
Jesper Thulesen
MD, PHD, DR.MED.SCI
Hovedstadens Øjenklinik / Capitol Eye Clinic
(Denmark)
Tsui
Joseph Tsui
Professor
Pacific Parkinson Research Centre, University of British Columbia
(Canada)
BIO
Vidailhet
Marie Vidailhet
Professor
Department of Neurology, University Hospital Salpetriere, Sorbonne Universite, Pierre Marie Curie Medical School, ICM (Institute of Brain and Spine), Salpetriere, Paris, France
(France)
Ward
Anthony Ward
Professor
Haywood Hospital, Stoke on Trent, UK. Staffordshire University
(United Kingdom)
BIO
Webb
Robert Webb
Vaccines to BoNT
US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases
(United States)
BIO
Wissel
Jörg Wissel
Professor
Vivantes Hospital Spandau
(Germany)
BIO
Yoelin
Steven Yoelin
Ophthalmologist
Private Practice
(United States)
BIO
Zerbib
Frank Zerbib
Professor
CHU Bordeaux
(France)
BIO
Zetterberg
Lena Zetterberg
Physical Therapist, PhD
Uppsala University
(Sweden)

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International Forum: Exploring the National, Regional, and Local Clinical Experience With Botulinum Neurotoxins

In recognition of the country-specific and/or institution-specific differences in the use of BoNTs in clinical practice, this session is designed for clinicians and research scientists to share their experience and insights with global colleagues. A session format combining presentations and a panel discussion will identify and explore these differences in the clinical application of BoNTs relating to: patient populations, treatment protocols, best practices for common indications, pharmacoeconomic considerations, and data for the use of BoNT therapy in innovative ways.

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Example: If a total of 35% or more has already been cancelled during period 1, it will not be possible to make any further changes or reductions without incurring a charge. If, for example, 15% has been cancelled during period 1, it is possible to cancel additional 20% during period 2, so the total cancellation does not exceed 35% of the final reserved event.

Period 3: During the period of 89- 60 days prior to arrival a maximum of 10% of the final reservation per day may be cancelled with no charge.

Example: If a total of 10% or more has already been cancelled during period 1 and 2, it will not be possible to make any further changes or reduction without incurring a charge s. If, for example, 5% has been cancelled during period 1 and 2, it is possible to cancel additional 5% during period 3, so the total cancellation does not exceed 10% of the final reserved event.

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Example: If a total of 5% or more has already been cancelled during period 1, 2 and 3, it will not be possible to make any further changes or reductions without incurring a charge. If, for example, 2% has been cancelled during period 1, 2 and 3, it is possible to cancel additional 3% during period 4, so the total cancellation does not exceed 5% of the final reserved event.

After period 4, cancelled room nights will be subject to a 100% charge, equivalent to the full value, including any applicable VAT.

In the case of no-shows, delayed arrival or early departure the hotel is entitled to payment equivalent to the full price of the original reservation (all nights) as booked.

All changes and amendments by the client have to be confirmed in writing by the Hotel to be validated.

A contract addendum will be sent and should be signed by client for any changes above original contracted room booking.

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General Guidelines for Abstract Review

Eligible abstracts should present original research on the science of botulinum neurotoxins or their clinical application. Abstracts should be current and of broad interest and importance to those engaged in the field of botulinum neurotoxin research and therapeutics.

Each abstract should be concise and factual. An abstract should briefly state the purpose of the research, the principal results, and major conclusions. Abstracts must be submitted in English.

All abstract(s) should be unbranded; generic names should be used after first mention of product brand names.

Financial support of the research being submitted in the abstract should be indicated if applicable.

Both structured and unstructured abstracts are acceptable. Other (unstructured) abstracts will not follow this format but should contain the same information.

Structured abstracts should be formatted as follows:

• Abstract title
• Authors’ names and affiliations
• Corresponding author contact information

Introduction
This section should briefly state the precise objectives of the research or study question and explanatory background.

Methods
The experimental methodology should be clearly described.

Results
Results should be clear and concise. The main outcomes of the study should be reported and quantified.

Conclusions
The main conclusions that are supported by the study should be presented indicating clinical/research or health policy implications.

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