7th MEETING OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF NEUROSONOLOGY AND CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS

May 26–28 2002

Congress Registration


Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau of the Bernese Alps

 

Instructions for Congress Registration are found on the form that can be downloaded by clicking on the link below:

Download the Congress Registration Form (Word Document) here


A complete forms package (Hotel-, Abstract and Registration Forms) is also available for download here (forms.zip - 23kB) -- it requires the WinZip utility for extraction.

A Printable version of the Preliminary Program is also available for download here (prelimprogram.pdf - 2.4MB)



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Menu for navigation and saving when downloading files

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