18th ESO Stroke Summer School, 24 - 29 August 2014

The ESO summer school is organized each year by a team of stroke physicians in a European city, and is supported and endorsed by ESO.

During one week, stroke specialists from Europe provide their expert knowledge to young physicians with a major interest in cerebrovascular diseases. 

Local Organising Commitee

 For further information contact:

Kirsty McAneny 
Tel:  0141 201 2474 - If calling from outwith UK, replace '0141' with:-
  • 044 141 from a land line
  • +44 141 from a mobile
Email: kirsty.mcaneny@glasgow.ac.uk

Provisonal programme (subject to change):

Accomodation - Queen Margaret Residence

Queen Margaret residence provides en suite, self-catered accommodation . The self-contained flats contain single study en suite bedrooms and a common dining/kitchen area.

How to get Here

Details concerning travel directions to Queen Margaret Residences can be found below.  Please choose the link most appropiate to your method of transport:

Venue

The Summer school will mainly be held in the main Campus of the university, registration shall be in the Fore Hall (A8 on map) adjoing the university chapel

How to Apply

There is a competitive application for this programme and places are limited to 2 delegates per country and no more than one delegate per European stroke unit. If additional places remain, applicants from non-European stroke units will be considered. 

Please note that our summer school is available to candidates up to and including the age of 45.

The application process requires submission of the following items to this email address neupsy-ins-summerschool@glasgow.ac.uk by 5pm (GMT) 31st March 2014 (Please mark the Subject as : Application for ESO Summer School)

  1. Letter of motivation (one page A4)
  2. Letter of support from a senior colleague (one page A4)
  3. Curriculum Vitae

Once the application period is over, the local organising commette selects the participants on the basis of : -

  1. Application (letter of motivation, CV, letter of support)
  2. Current affiliation with a European stroke unit
  3. Maximum two participants per country, one per stroke unit. 

If there are available places, applicants from non-European countries will be considered.

The decisions of the local organising committee are final.


The summer school covers all related costs: hotel accommodation, selected meals, coffee breaks and the social programmes. Whereas attendees will have to cover their own travel expenses, meals not included in the programme and any personal expenses . Accompanying persons will not be allowed to attend the events of the programme.

Particpants

Participants

‌Photos of the summer school shall be published during the week of 24th August 2014, in the meantime please peruse photos from previous summer schools.

 

We would like to thank our event sponsors: