Dear Colleagues, dear Friends,
We hope that you have overcome the disappointment of the ABC WIN postponement, which is our most precious reunion after so long.
Be ready now for the WIN sessions that we prepare for April 24-29!
GREAT NEWS!! Thanks to Alex Berenstein’s proposal, and after fruitful discussions, we have all decided by mutual agreement to propose to all of you to merge exceptionally this year in Val d’Isère at the Congress Center Henri Oreiller both WIN and the 5th World AVM congress initially considered to be held in New York, April 11-13.
Indeed, as participants to both meetings belong to the same neuroscientific community, and as both congresses were supposed to be held during the same month a short time from each other, maintaining both meetings would have brought some difficulties to many of us who would not have been able to participate to both meetings. Furthermore, this will give a stronger impact to this year’s event.
For these reasons, the program of this very special AVM-WIN 2022 congress will be as follows:
Sunday April 24 and Monday April 25: 5th World AVM Meeting. The official program of these exceptional two days is available on the programme tab.
From Tuesday April 26 to Friday April 29: usual WIN sessions dedicated to the free discussions of abstracts that have been submitted.
The WIN will begin thus this year by the topic « AVM » which will make naturally the link between the two meetings.
Do not hesitate to consult the webpages of both events: www.abcwin-seminar.com and https://avm2022.org. You will find all details concerning the registrations, hotels, and abstracts. The registrations already made for the January ABC-WIN will of course remain valid for the April AVM-WIN.
Because of this organization, the ABC session on « The limbic system » will be postponed to January 15, 2023. The program will remain the same.
We sincerely hope that you will enjoy this particular form and will be as thrilled as we all are.
We look forward to seeing you in Val d’Isère next April! Stay safe in the meantime!
Warm regards to all of you,
Alex BERENSTEIN - Serge BRACARD - Georges RODESCH