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2015-09-30 20:12 GMT+03:00 WARDLAW Joanna <Joanna.Wardlaw@ed.ac.uk>:
Dear Prof. Uzuner,
On behalf of the European Stroke Organisation, I would like to invite you to join the ESO International Liaison Committee (ILC). The European Stroke Organisation (ESO) is a pan-European society of stroke researchers and physicians, national and regional stroke societies and lay organisations, founded in December 2007, whose aim is to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke.
The ESO provides assistance in achieving this goal and in harmonising stroke management across the whole of Europe.
I became Chair of the ILC in Jan 2015. Historically, the ILC has been in charge of the ESO endorsement of scientific activities. However increasingly since Jan 2015, we have also become involved in encouraging national stroke societies to affiliate with ESO, and in brokering affiliations between ESO and other relevant European Societies (eg Neurology, Cardiology) and Stroke Societies outside Europe (eg Chinese Stroke Association). We are allowed up to 10 active members and 1-3 advisors. We are keen to ensure good representation across Europe and in other world regions. The members (also in cc) in addition to myself are:
· Louisa Christensen, Denmark
· Paul Eioin Cotter, Ireland
· Ming Liu, VR China
· Ayrton Massaro, Brazil
· Hawraman Ramadan, United Kingdom
· Peter Schellinger, Germany
· Georgios K. Tsivgoulis, Greece
· Roman Herzig, Czech Republic – Advisor
We are also going to invite Dr Joseph Broderick, to represent the USA, which will complete the full complement of members.
The ILC meets once a year at ESOC and communicates by email in between. The term on the Committee is up to four years. The burden is not excessive, we have made interesting contacts with stroke enthusiasts in other world regions, and hopefully you will see this as an opportunity to increase networking to enhance progress in reducing the impact of stroke within Europe and through links to countries close by as well as further afield.
We look forward to your reply, Please let me know if you need further information.
Chair, ILC, ESO
Prof JM Wardlaw, MD, FRCR, FRCP, FMedSci, FRSE,
Professor of Applied Neuroimaging and Honorary Consultant Neuroradiologist,
Head of Division, Neuroimaging Sciences;
Director, Brain Research Imaging Centre, Edinburgh Imaging;
Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences,
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