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Plenaries in English *Plenaries in English will be live-streamed for online participants.

Plenary Speakers (Provisional)

Plenary Lecture 01

ALS: Overview of pathogenesis research and novel treatments (tentative)
Thursday, June 1, 11:00-11:45
Room 01: Makuhari Messe International Conference Hall 2F Convention Hall

Matthew Kiernan
The University of Sydney, Faculty of Medicine and Health, Australia

Plenary Lecture 02

Neurology in Asia (tentative)
Friday, June 2, 12:45-13:30
Room 01: Makuhari Messe International Conference Hall 2F Convention Hall

Nortina Shahrizalia
Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Symposia in English (Provisional)

*All Symposia in English will be live-streamed for online participants.
*This program is as of November 2022 and subject to change.

Wednesday, May 31 AM

  • The current update of restless legs syndrome; from mechanisms to treatment
  • Overview of autoimmune peripheral neuropathies

Wednesday, May 31 PM

  • Anti-amyloid therapy for Alzheimer's disease: the time has come
  • Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease
  • Uncovering molecular link between nutrition and neurodegeneration in ALS

Thursday, June 1 AM

  • All Roads Lead to Cure – from basic researches towards clinical trials for ataxia

Thursday, June 1 PM

  • Gene and cell therapy for neurological diseases
  • Disease-modifying treatment of PD: What is the rate-limiting factor of drug discovery?
  • Road to new treatments for autoimmune peripheral neuropathy
  • Seeing is believing: journey to identify culprit in ALS

Friday, June 2 AM

  • Women in Neurology in the USA and Japan

Friday, June 2 PM

  • Common and specific pathologies in neurodegeneration
  • The Dawn of A New Era – Therapy for GNE Myopathy
  • Lessons Learned from Imaging on Clinical Issues in Parkinson's Disease and related disorders

Saturday, June 3 AM

  • Beyond the clinical practice guideline for epilepsy
  • Functional neurological disorders: updates and the role of neurologists
  • Tauopathies: Pathomechanism and management strategies
  • Migraine: Pathophysiology and the paradigm shift of management

International Education Course *On-site only

Thursday, June 1 AM

  • Glamping with the Experts for Mastering Movement Disorders