July 6th: 10th Swiss Movement Disorders Symposium, Lucerne, August 30th-31st
We are happy to announce the annual Swiss Movement Disorders Symposium taking place in Lucerne from 30th to 31st August, 2018.
This meeting offers a great opportunity to obtain latest clinical and scientific updates in the field of movements disorders, presented by esteemed national and international speakers. After the successful introduction of the “Swiss Young Neurologists” session last year, we will continue this year with a talk about relevant aspects of neuroimaging in movement disorders given by Prof. Dr. Bogdan Draganski (Lausanne).
Please find the program for the meeting under the link:
For registration please send an e-mail to Ms Lucy Ferguson:
July 6th: SFCNS Summer School, Inselspital Bern, August 24th-25th
It was a great pleasure to welcoming you to the 1st SFCNS Summer School which took place from August 11-12, 2017 in Zurich, Switzerland.
Thank you very much for your participation in this new event of the Neurosocieties.
Following Modul I in 2017, we are honored to invite you to the 2nd SFCNS Summer School 2018, held from August 24-25, 2018 at the Inselspital in Bern, Switzerland.
The Module II this year is constructed around the following topics:
· Sleep and epilepsy
· Emergencies in the Neurocenter
The program, the registration and all information can be found on this website.
New in 2018: you can also buy day tickets for Friday, August 24 or Saturday, August 25, 2018. There are also reduced participation fees for students now.
As last year, there will be a casual networking event on Friday evening.
On behalf of the co-presidents of the organizing committe, Prof. Dr. Marcel Arnold and Dr. Rebekka Kurmann, we are looking forward to welcoming you in Bern and are happy to answer any further questions you may have!
During the last SAYN spring workshop in Zurich, which was held together with the European sister association EAN-RRFS, the Executive Committee had to be reorganized. We thank our outgoing president Rebekka Kurmann and wish her all the best for her future challenges. The new Committee is presented in this section on the website.
The SNS Academy of Young Neurologists is open for registration (July 5th-7th in Zurich). You can find further detailed information about the programme and registration HERE.
We want to announce that the curriculum for the neurological residency has been changed slightly. You can find the current version of the curriculum under the following links German, French, which contains the new regulation concerning the expert reports.
In August the 2nd SFCNS Summer School with participation of SAYN will take place in Berne. On this homepage you will find further information.
March 9th: Board Exam
The registration for the Board exam FMH Neurology is now possible. You find further information on that page:
March 9th: 6. Dreiländertagung Kopfschmerzsymposium
A headache symposium with specialists from Austria, Germany and Switzerland will take place from March 15th-17th in Bad Zurzach. The programme covers a broad range of topics, applying to a wide audience. Further details on the programme and the registration on that site: https://dreilaendertagung-skg-2018.congress-imk.ch/
December 19th: Fachtagung für Neurophysiologie und angrenzende Gebiete
Recommendation: Early in the new year 2018 (Jan 20th – 27th) the “Fachtagung für Neurophysiologie und angrenzende Gebiete“ in Damüls (Bregenzerwald), Austria, will take place. It is an international conference with instructive practical courses (e.g. ENMG, Nerve Ultrasound) in the morning, led by experts, and high-quality talks on different topics in the evening. In between there is enough time to enjoy your leisure time, the surrounding or the big skiing area.
SAYN Representatives were invited to give talks during that conference: Hope to see a lot of you there!
December 19th: SAYNapse Discussion Forum
Come and visit our SAYNapse Discussion Forum, which is a Facebook-based forum for SAYN-members.
It is a way to contact directly the association for questions regarding SAYN and/or neurological residency in Switzerland. Feedback regarding SAYN and our activities is welcomed.
Visit the SAYNapse Forum!
November 23rd: Over 100 members
Our growing community has surpassed the number of 100 members, so that we are approaching 150! Since we are still growing, we are looking forward to facing new future challenges.
November 22nd: Meeting of the Swiss Stroke Society
We would like to remind you of the upcoming meeting of the Swiss Stroke Society (January 2018, Lausanne) and the extended abstract submission deadline. Please visit the homepage of the Swiss Stroke Society for more detailed information.
August 8th: 1st SAYN teaching course
The first teaching course of the Swiss Association of Young Neurologists (SAYN) will take place on August 26th at the Inselspital Bern.
We managed to acquire specialists with excellent clinical and educational skills, so this surely will be a very rewarding course. HERE you can find further information on the programme and the registration.
This course comes without a registration fee, but is eligible for SAYN-members only.
If you are not a SAYN-Member yet, but want to attend the teaching course, you can participate if you apply for a SAYN-Membership before the course. Simply attach a copy of the submitted application to your registration email.
June 26th: 100th Member Reward
As a fast-rising association reaching more and more Young Neurologists all over Switzerland, SAYN is approaching the milestone of one hundred members.
The hundredth member will be rewarded a free membership in the first year – apart from all the other benefits all members can profit from (e.g. reduced FMH exam fee, reduced registration fee for Annual Meeting of the Swiss Neurological Society), which you can discover here on our website.
June 6th: Job Exchange Platform
The new Exchange Platform has just been launched which gives opportunities for all Young Neurologists to gather experience in different neurological departments around the country. For further information see "Exchange Platform" in the menu. Click here for direct access to the Platform.