We are delighted to welcome you to the tenth edition of the EANS Annual Meeting & Research Course of Young Neurosurgeons which this year will take place on 26 – 28 March 2020 in Zurich, Switzerland.
The event is aimed at neurosurgeons in the years between qualification and consultancy, and is of particular interest to those who have completed the EANS Training Courses.
The session formats of the EANS 10th Annual Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting & Research Course include round tables, presentations and current updates encouraging debate and discussion. We support the opportunity tobring your own cases to what we hope will be a truly interactive meeting.
The EANS Young Neurosurgeons’ Meeting was conceived as a bridge for those years in between the European Training Courses in Neurosurgery and consultancy. Strictly speaking 'young neurosurgeons’ are defined as those in the 10 years after board certification.
It is an educational meeting with a strong faculty: participant ratio, which provides unique networking opportunities.
The EANS believes that creating a community of young neurosurgeons, for young neurosurgeons, is of crucial importance – and not just to the wider neurosurgical community, but also to the future leadership of the EANS itself.
YN Meetings provide a unique chance to interact with the faculty as equals, to ask probing questions, and to participate in lively debate about neurosurgical controversies. They are also the ideal place to bring your own cases for second opinions, reviews, help, and honest discussion.

We are proud to announce that Dr Henry Marsh will give his special talk
Things that matter most – retrospect on a neurosurgeon’s career
on 27 March during the EANS 10th Annual Young Neurosurgeons’s meeting.
Dr Marsh is a leading English neurosurgeon and acclaimed author of his memoir
Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery published in 2014.

Registration opens on 15 November 2019.

For more information please visit the Meeting’s web page.