Winter Newsletter 2014

2014 EAEEG Annual Meeting – Chateau Bromont, Quebec

Dear EAEEG Member:

The Eastern Association of Electroencephalographers (EAEEG) was established in 1939 by workers from Montreal and Boston. Founding members included Wilder Penfield, Herbert Jasper, and many other pioneers of North American electroencephalography. The Eastern Association was the first EEG society in North America and continues to work to promote dialog between clinicians and basic researchers in the neurosciences.

The EAEEG holds a single annual meeting (typically in February), alternating annually between New York City and the Montreal Region. Each meeting features a major talk or symposium along with a session for free communications.

The next meeting will take place in Chateau Bromont in Quebec on February 14 and 15, 2014. Please see the “Conference Schedule” link above for details.

Epilepsy and electrophysiology are continuing themes of the EAEEG but all related neuroscience areas are covered. Recent symposia topics have included: in vivo brain imaging, sleep, magnetic brain stimulation and functional neuroimaging. Over the years, invited speakers have included: Norbert Wiener, Sir John Eccles, Eric Kandel, Mark Hallett and many other prominent contributors in the neurosciences. Society Proceedings are generally published in Clinical Neurophysiology.