Educational Lectures

Jeroen Vermeulen

Jeroen Vermeulen

Prof. dr R. Jeroen Vermeulen did his training in Medicine at the VU medical center in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He got his PhD on a thesis about the role of Dopamine D1 receptors agonists in a model for Parkinson’s disease. After his residency in neurology he became child neurologist at the VU medical center in Amsterdam. He did his training in child neurology under supervision of professor Marjo van de Knaap. He did additional training in child neurology in Tubingen (Germany) under supervision of prof.dr. I. Krageloh-Mann.

Andrea-Guzzetta

Andrea Guzzetta

In his talk, based on his research group’s interests in foetal/infant motor behaviour and the emergence of intersubjectivity, Prof. Guzzetta will address the connection between movement and social development, and the implications in children with brain damage, starting from early gestation up to the first months of life.

Keynote lecture presented at the 32th EACD Annual Meeting in Poznan, November 27, 2020

Jaap-Harlaar

Jaap Harlaar

Educational Director Clinical Technology & Technical Medicine
Delft University of Technology, Rotterdam Erasmus MC & Leiden UMC

Huub-van-Hedel

Huub Van Hedel

Prof. for Neurorehabilitation, head of research and member of the executive board of Swiss Children’s Rehab, University Children’s Hospital Zurich

Bryony Beresford

Bryony Beresford

PhD, UK,
Professor of Health and Care Services Research Director,
Social Policy Research Unit Assistant Director,
Martin House Research Centre University of York

Roslyn Boyd

Rosalyn Boyd

PhD, PT, Australia
Professor of Cerebral Palsy Research, Child Health Research Centre, The University of Queensland

Peter Rosenbaum

Peter Rosenbaum

MD, FRCP(C), Canada
Professor of Pediatrics at McMaster University

Peter Rosenbaum has been a Professor of Pediatrics at McMaster University since 1984. In 1989, he co-founded the award-winning CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research, recognized world-wide for its research and dissemination activities. He held an inaugural Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs (2001- 2014), has held more than 80 peer-reviewed research grants, and is a contributing author to > 370 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters.

Mauricio-Delgado

Mauricio Delgado

MD, FRCPC, FAAN, USA
Director of Pediatric Neurology and Neurorehabilitation for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, Texas

Bernard Dan

Bernard Dan

Paediatric neurologist and rehabilitation physician
Université libre de Bruxelles and Inkendaal Rehabilitation Hospital

Sergiusz Jozwiak

Sergiusz Jóźwiak

MD, PhD
Warsaw Medical University, Warsaw, Poland