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15th Annual International Congress of The Academy for Multidisciplinary Neurotraumatology (AMN)

Dates | 20th – 22nd October 2017 Venue | Gainesville, Florida, United States of America

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Monday, 27 Mar 2017

WFNR Honorary Membership

The WFNR welcomed a new Honorary Member during WCNR2014 in Istanbul – Klaus von Wild, Professor of Neurosurgery at Wilhelm University in Münster, Germany.  Professor von Wild is the former Treasurer of WFNR.

“Klaus has been an advocate for neurorehabilitation for over 20 years.  He has worked tirelessly to engage and foster networks around the world” said Stephanie Clarke, WFNR President - General Asssembly, WCNR2014.

WFNR Honorary Membership

Presented to Klaus R.H. von Wild

In appreciation for his many years of service to the WFNR and his numerous

contributions to the field of neurosurgery and neurorehabilitation.

The membership of the WFNR salutes Professor von Wild on the occasion

of the Eighth World Congress for Neurorehabilitation , Istanbul, Turkey,

11 April  2014

On behalf of the Membership

Stephanie Clarke, President

Leonard S W Li, President Elect, Michael E. Selzer, Past President

Volker Hömberg, Secretary General;  Michael P. Barnes Treasurer

about us

The purpose of the World AMN , Academy for Multidisciplinary Neurotraumatology, is the advancement of neurotraumatology in research, practical application and teaching.

The purpose of the AMN is to be attained by, in particular:

1. The organisation of international congresses as well as participation in such events including regional and national workshops and educational meetings in all fields of neurotraumatology.
2. Commitment to excellence in education through organisation of workshops and intensification of cooperation with scientific academies, societies, associations as well as research institutions and companies who are concerned with questions related to neurotraumatology.
3. The communication between national and international academies, societies and associations concerned with neurotraumatology in research, practical applications and education.

In special cases the AMN could be asked for expert opinions to represent the joint interests of neurotraumatology, towards authorities, insurance companies, medical personnel, representative bodies and third parties at an international level.

The AMN is involved directly and exclusively in non-profit activities in the sense of "activities entitled to taxation relief" in the taxation classification.