Date Event Venue

5 - 6 April

3rd Singapore International Neurocognitive Symposium

Hilton Singapore

24 April


CNS Debates

(co-organised with the Clinical Neuroscience Society, Singapore)

Royal Plaza on Scotts Singapore
24 August 

6th Chapter of Neurologists Lecture

(delivered during the 2nd AMM-AMS-HKAM Tripartite Congress & 47th Singapore-Malaysia Congress of Medicine 2013)

  • Invited Speaker: Prof Tan Chong Tin

'An update on henipavirus infection and sarcosystosis, an emerging brain and muscle infection'

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel


Date Event Venue

23 - 24 March

5th Singapore International Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Symposium (PDMDS)

Concorde Hotel Singapore

12 April

CNS Debates
(co-organised with the Clinical Neuroscience Society, Singapore)
(supported by Novartis)

  • Invited Speakers: A/Prof Louis Tan and Dr Prakash Kumar

'Which Symptoms Have Greater Impact on Patients with Parkinson's Disease: Motor or Non-Motor?'

  • Invited Speakers: Dr Bengt Karlsson and A/Prof Ivan Ng

'What is the Best Treatment for Arterio-Venous Malformations: Radiosurgery or Microsurgery?'

Au Petit Salut

8 - 9 September


Medicine Review Course 2012

  • Speaker: Dr Kevin Tan

'Treating the Persistent Headache'

  • Speaker: Dr Kay Ng

'Managing Acute Neuromuscular Weakness'

  • Speaker: Dr See Siew Ju

'Approach to Transient Amnesia'

Auditorium, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
9 - 10 November

14th Singapore Stroke Conference 2012

  • Theme: Stroke - A Multidisciplinary Approach
Auditorium, Health Promotion Board


Date Event Venue

17 - 18 September


Medicine Review Course 2011 (Combined Symposium with the Chapter of Geriatricians)

  • Speaker: A/Prof Yap Keng Bee

'Parkinson's in the Older Person - A Different Approach?'

  • Speaker: Dr Deidre De Silva

'Myth or Reality - There is Limited Treatment in Ischaemic Stroke?'

  • Speaker: Dr Shahul Hameed

'Dementia - A Disease with no Hope?'

Auditorium, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
21 October 13th Singapore Stroke Conference 2011
  • Theme: Bringing You to the Frontiers of Cerebrovascular Medicine
College of Medicine Building



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