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Welcome to Munich

Dear friends and colleagues,

Paediatric Neurology is a leading discipline. Combining the fascination for the child and the childs’ brain, it is located in the center of medicine, science and the understanding of human development. Paediatric Neurology is opening new horizons for acute and chronic health conditions. Leaps of innovation are taking place for methods, medications, interventions and brain research. Right now Paediatric Neurology transfers its’ visionary future to the children with neurological complexity.

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For the 2025 EPNS Munich Congress we classify our field into A for acute, B for Brain, Health & Science and C for Chronic. We are building our own alphabet of research and care taking: dedicated to the children, equipped for the extending variety of neuropaediatric diseases, stimulating and integrating science.

In 2025, be part of this unique ABC format to learn, teach (and be tought), meet and exchange ideas on an international stage.

Professor Florian Heinen
On behalf of the Local organising team

Call for Abstracts

Submit your abstract online covering the field of paediatric neurology from September 2024 to January 2025.

Highlight Topics


  • Paediatric Stroke
  • Status epilepticus, Status dystonicus
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Migraine
  • Neonatal and paediatric
    neurocritical care


  • Artificial intelligence
  • Neurogenetics
  • Neuroimaging
  • Neuromodulation


  • Care structure for children with
    neurological complexity
  • Neurodevelopment
  • Neurorehabilitation










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About the EPNS

The European Paediatric Neurology Society is a thriving and growing society of more than 2,000 health professionals, scientists, and students with a clinical or research interest in Paediatric Neurology. The society promotes training, best practice in clinical care and research and lobbies for children with neurological disorders at a European level. Learn more about the EPNS at or contact us at

Target Audience

  • Paediatric Neurologists
  • Neurodisability Specialists
  • Neurophysiologists
  • Child Psychiatrists
  • Geneticists
  • Adult Neurologists
  • Nurse Specialists
  • Neuropsychologists
  • Speech & Language Therapists
  • Industry Partners
  • Neuroscientists

Reasons to attend

Bring home the latest updates on developing technologies, clinical applications and practical solutions.


Educate yourself as you earn CME Credits to maintain or achieve certification.


Exchange ideas, share problems, discover solutions with international peers. You’ll create a network you can rely on long after the congress ends.


Recharge your batteries and return to your workplace brimming with innovative ideas and suggestions for improvements.


Discover innovative products, services and medications that might improve your patient‘s quality of life.


Hosting City & Venue

Munich, Germany
ICM – International Congress Center

Local Host Society

GNP – Gesellschaft für Neuropädiatrie

Local Organising Team

Prof. Dr. med. Florian Heinen, Munich
PD Dr. med. Lucia Gerstl, Munich
Prof. Dr. med. Ingo Borggräfe, Munich
PD Dr. med. Katharina Vill, Munich
Prof. Dr. med. Steffen Berweck, Munich, Vogtareuth
Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Kieslich, Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Lücke, Bochum
Prof. Dr. med. Maja von der Hagen, Dresden
Prof. Dr. med. Kevin Rostasy, Datteln
Prof. Dr. med. Andrea Klein, Bern (CH)
Dr. med. Manuela Baumgartner, Linz (A)
Dr. med. Folkert Fehr, Sinsheim
Prof. Dr. med. Ulrike Schara-Schmidt, Essen

Congress Office, Industry Relations & Organiser

Intercongress GmbH
Ingeborg-Krummer-Schroth-Str. 30
79106 Freiburg, Germany