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SCHEDULE 2

EVENT TIME TABLE

DAY 2 - JUNE 16

THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF INTRACTABILITY    Chairs: Hans Lüders, Jean Gotman

8:00       Early ictal spread – what it means for surgery – Fabrice Bartolomei MD PHD

8:30       High frequency oscillations – what we know now – Jean Gotman PhD

9:00       Ictal and inter-ictal infraslow – how to look and what it means – Sasha Wu MD PhD

9:30       Case Discussion: Utility of HFOs and Infraslow in surgical practice – Julia Jacobs MD PhD 

10:00       Coffee Break

10:15      Plenary Lecture – Jerome Engel MD PhD

The Epileptogenic Zone – Current Concepts

EPILEPSY SURGERY – GLOBAL ASPECTS    Chairs: Philippe Kahane, Edouard Hirsch

11:00       Epilepsy Surgery in the USA; under or over-utilized? – Stephan Schuele MD

11:20       Is non-invasive evaluation sufficient in most cases? – Jayanti Mani MD

11:40       Is ECoG sufficient enough in difficult cases? – Prasanna Jayakar MD PHD

12:00       Epilepsy Surgery in children: what is different from adults – Michael Duchovny MD

12:20       Building Epilepsy Surgery Programs: The Iranian Experience – Jafar Mehvari MD

12:40       Epilepsy Surgery in Korea – Seung Bong Hong MD

1:00        Lunch Break

                     Industry Symposium

                     Poster Viewing and Competition

LESION NEGATIVE INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY : PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS    Chairs: Jerome Engel, Suzanne Knake

Part 1 : Temporal lobe epilepsy

 2:00       Mesio-Temporal lobe epilepsy – Case discussion – Edouard Hirsch MD PHD

2:25       Neocortical temporal lobe epilepsy – Case discussion – Soheyl Noachtar MD

2:50       Temporal plus epilepsy – Case discussion – Philippe Ryvlin MD

3:15       Minimalist surgery in TLE – Hippocampal transection – Shahram Amina MD

3:40       Coffee Break

LESION NEGATIVE INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATION    Chairs : Hajo Hamer, Stefano Francione

Part 2 : Frontal lobe epilepsy – Case based discussions

4.00       Orbito-frontal epilepsy – Philippe Kahane MD PHD

4:25       Anterior cingulate epilepsy – Nuria Lacuey MD

4.50       SSMA epilepsy – Hans Holthausen MD

5.15       Dorsolateral frontal lobe epilepsy – François Dubeau MD PHD

5.40       Surgical Outcomes of Frontal Lobe Resections – Jonathan Miller MD

6:10       End of day 2