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Published on : Friday, November 15, 2013
The objectives of the “16th World Neurosonology Meeting” were to offer a platform for experts from all over the world to discuss the present state-of-the-art in neurosonology, to standardise and advance teaching programs and to update and discuss guidelines and standards. This four-day event was able to bring together internationally recognized specialists as well as leading experts in the field of neurosonology and application of therapeutic ultrasound in neurology.
The host city, Sofia, was the ideal place to welcome the conference. The capital of Bulgaria is the largest city in the country and one of the oldest capitals in Europe, famous with the warm and friendly people as well as with its great infrastructure. The city where the East meets the West is easily accessible with many direct flights and numerous of its historical buildings are listed among the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Sofia is the perfect place for conferences with the largest congress center on the Balkans, the variety of tourist attractions the city offers, and all that offered with a great value for money
Julieta Trifonova, Country Manager of AIM Group Sofia Office, commented: “this conference is the most important annual world forum in the field of neurosonology. We welcomed in Sofia approximately 450 participants from 36 countries and provided a high-level scientific programme. A gala dinner at the National Museum of History and a visit of the exhibition “Wonders of Bulgaria” in the National Palace of Culture, shaped an unforgettable stay for everyone.”
AIM Group’s Sofia Office is one of the most sought after Professional Congress Organisers and DMC’s in Bulgaria and it is a part of AIM Group International with over 50 years experience in organizing congresses, conferences and events.
The work of AIM Group’s Sofia Office was highly recognized by the “Neurosonology Research Group” of the ”World Federation of Neurology” and by the “Bulgarian Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics”. According to Professor Manfred Kaps, President of “World Federation of Neurology”: “This was a very successful conference on a highly scientific state-of-the-art level, which gave us lots of inspiration and will be unforgettable for all of us. Moreover, we enjoyed the heartful Bulgarian hospitality. It was also a great pleasure for us to host a large numbers of students, as the representation of the younger generation is always very important to our conferences.”
Source:- AIM Group