All are invited to the Neuro where colleagues, friends and former trainees will gather to pay homage to Fred Andermann (1930-2019), one of the world’s most distinguished epileptologists. Talks will highlight Dr. Andermann’s immense legacy and discuss the latest advances in Epilepsy Syndromes and Genetics, Investigative Procedures, and Epilepsy Surgery.
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- Fred Andermann
- Gala Dinner
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- Fred Andermann Lecture in Clinical Epileptology
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The Gala dinner brings together friends, family, former colleagues and trainees of Fred Andermann. An evening filled with fine wine, sumptuous food and an opportunity to remember Fred. The dinner will take place at Le Loft Hotel situated at the intersection of the well-known Latin Quarters and the stylish Plateau Mount Royal. Completed in 1920 by Montreal’s preeminent architect, Ernest Cormier, the building is one of the city’s enduring Art Deco landmarks. This location radiates rich local culture and the true essence of an amazing city. It importantly combines contemporary design by Jaime Bouzaglo (Alcazar, Spanish Morrocco) with intriguing architectural history.
Cocktails begin at 7PM in the sumptuous Sherbrooke Hall, the dinner at 8PM in the St. Denis Hall.
Le Loft Hotel - 314 Sherbrooke Street East or secondary entrance at 334 Terrasse St. Denis
Guy Rouleau, Neuro Director
Jean Gotman, Co-Chair
Francois Dubeau, Co-Chair
Fred Andermann Lecture in Clinical Epileptology
The International League against Epilepsy (ILAE) has created the “Fred Andermann Lecture in Clinical Epileptology” which will take place at the International Epilepsy Congress. Your donation to endow a fund to support this lecture is essential. To donate, please follow this link https://www.ilae.org/about-ilae/donate
McGill University has agreements for special rates with several other downtown hotels.
Montreal Neurological Institute
3801 University Street, room 684
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2B4
Email: debbie.rashcovsky [at] mcgill.ca