It gives us immense pleasure to welcome you to the 27th Annual Conference of-Indian Academy of Neurology (IANCON 2019)to be held from 03-06 October, 2019in the historical city of Hyderabad, India. The conference is designed to provide the academic activity of the highest order, comprising lectures, symposia and interactive sessions on cutting edge topics by reputed international and national faculty. Besides, there will be an opportunity for residents and young neurologists to present their research and interact with the experts. The meeting promises to update all participants with the state of art knowledge relevant to their daily clinical practice.
The Conference is being held at the Hyderabad International Conventional Centre (HICC), the most spacious and world-class convention center in India. Besides the academic feast, the conference will provide the opportunity to experience the smells, sounds and lights of 400-year-old multi-ethnic Hyderabad, the bustling cantonment city of Secunderabad and the fast emerging IT hub of Cyberabad. The triple-city is surrounded by world-famous attractions like Charminar, Qutub Shahi Tombs, Hussain Sagar Lake, Golkonda Fort, Salar Jung Museum, Nehru Zoological Park and now the widely acclaimed Ramoji Film Studio. The weather in October is pleasant. You can get the feel of the city by walking in its streets and savor its Irani chai and delicious biryani or you may prefer to travel in friendly cabs, easily accessible autorickshaws and now the ultramodern Metro. Hyderabad has excellent connectivity to all cities in India by air and train and is equally well connected to the world by its International Airport. Our travel desk will be happy to assist you in planning your trips and tours.
Friends, we promise you that IANCON 2019 will be a unique and memorable experience full of learning, networking, and enjoyment. So get ready to join us in October this year for 4 days of Conference and a lifetime of friendship!
With warm regards,
Dr. S Mohandas Organizing Chairman
Dr. Sita Jayalakshmi