Dear all,

Fall 2021 looks better and we are optimistic about having our Miami course face to face Nov 14 to 18. The topic will be « Insular epilepsies »
However, the situation being more unstable in Singapore we will postpone the course to spring 2022 ( most probably June)
Finally, Venice should welcome us in February 2022 ( 8 to 12) and is already fully booked with our participants of 2020)
We hope you will all have an enjoyable summer and stay at your disposal for any further question.

Take care of you and of your beloved

The SEEG course secretariat

The SEEG course is a unique initiative which has proved extremely successful since 2010. The success of the course has led to duplicate this initiative in North America since 2012 and in Asia since 2017 with similar enthusiasm from participants.

Each time, groups of participants work on actual patient data under the permanent supervision of SEEG experts from most experienced Centers in the world .After reviewing digitized scalp-EEG video, MRI, and PET data, each group make decisions on performing and designing an optimal SEEG investigation. They then review and interpret the SEEG findings, and eventually recommend a surgical decision. Each group’s conclusion is thoroughly discussed during plenary sessions.

Next SEEG Courses

November 14-18 2021


“Insular Epilepsies“
The course will take place on November 14-18, 2021.

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February 8-12 2022


The course will take place from 8 to 12 February 2022.

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Spring 2022


“Fronto-mesial seizures“
The course is postponed to Spring 2022.

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Course directors



Dr. Stefano Francione is the lead epileptologist and head of the “Claudio Munari” Epilepsy Surgery Centre, Niguarda Ca’ Granda Hospital,Milan, Italy.



Philippe Kahane, MD-PhD, is a neurologist and neurophysiologist, Hospital Practioner and University Professor at Grenoble-Alpes University and Hospital (France). He is the Director of the Grenoble Hospitalo-University Federation of Clinical Neurosciences and is in charge of the clinical epileptology program. He is acknowledged as an international expert on presurgical assessment of drug-resistant epilepsies, including SEEG investigations, with more than 25 years of experience in the field. His area of research includes the characterization of epileptogenic networks using intracerebral recordings and stimulation, the assessment of physiological networks by analysing intracranial EEG oscillatory responses to different cognitive tasks, and the implementation of novel surgical therapies such as deep brain stimulation.



Philippe Ryvlin, MD, PhD, is Professor of Neurology and Chair of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV), Switzerland, and Director of the Epilepsy Institute (IDEE) in Lyon, France. He is the President of the European Epilepsy Monitoring Association (EEMA) and holds an honorary Professorship in epilepsy surgery at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He previously chaired the Department of Functional Neurology and Epileptology at Hospices Civils de Lyon.



Francesco Cardinale, MD, serves as a neurosurgeon at the “Claudio Munari“ Epilepsy Surgery Centre, Niguarda Hospital, Milan, Italy. His clinical activity focuses on stereotactic methodology for implanting intracerebral electrodes aimed to perform StereoEEG monitoring and on brain resective surgery. His research activity focuses mainly on advanced neuroimaging processing for surgical planning and on robotic aided surgery.


SEEG Course Secretariat  – ANT CONGRES
154 av. de Lodève – 34070 MONTPELLIER – France
Tel : +33 (0) 4 67 10 92 23