British Society of Neuro-Otology


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BSNO 2021
Thursday 11 - Friday 12 November 2021

New for 2021, the 13th BSNO Meeting will be a two-day event held in the outstanding and modern facilities of De Montfort University, Leicester, home to one of the largest audio-vestibular training schools in the UK. As always, the topics covered will be cutting edge vestibular research from basic science through to clinical studies.

Thursday 11 November 2021
For the first time, BSNO is pleased to offer a satellite meeting prior to the main meeting, organised by Professor Diego Kaski, the theme of which is “Acute vertigo”. Keynote speakers will be Dr Dan Gold from Johns Hopkins University, USA and Professor Sergio Carmona from the Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina. Delegates are invited to submit posters on this theme or related topics.

Dr. Gold will speak on "The HINTS exam: Pearls and Pitfalls”. Dr. Dan Gold

Prof. Carmona will speak on "Why to choose vestibulospinal signs in the differential diagnosis of AVS”.
Professor Sergio Carmona

Friday 12 November 2021
An all-day meeting with two keynote lectures, multiple research presentations and posters.

We are pleased to confirm our keynote speakers:

Professor Fred Mast (Bern, Switzerland) - "Cognitive functions and vestibular disorders". Professor Fred Mast

Professor Jon Stone (Edinburgh, UK) - "PPPD and its relationship to other functional disorders". Professor Jon Stone

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We also hope as many delegates as possible will be able to join us for both the Thursday afternoon session and the full-day event on the Friday.

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last updated April 2021