Under the Auspices of
Società Italiana Neurologia
Società Italiana di Neurologia

University "Cattolica del Sacro Cuore"
"Cattolica del Sacro Cuore"
Department of Medicine
and Surgery

General Information


Congress Venue
Centro Congressi Europa

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Largo Francesco Vito, 1
00100 Rome, Italy


  • By Air
    There are frequent direct flights to the most important European cities as well as convenient intercontinental connections. At “Fiumicino Airport Station” take FR1 line train to “Settebagni” and get off at “Trastevere” Station. Here you can take FR3 B line train to “Cesano” and get off at “Gemelli” Station.
  • By Train
    rom Termini station take the underground “Line A” to Valle Aurelia and then the train line FM3 Rome-Viterbo and get off at the “Gemelli” Station.
  • By Underground
    Line A (direction Battistini): get off at the Valle Aurelia Station-Cornelia Station or Battistini Station and than you can:
    • take the train line FM3 Roma-Viterbo and get off at the Gemelli Station only from Valle Aurelia Station
    • go to the bus stop and take one of the following buses:
      - n. 994 (direction Valle Aurelia – Pineta Sacchetti, Ospedale San Filippo Neri)
      - n. 446 (direction Circanvallazione Cornelia – Pineta Sacchetti – Cortina D’Ampezzo – Ponte Milvio-Piazza Mancini)
      - nr. 146 (direction Battisitini – Pineta Sacchetti – Policlinico Gemelli)
      get off at “Pineta Sacchetti/Acqua Paola” stop near to the Congress Center
  • By Car
    Rome is centrally situated along the major north-south motorway routes
  • A1 Motorway Autostrada del Sole:
    Exit: Roma Nord for participants coming from Florence, Bologna, Milan. Take the exit nr. 3 Via Cassia of Grande Raccordo Anulare GRA and follow the direction Via Trionfale and Via Pineta Sacchetti
    Exit: Roma Sud for participants coming from Naples. Take the exit nr. 1 Via Aurelia of Grande Raccordo Anulare GRA and follow the direction Piazza Irnerio and Via Pineta Sacchetti.


There is a free shuttle service from each car park to Policlinico Gemelli and the Congress Center, from 7.30 am to 4.30 pm, from Monday to Friday. The shuttle will pick up passengers every about 30 minutes.


Organizzazione eventi
Viale G. Matteotti, 7
50021 – Florence, Italy
Phone +39 055 50351
Fax +39 055 5001912

The registration desk will be open with the following time schedule:

Monday, 20 June, 2011 14.00-18.00
Tuesday, 21 June 2011 8.00-18.30
Wednesday, 22 June 2011 8.00-18.30
Thursday, 23 June 2011 8.00-19.00
Friday, 24 June 2011 8.00-19.00
Saturday, 25 June 2011 7.30-17.00

Please collect the conference kit at the Secretariat Desk and wear your personal name badge during the scientific session and social activities.


Each participant will receive a name badge upon check-in at the registration desk. The badge will be the official meeting document and should be worn at all times in order to gain entry into the meeting rooms.
Badges are colour coded as follows:

Transparent (no coloured band) Participant
Blue Faculty
Gold ECCN Organising and Executive Committee
Yellow Industry member
Green Accompanying persons


Coffee breaks and box-lunches are included in the registration fee. Box-lunch tickets must be handed to caterers every day at the Poster and Catering area and at Industries lunch Symposia that offer this service. A bar serving coffees and snacks at individual payment is available in the congress area. A self-service restaurant will also be operating at the congress centre during lunch time.


Registered participants will receive a certificate of attendance.


An exhibition of the latest pharmaceutical products, electromedical devices and scientific publications is planned within the congress centre. Opening hours at the exhibition are corresponding to the scientific


The Congress Organizer do not assume any liability for personal injuries sustained or loss of, or damage to, property belonging to congress participants (or their accompanying persons), either during or as result of the congress. Participants are requested to make their own arrangements with respect to health and travel insurance.



The weather in Rome in June is usually mild, sometimes quite hot. The average temperature is around 20-25°. Weather variations can occur very suddenly


The official currency in Italy is Euro (€)


Traditional Bank business hours are from Monday to Friday, 08.20-13.30.
Banks are usually closed on Saturday and Sunday. All bank agency have automatic exchange located outside to provide 24-hours service.


Electricity in Italy is supplied at 220V – 50Hz AC


For very urgent and serious events call the free 118 emergency ambulance service or go to one of the Pronto Soccorso emergency units of the hospitals. For babies and children there's the Ospedale Bambino Gesù; for dentist urgencies and specialist dental care you may go to the G.Eastman dental hospital. For less serious matters you may go as well to the pronto soccorso or to the Touristic Medicine Service as written below.


The opening hours of most shops in Rome are 10.00-19.00 from Monday to Saturday, some of them are open also on Sunday. Shopping in Italy is an experience in itself; the extensive fashion stores and shopping malls advertise the latest fashions trends existing in Italy at every time.


Taxis are white or yellow, with an identification name and number on the front door and a taximeter inside.
You find them in taxi parkings or calling a radiotaxi (we list here some taxi companies +39-06/3570; +39-06/6645; +39-06/822; +39-06/157; +39-06/4994; +39-06/5551).


Italian Standard Time is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (2 hours during the summer time).


International driving licences are recognised throughout Italy.
First and foremost, decide if you really need a car. If you plan to visit the major cities then chances are that you would be better off using a combination of public transport and taxis. Train stations are located in the center of most towns (Rome, Florence, Venice, Naple), from where it is convenient to reach hotels and get public transport or taxis.
Parking is a problem, especially in the major cities. It is a good idea to leave your car in a supervised car park, especially if you have luggage.


Participants are invited to check with their local travel agency regarding any visa requirements to enter Italy. Application for letters of invitation will be accepted by the Organizing Secretariat OIC srl before 21st March 2011. These documents cannot grant any financial support by the organizers.


Information: 800 160 000 - http://www.poste.it
Downtown Rome several post offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 18:30, and on Saturday mornings from 8:30 to 13:00.

  • Via di Porta Angelica 23 (San Pietro)
  • Via Marmorata (Piramide)
  • Viale Mazzini 101 (Prati)
  • Via Arenula (L.go Argentina)
Sending telegrams in Italy and abroad. 24 hours a day; dial 186 on the phone is, covers all the world and can be read in any foreign language.


Italy is one of the most glamorous countries of the world and the Italy Restaurants also offer a wide range of dishes which may be authentic Italian or even something from your own home town, it is completely the choice of an individual. Italy is the place where antiquity perfectly merges with the modern. Italy is divided into many regions and each one of them have an unique cuisines to boast about.

The Restaurants in Italy therefore go on to serve all the specialties of different regions. The notion that Italy Restaurants or food in Italy essentially means Pizza, Pasta. Macaroni, Spaghetti or Meat ball is completely wrong, there is so much more to satisfy your appetite.

14th European congress on Clinical Neurophysiology - 4th International Conference on Transcranial Magnetic and Direct Current Stimulation

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