Day 1. Thursday 27 October

09:00 h - 09:30 h

OPENING OF THE COURSE

09:30 h - 10:00 h

Introduction – Video-EEG in Epilepsy. Past, present and future

Jose M Serratosa. Hospital Universitario Fundación Jimenez Díaz, Madrid, Spain
10:00 h - 11:00 h

1. International League Against Epilepsy classification and definition of epilepsy syndromes with onset in infancy and childhood

Nicola Specchio. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.
11:00 h - 11:45 h

2. Early onset epilepsy

11:00-11:45h - Neonatal Seizures

Ronit Pressler. Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. London. England.
11:45 h - 12:15 h

Coffee-break

12:15 h - 13:00 h

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12:15-13:00h Developmental and Epileptic Encephalopathies

Monika Eisermann. Necker Enfants Malades Hospital. Université Paris Descartes. France.
13:00 h - 13:45 h

3. Epileptic spasms

Electro-clinical semiology of epileptic spasms

Marta García Fernández. Hospital Universitario Pediatrico Niño Jesús. Madrid, Spain.
13:45 h - 14:45 h

Lunch

14:45 h - 16:15 h

4. From bench-to-bedside I. Interactive presentation of cases. I

Cases with neonatal and early infancy seizure onset. Case 1 - SCN8A. Case 2- SCN2A Developmental and Epileptic Encephalopathy. Case 3 – Hypothalamic hamartoma

Marina Trivisano. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.
Elena Gardella. Filadelfia Danish Epilepsy Center. University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Marta García Fernández. Hospital Universitario Pediatrico Niño Jesús. Madrid, Spain.
16:15 h - 17:15 h

5. From bench-to-bedside I. Interactive presentation of cases II

Cases with epileptic spasms and focal seizures. Case 1 - CDKL-5. Case 2 – DEPDC5

Francesca Darra. Borgo Roma-Borgo Trento University Hospital. Verona, Italy.
Eva Gutiérrez Delicado. Hospital Universitario Pediatrico Niño Jesús. Madrid, Spain.
17:15 h - 17:45 h

Coffee-break

17:45 h - 18:45 h

6. Keynote lecture I

Neurodevelopment and epileptic syndromes. A clinical approach

Floor Jansen. University Medical Center Utrecht Brain Center. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

Day 2. Friday 28 October

09:00 h - 11:30 h

7. Epileptic syndromes with absences, tonic, atonic and myoclonic seizures

09:00-10:00h - Myoclonic status in non-progressive encephalopathies

Bernardo Dalla Bernardina. Borgo Roma-Borgo Trento University Hospital, Verona. Italy.

10:00-10:45h - Electro-clinical semiology of absences, tonic, atonic and myoclonic seizures

Monika Eisermann. Necker Enfants Malades Hospital. Université Paris Descartes. France.

10:45-11:30h - Progressive myoclonic epilepsies

Beatriz González Giráldez. Hospital Universitario Fundación Jimenez Díaz, Madrid, Spain
11:30 h - 12:00 h

Coffee-Break

12:00 h - 13:30 h

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12:00-12:45h - Photosentivity in epileptic syndromes

Guido Rubboli. Filadelfia Danish Epilepsy Center. University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark.

12:45-13:30h - Reflex seizures and epilepsies (other than photo-sensitive)

Javier Salas Puig. Hospital Universitario Vall'De Hebron, Barcelona, Spain
13:30 h - 14:30 h

Lunch

14:30 h - 16:30 h

8. From bench-to-bedside II. Interactive presentation of cases

Cases with absences, tonic, atonic and myoclonic seizures. Case 1 –SCN1A. Case 2 –DHD2. Case 3 - Ring 20 chromosome. Case 4– Epilepsy with myoclono-atonic seizures

Rocío Sánchez Carpintero. Pediatric Neurology Unit. Clínica Universitaria de Navarra. Pamplona, Spain.
Guido Rubboli. Filadelfia Danish Epilepsy Center. University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Ángel Aledo Serrano. Ruber Internacional Hospital. Madrid, Spain.
Marina Trivisano. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.
16:30 h - 17:00 h

Coffee-Break

17:00 h - 18:00 h

9. Keynote lecture II

Precision medicine in pediatric epileptic syndromes

Federico Vigevano. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.

Day 3. Saturday 29 October

09:00 h - 10:30 h

10. Focal seizures, focal epilepsies, and epilepsy surgery evaluation

Electro-clinical semiology in focal epilepsies in infants and young children

Luca De Palma. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.

Improving the yield of electro-clinical analysis. Multimodal evaluation

María Ángeles Pérez Jiménez. Hospital Universitario Pediatrico Niño Jesús. Madrid, Spain.
10:30 h - 14:00 h

11. From bench-to-bedside III. Interactive presentation of cases

10:30-11:30h -Cases with clinical semiology such as: Case 1 – Emotional/Affective. Case 2 – Automatisms

Arturo Ugalde. Hospital Universitario La Paz, Madrid, Spain
Mar Carreño. Hospital Clinic. Barcelona, Spain.
11:30 h - 12:00 h

Coffee-break

12:00 h - 14:00 h

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12:00-13:00h -Cases with clinical semiology such as: Case 3 – Motor. Case 4 – Sensory

Ricardo Rego
Luca De Palma. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.

13:00-14:00h - Cases with acute encephalopathy / status epilepticus. Case 1 – Autoimmune epilepsy. Case 2 – FIRES.

Tiziana Granata. Fondazione I.R.C.C.S. Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta. Milan, Italy.
Nicola Specchio. Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital, IRCCS. Rome, Italy.
14:00 h - 15:00 h

Lunch

15:00 h - 15:30 h

12. Artificial intelligence. Applications in video-EEG studies

Arturo Ugalde. Hospital Universitario La Paz, Madrid, Spain
15:30 h - 16:30 h

13. Keynote lecture III

The role of source analysis in epilepsy surgery

Sándor Beniczky. Filadelfia Danish Epilepsy Center. University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark.
16:30 h - 17:00 h

Coffee-break

17:00 h - 19:00 h

14. From bench-to-bedside IV. Selected cases presented by the participants

19:30

END OF THE COURSE