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Preparations for WCN 2021 are nearing completion. Our participants’ well-being and safety remain our top priority. The congress format may change depending on how the pandemic circumstances progress.  Therefore, we are planning for all possible options from a hybrid to a fully virtual format.

The final congress format will be announced in the weeks to come.


We warmly invite you to join us for the XXV World Congress of Neurology which will take place on 3-7 October 2021 and will be organized with the support of The Italian Society of Neurology (SIN). SIN is an association of public and private neurology specialists, working in community, hospital, and university settings. It represents 3,000 members, making it the largest association of neurologists in Italy, providing a constantly growing number of education and training activities. Whatever the format of the next World Congress of Neurology is, we are committed to delivering a high-level scientific program, an international stage for your research, and plenty of networking opportunities.

Join us at WCN 2021 to build the future of Neurology together!


It is an honor and privilege to invite you to participate in the XXV Biennial World Congress of Neurology. You can view the full scientific program here.


Take part in one of the largest neurology congresses that discusses all aspects of the related diseases with renowned experts from around the world.


We invite you to take part in advancing neurology research! Share your findings with us for the opportunity to receive valuable feedback and gain worldwide recognition.



Step back in time as you walk in the footsteps of emperors and gladiators and experience every facet of the Eternal City.

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We will be carefully monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and if closer to the Congress the need arises the format will be updated to fully virtual or hybrid.