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Assoc. Prof. Dan TELEANU, MD, PhD

RSN VicePresident

Dear colleagues and friends,


As the president of the organizing committee, in conjunction with Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy Bucharest, I would like to extend a warm welcome to you to Sinaia for the 49th Congress of RSN alongside the 28th Edition of the French Course in Neurosurgery.

The field of medicine is currently experiencing ongoing transformations, marked by emerging concepts, progressively sophisticated technologies, and enhanced performance standards that are redefining our methodologies .Neurosurgery, acknowledged as the paramount surgical specialty, is not exception from these evolutionary dynamics. Through the forthcoming congress, dedicated to exploring the entire spectrum of surgical pathology, our objective is to accentuate the advanced elements within the scope of our professional commitment.
The history of medical higher education in Bucharest extends back for more than a century. The distinguished Romanian physician Carol Davila, in partnership with Nicolae Kretzulescu, played a crucial role in establishing the National School of Medicine and Pharmacy in 1857, thereby laying the cornerstone for medical education in our nation. In consequence of his pioneering endeavors, several prominent scientific societies were subsequently founded in our country:

  • Medical Society (1857)

  • Red Cross Society (1876)

  • Natural Sciences Society (1876)

Presently, Sinaia stands as a significant cultural hub, playing host to both international and national conferences. The town's historical documentation dates back to 1690, coinciding with the establishment of the initial settlements surrounding the Sinaia Monastery for its safeguarding. Originally denominated as Izvorul, it underwent a renaming process in 1874 and attained city status in 1880, a designation conferred upon it during its transformation into the summer residence of King Carol I.
In convening this congress, our primary objective is to cultivate meaningful connections, perpetuate the enduring legacy of Romanian neurosurgery, and assemble individuals bound by a common thread—namely, their profound love and unwavering passion for the field of neurosurgery. The event serves as a platform for fostering camaraderie, facilitating the exchange of knowledge, and collectively advancing the frontiers of neurosurgical expertise.
Notably, we pay homage to the illustrious figure, Dumitru Bagdasar, whose pioneering contributions have significantly shaped the landscape of Romanian neurosurgery. As we gather, we aim to honor his legacy by diving into discussions that reflect the spirit of innovation and dedication exemplified by Bagdasar. We're excited about this gathering becoming a key moment for collaboration, learning, and enriching our collective understanding of neurosurgical advancements.
To wrap up, we're genuinely thrilled about having you in Sinaia this September 2024! Your presence is set to bring a delightful touch to our event, and we can't wait to share memorable moments, forging connections that will endure. Looking forward to seeing you there for an unforgettable experience!


Prof. Ioan Stefan FLORIAN, MD, PhD

RSN President

Dear colleagues and distinguished guests,


This year, the 49th Congress of the Romanian Society of Neurosurgery will be organized in a unique and beautiful location in central Romania’s Bucegi Mountains: Sinaia. Known as “the Carpathian Pearl,” the lovely mountain town with distinctive architecture and a relaxing atmosphere is famous for its castles, the fairytale-like Peles Castle being one of them, alpine activities like hiking and skiing, and its 17th-century monastery, still inhabited today.

Sinaia, with a rich cultural and historical tradition, and once a summer residence of the Romanian royal family, is also a perfect location for a high academic event.

As President of the Romanian Society of Neurosurgery, I am pleased to announce that, as in previous years, our conference will strive to have the highest scientific and professional reach, bringing together national, regional and global experts in neurosurgery and neuroscience. The excellence and international recognition of our keynote speakers, the pre-congress event - the French Course in Neurosurgery reaching its 28th edition this year, as well as the debates we will organize in the final program, are powerful reasons to be part of this valuable reunion.

Your presence will be a great honour to us. We hope this congress will be an excellent opportunity for building new beautiful memories, valuable friendships, a well-spent time, and an ideal occasion for knowledge exchange to benefit the patient and the prestige of neurosurgery alike.

Therefore, we invite you to join us at this noteworthy event and look forward to welcoming you to Sinaia in September 2024.

RSN Congress 2024
RSN Congress 2024
11-14 September 2024
SINAIA - Hotel International,
Strada Avram Iancu 1, Sinaia 106100, Romania

The participation fee includes*:

  • Admission to scientific sessions

  • Access to the exhibition area

  • Congress bag with Congress materials

  • Certificate of attendance with CME credits for MD - 18 CME Credits

  • Certificate of attendance without CME credits for non MD.

  • Meals as communicated by the Organizers: Coffee breaks, Lunch and the Openining Cocktail (September 11)

*September 12-14

  • Access for all the participants is permitted only based on the Participant Badge which can be picked up from the Registration Desk.

  • In case a participant doesn’t present the participant badge, the organizers have the right to restrict his/her access to the event

  • Badges shall bear a UNIQUE QR code, in order to benefit from the maximum number of EMC credits, please scan the badge daily, each time you enter/exit the hall where the scientific work takes place.

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