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Japan Epilepsy Society

 

The Japanese Chapter of the International league Against Epilepsy
The Japan Office of the Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Organization

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To Our ILAE Colleagues

From Japan Epilepsy Society (JES)

Dear Friends,

I have been appointed as the president of JES since November 2017, having succeeded from Prof. Makiko Osawa. It is the first time in the history of JES that the neurologist was elected as the president of JES.

JES has had the relatively long history of the professional, academic society for the epilepsy, as the chapter of ILAE in the last more than 50 years with the close collaboration with good harmony among neuropsychiatry, pediatric neurology, neurosurgery and neurology as well as basic science and medical professionals.

Currently the membership of JES is more than 3000, which is the second largest chapter within ILAE. It has rapidly increased in memberships since the beginning of 21st century, because many medical and social concerns in epilepsy have newly developed such as rapid increase of elderly epilepsy, autoimmune epilepsy, new techniques of epilepsy surgery, and social aspect of epilepsy care system in Japan, i.e., nationwide standardization of epilepsy care.

The key to this goal is lifelong, continuous education by which we can pass the current research to the “future”. These thoughts underlie this action plan.

Our final goal should be to cure epilepsy, hoping that people with epilepsy live in the society with little problems related to epilepsy.

With my best wishes,

Akio IKEDA, MD, PhD, FACNS

President
Japan Epilepsy Society

 

日本てんかん学会 事務局

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東京都小平市小川東町4-6-15
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E-MAIL: jes-oasumin.ac.jp
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