Scientific Program - History of Neurology in Poland

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Sunday March 25, 2018 Hall C

The influences of the founding father of modern Polish neurology, Edward Flatau  [1869-1932],were spread over (at least)  three countries: Germany, Russia and Poland.

Flatau was also  influential in establishing Polish medical periodicals "Neurologia Polska" and "Warszawskie Czasopismo Lekarskie". Presentations on  other Polish neurologists : Teofil Simchowicz (1879-1957) Jakub Mackiewicz ( 1887-1966), Kazimierz Orzechowski (1878-1942), Lucja Frey-Gottesman ( 1889- 1942?), Maksymilian Rose (1883- 1937) , Jerzy Choróbski (1902-1986 ) Irena Hausmanowa-Petrusewicz (1917-2015) and others will be included.  
Chairs: Gabriel Vainstein, Israel
11:10-11:30 Scientific and clinical input of Edward Flatau:
Dariusz Koziorowski, Poland
11:30-11:50 To Warsaw from Lwów- Orzechowski, Frey, Rose, Choróbski:
Jacek Bojakowski, Poland
11:50-12:10 Edward Flatau's circles:
Avi Ohry, Israel
12:10-12:30 Irena Hausmanowa-Petrusewicz and the Polish school of neurology:
Andrzej Friedman, Poland
12:30-12:50 Polish neurophsychiatrists in the Russian Empire: 
Boleslav Lichterman, Russia
12:50-13:00 Discussion