Program

  Wednesday, May 27, 2020

  Thursday, May 28, 2020

  Friday, May 29, 2020



  Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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• Aluizio Marques Ballroom
Time Activity
07am-08amCase-based Workshop: MRI
TBD
TBD
08am-10amSession: Advances in neuroimaging
Chairperson: DIOGO HADDAD SANTOS (Brasil/SP)
Myelin imaging: New frontiers of quantitative imaging
Discussion
Conectivity, cognition and fatigue in MS: How are they related?
Discussion
Clinical use of PET-MRI
Speaker: DANIELE DE PAULA FARIA (Brasil/SP)
Discussion
Clinical use of 7T MRI in demyelinating diseases
Discussion
10am-10:30amCoffee Break
10:30am-11amOpening Ceremony
Presenter: VICTOR FERNANDO HAMUY DIAZ DE BEDOYA (Paraguai)
11am-12pmAluízio Marques Lecture
Chairperson: VICTOR FERNANDO HAMUY DIAZ DE BEDOYA (Paraguai)
Differential diagnosis between AQP4-, MOG- and GFAP-related disorders
Discussion
12pm-1pmPharma symposium
1pm-2pmPharma symposium
2pm-4:05pmScientific session: CTRIMS Session - Part I
Chairperson: MONICA KONCKE FIUZA PAROLIN (Brasil/PR)
Chairperson: GIORDANI RODRIGUES DOS PASSOS (Brasil/RS)
Preditors of outcome in pediatric NMOSD
Discussion
Silent progression in RRMS: clinical and cognitive aspects
Discussion
Genetics of multiple sclerosis: A review
Discussion
New Viral Infections in LATAM as a challenge in the diagnosis and treatment of Multiple Sclerosis
Speaker: CARLOS NAVAS (Colômbia)
Discussion
TO BE DEFINED - PACTRIMS
Discussion
4:05pm-4:30pmCoffee Break
4:30pm-6pmScientific session: Translational symposium
Multiple Sclerosis: does translational neuroimmunology exist?
Discussion
B cell directed immunotherapy of multiple sclerosis: From bench to bedside
Discussion
In vivo imaging system as a robust and promising tool for neuroimmunology
Discussion
6pm-7:30pmCoffee, fruits and posters discussion session
Panel 1: Immunology and Basic Science
Panelist: PAULO DINIZ DA GAMA (Brasil/SP)
Panel 2: Epidemiology, MS Treatment and MRI
Panelist: GUTEMBERG SANTOS (Brasil/RJ)
Panelist: MARIA LUCIA VELLUTINI PIMENTEL (Brasil/RJ)

  Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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• Roberto Melaragno Filho Ballroom
Time Activity
4:30pm-6:30pmBCTRIMS Youth League Symposium: Part 1
Chairperson: JOAO MARCOS CAMPOS FERREIRA (Brasil/RJ)
Chairperson: JOSE ARTUR COSTA D‘ALMEIDA (Brasil/CE)
Case-based discussion
Speaker: ANTÔNIO PEREIRA GOMES NETO (Brasil/MG)
Discussion
Clinical manifestations: typical vs. atypical
Speaker: HERVAL RIBEIRO SOARES NETO (Brasil/SP)
Discussion
What should I value in neuroimaging?
Speaker: MATEUS BOAVENTURA DE OLIVEIRA (Brasil/SP)
Discussion
Everything I should know about CSF in demyelinating disorders
Discussion

  Thursday, May 28, 2020

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• Aluizio Marques Ballroom
Time Activity
07am-08amCase-based Workshop: Neuromyelities optica spectrum disorders
Chairperson: SAMIRA LUISA APOSTOLOS PEREIRA (Brasil/SP)
Case 1: MONEM (UNESP)
Case 2: NMOSD (CIEM)
Presenter: JULIANA MACHADO SANTIAGO SANTOS AMARAL (Brasil/MG)
08am-10amScientific session: Cognition in multiple sclerosis
Chairperson: CLAUDIA CRISTINA FERREIRA VASCONCELOS (Brasil/RJ)
Platform presentation 1: TBD
Discussion
Platform presentation 2: TBD
Discussion
Toward the implementation of cognitive outcome measures in clinical trials: are we there yet?
Discussion
Reserve on daily clinical practice: from bench to bedside
Discussion
Non-pharmacological approaches to MS cognitive dysfunction: evidence from clinical and neuroimaging studies
Discussion
10am-10:30amCoffee Break
10:30am-12pmScientific session: Epidemiology of Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorders
Chairperson: RENAN DOMINGUES (Brasil/SP)
Chairperson: NISE ALESSANDRA DE CARVALHO SOUSA CASTRO (Brasil/AM)
The World epidemiology of NMOSD
Speaker: NASRIN ASGARI (Dinamarca)
Discussion
NMOSD in Brazil
Discussion
Prevalence of NMOSD in Belo Horizonte as a model of epidemiological study
Discussion
Causes and risk of death in NMOSD
Speaker: MICHAEL LEVY (Estados Unidos)
Discussion
12pm-1pmPharma symposium
1pm-2pmPharma symposium
2pm-4pmScientific session: Neuromyelitis optica spectrum session disorders - Part I
Chairperson: LETÍCIA FÊZER DE SOUZA MANSUR ZOGBI (Brasil/RJ)
Pathology and pathophysiology of NMOSD
Discussion
Biomarkers in diagnosis of demyelinating diseases of the CNS
Discussion
Immunopathophysiology of MOG-related disorders
Discussion
Platform presentation 3: TBD
Discussion
Platform presentation 4: TBD
Discussion
4pm-4:30pmCoffee Break
4:30pm-6pmScientific session: Neuromyelitis optica spectrum session disorders - Part II
Chairperson: ANA CLAUDIA PICCOLO (Brasil/SP)
Chairperson: RODRIGO ASSAD DINIZ DA GAMA (Brasil/SP)
Differential diagnosis of transverse myelitis
Speaker: SAMIRA LUISA APOSTOLOS PEREIRA (Brasil/SP)
Discussion
Monoclonal Ab in the treatment of NMOSD: Why? When? Which?
Speaker: MICHAEL LEVY (Estados Unidos)
Discussion
Platform presentation 5: TBD
Discussion
Platform presentation 6: TBD
Discussion
6pm-7:30pmCoffee, fruits and posters discussion session
Panel 3: Clinical findings: MS, NMOSD, MONEM, ADEM, CIS
Panelist: TARSO ADONI (Brasil/SP)
Panelist: MICHAEL LEVY (Estados Unidos)
Panel 4:Multidisciplinary Care
Panelist: ROSANA HERMINIA SCOLA (Brasil/PR)
Panelist: THIAGO JUNQUEIRA (Brasil/BA)
Panelist: JULIANA MACHADO SANTIAGO SANTOS AMARAL (Brasil/MG)

  Thursday, May 28, 2020

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• Roberto Melaragno Filho Ballroom
Time Activity
4:30pm-6:30pmBCTRIMS Youth League Symposium: Part II
Chairperson: MARCUS VINICIUS MAGNO GONÇALVES (Brasil/SC)
Chairperson: ANDRE LUIZ MUNIZ ALVES DOS SANTOS (Brasil/BA)
Chairperson: ANDERSON KUNTZ GRZESIUK (Brasil)
Update: diagnostic criteria
Discussion
Update: treatment
Discussion
Getting to know the BYL
Speaker: MILENA SALES PITOMBEIRA (Brasil/CE)
PROBEN #tbt: national experieces
Speaker: GIORDANI RODRIGUES DOS PASSOS (Brasil/RS)
PROBEN #tbt: international experieces
Fellowships in neuroimmunology in Brazil
5 Minutes for each

  Friday, May 29, 2020

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• Aluizio Marques Ballroom
Time Activity
07am-08amCase-based Workshop: Multiple sclerosis
Case 1: EMPP Cognitivo (UNICAMP)
Case 2: (PUCRS)
08am-09:40amScientific session: Top 10 of the year: how the best papers impact our practice
Panel
Debater: XAVIER MONTALBAN (Canadá)
Debater: NASRIN ASGARI (Dinamarca)
09:40am-10amCoffee Break
10am-12pmEuropean Charcot Foundation Symposium: PRO Value and Limitations
Chairperson: XAVIER MONTALBAN (Canadá)
Methodological aspects: Value and limitations
Speaker: XAVIER MONTALBAN (Canadá)
Discussion
PROMS Initiative
Discussion
PRO: the patient’s perspective
Discussion
Role of PRO in treatment assessment
Discussion
12pm-1pmPharma symposium
12pm-1pmPharma symposium
2pm-4pmHarvard medical school symposium
Chairperson: MARIA LUCIA BRITO (Brasil/PE)
Chairperson: PAULO DINIZ DA GAMA (Brasil/SP)
Chairperson: JULIANA MACHADO SANTIAGO SANTOS AMARAL (Brasil/MG)
The role of complement treatments in NMOSD, MOG and MS
Discussion
TO BE DEFINED
Speaker: MICHAEL LEVY (Estados Unidos)
Discussion
Best treatment strategies for MOG disease: acute attacks and immunosuppression
Discussion
Updates in PML and MS
Misdiagnosis of MS: common clinical pitfalls
Diagnosis and treatment of patients with spinal cord MS phenotype
Can MS and MOG disease co-exist?
Speaker: LUIS FERNANDO GUIMARAES (Brasil/RJ)
4pm-4:30pmCoffee Break
4:30pm-6pmScientific session: Pediatric onset multiple sclerosis
DMTs in POMS: experience from clinical practice and clinical trials
Speaker: BIANCA WEINSTOCK-GUTTMAN (Estados Unidos)
Discussion
POMS: what is different in pediatric patients?
Discussion
Platform presentation 7: TBD
Discussion
Platform presentation 8: TBD
Discussion
6pm-6:30pmClosing Remarks


Event Venue

Tivoli Mofarrej São Paulo

Visit a Sao Paulo landmark at the Tivoli Mofarrej São Paulo Hotel. Located in the heart of Jardins, the city’s most desirable district, you’ll be surrounded by fashion boutiques and stunning sights.

  • Five minutes’ walk to the city’s main street, Avenue Paulista
  • soak up incredible Brazilian art at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP)
  • spend a day shopping along the elegant Rua Oscar Freire
  • see views across Trianon Park from the full-height windows


Alameda Santos, 1437 - Cerqueira César, Sao Paulo - SP, 01419-001 - Brazil



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