7th International Conference on Stroke, Neurology and Cerebrovascular Diseases Stroke 2024
DATE : Oct 07-08, 2024
LOCATION: Paris, France
About our conference.
Dear Esteemed Participants,
It is with great pleasure that we extend a warm welcome to all attendees of the 7th International Conference on Stroke, Neurology, and Cerebrovascular Diseases. This highly anticipated event will be held on October 07-08, 2024, in the breathtaking city of Paris, France.
As we gather in the heart of Europe, this conference serves as a unique platform for leading experts, professionals, researchers, and scholars to exchange knowledge, share insights, and collaborate on the latest advancements in the fields of stroke, neurology, and cerebrovascular diseases.
Our conference aims to foster an environment of intellectual exploration and scientific discovery. We have curated a comprehensive program that encompasses a diverse range of topics, ensuring that there will be something of interest for everyone. From cutting-edge research to innovative treatment modalities, this event promises to be a source of inspiration and enlightenment for all attendees.
By attending this conference, you will have the opportunity to engage in lively discussions, attend thought-provoking presentations, and participate in interactive sessions led by renowned experts from around the globe. It is through these interactions that we hope to catalyze new ideas, forge collaborative partnerships, and drive forward the collective effort to understand, prevent, and treat stroke, neurology, and cerebrovascular diseases.
In addition to the intellectual stimulation, this conference offers invaluable networking opportunities. Connect with like-minded professionals, researchers, and practitioners, and build lasting relationships that can shape the future of your career. Exchange ideas, share experiences, and leverage the diverse expertise of your peers to expand your horizons and make significant strides in your professional journey.
While your primary focus will be on the conference, we encourage you to take advantage of your time in Paris. This remarkable city, known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and exquisite cuisine, offers a backdrop of inspiration and beauty that is sure to enhance your experience. Explore its iconic landmarks, indulge in its culinary delights, and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere that only Paris can provide.
On behalf of the organizing committee, we extend our heartfelt gratitude for your participation and support. We are confident that this conference will exceed your expectations, leaving you with lasting memories, invaluable connections, and a renewed passion for advancing the field of stroke, neurology, and cerebrovascular diseases.
Once again, welcome to Stroke 2024. We look forward to your presence and the collective success that awaits us in the beautiful city of Paris.
Stroke 2024 – Conference Chair
Biotechnology of Natural Products Technical University München, Germany
VP & Managing Director
VP of Product
VP & Managing Director
The market analysis for Stroke, Neurology, and Cerebrovascular Diseases reveals a robust and expanding market. According to industry reports, the global stroke management market is projected to reach $38.56 billion by 2027, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.3%. The neurology market is estimated to exceed $41 billion by 2026, driven by the increasing prevalence of neurological disorders.
Key tracks within this market include telemedicine and digital health, neuroimaging, neurorehabilitation, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and diagnostic imaging. The telemedicine market for stroke care is expected to witness significant growth, with a CAGR of over 20% by 2026. The neuroimaging segment, encompassing CT, MRI, and angiography, is anticipated to reach $15 billion by 2025.
With an aging population and the rising incidence of stroke and neurologic disorders, the market offers opportunities for innovation and collaboration. Investment in research and development, strategic partnerships, and advancements in technology will play crucial roles in addressing the challenges and capitalizing on the growing demand for effective stroke and neurology management solutions.