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The 7th JAPANESE-KOREAN Joint Stroke Conference. October 22(THU) ~ 24(SAT), 2015 / Haeundae Grand Hotel, Busan, Korea

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Welcome Message

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of the Korean Stroke Society, we are delighted to invite you to the 7th Japanese-Korean Joint Stroke Conference (JKJSC) in Busan, Korea, from October 22 to 24, 2015.

The Scientific Committee has prepared meticulously organized the program to ensure that the JKJSC 2015 is a great success. It will cover a variety of topics that illustrate the latest advances in the field of stroke.

The JKJSC 2015 and other committee provide an invaluable opportunity to meet and network with colleagues from Japan, Korea.
We encourage you to participate actively in the discussions and hope the meeting helps in the exchange of information and development of new cooperation to improve the care for stroke patients. Please take advantage of the various networking opportunities the Conference offers.

In keeping with the slogan ‘Dynamic Busan’, the venue Busan is the country’s main port city serving as the world’s fifth busiest international seaport, as well as a significant gateway between Korea and Japan. Bursting with magnificent mountains, sea vistas and fresh seafood, the city has been full of visitors from all over the world every year. Especially, its superb beaches, such as Haeundae, Songdo and Gwangalli Beaches, have become a hot place to hold various festivals focusing on international reach and significance. With its increasing reputation, Busan also has got settled as an international convention destination in the world.

The carefully selected programs and the irresistible venue, however, will be nothing without your active participation and support.

Promising you the most valuable and memorable conference, we cordially hope you will join us in the dynamic city Busan in October 2015.

Byung-Chul Lee, M.D.,PH.D. Congress Chair, The Korean Stroke Society Chin-Sang Chung, M.D.,PH.D. President, The Korean Stroke Society