7th Asian Oceanian Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology


About Malaysian Society of Neuroscience (MSN)

Established on 3rd March 1989, the Malaysian Society of Neuroscience (MSN) is the professional body that represents Malaysian clinicians, scientists and allied health professionals in the various fields of neurosciences, and is part of the member societies of the World Federation of Neurology. MSN provides a platform for professional exchange, education and collaboration amongst its members, with the aim to promote advancement of neuroscience in the country. MSN also consists of various subspecialty chapters/ councils including basic neuroscience, child neurology & developmental paediatrics, stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders, clinical neurophysiology & neuromuscular, and neuroimmunology & neuroinfection. With the increasing interest in neurosciences and the rapid development of this field in Malaysia and worldwide, MSN’s membership has been growing over the years, with over 700 members to date.
Website : www.neuro.org.my

Malaysian Society of Neuroscience (MSN)
Council Members

Ai-Huey Tan, President
Shanthi Viswanathan, Vice President
Muzaimi Mustapha, Vice President
Wan-Chung Law, Honorary Secretary
Ching-Soong Khoo, Assistant Secretary
Anwar Norazit, Honorary Treasurer
Siti Rafidah Yusof, Assistant Treasurer

Choong-Yi Fong, Exco Committee Member
Rabani Remli, Exco Committee Member
Ahmad Shahir Mawardi, Exco Committee Member
Muhammad Zulfadli Mehat, Exco Committee Member
Subhashini Jayanath, Exco Committee Member
Sanihah Abdul Halim, Exco Committee Member
Jyh-Yung Hor, Exco Committee Member

About Clinical Neurophysiology Section, Malaysian Society of Neurosciences

Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular Section (CNNS), Malaysian Society of Neurosciences (MSN) is a chapter within the Society representing members of the MSN with an interest in clinical neurophysiology and/or neuromuscular disorders. Its’ objectives are to promote education and training of health professionals in the field of clinical neurophysiology and neuromuscular disorders; to continue to improve the practice of clinical neurophysiology through advice on methods, techniques and interpretation of results in clinical neurophysiology and to promote research in all branches in clinical neurophysiology and related sciences.

CNNS MSN was awarded the privilege of hosting the 7th Asian- Oceanian Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology 2020.

Clinical Neurophysiology and Neuromuscular EXCO Members

Nortina Shahrizaila, Chair
Rabani Remli, Secretary
Cheng-Yin Tan, Treasurer

Committee Members
Khean-Jin Goh
Fu-Liong Hiew
Chin-Yong Kok
Ruban Kanesalingam
Wan-Chung Law
Steve Chen-Fei Ng
Beng-Hooi Ong
Santhi Datuk Puvanarajah

Neurotechnologist SubCommittee
Nor Syaharir Badli
Letchumy Praba
Rahmansah Bin Ramlan
Siti Zaleha Sahibulddin

About International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN)

The International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology (IFCN) has member societies in 62 countries. The main goal of the IFCN is to promote education and the highest level of practice in Clinical Neurophysiology to improve health.

International Advisory Faculty IFCN Committee

Walter Paulus

Editor-in-Chief, CLINPH
Ulf Ziemann

North America Chapter
Donald Sanders

Mark Hallett

Editor-in-Chief, CNP
Margitta Seeck

Europe, Middle-East, Africa Chapter
Jonathan Cole

Renato Verdugo

Asia-Oceania Chapter
Ryusuke Kakigi

Latin America Chapter
Jorge Gutierrez

Aatif Husain

Asia–Oceania Chapter

Ryusuke Kakigi, President
Ying-Zu Huang, Secretary & Treasurer

Member Societies

Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN)
Chinese Society of EMG & Clinical Neurophysiology
Clinical Neurophysiology Section, Malaysian Society of Neurosciences
Clinical Neurophysiology Society of Singapore
Indian Academy of Neurology
Indonesian Clinical Neurophysiology Society (At Indonesian Neurology Association)
Japanese Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
Korean Society for Clinical Neurophysiology
Philippine Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
Subcomittee on Clinical Neurophysiology of the Hong Kong Neurological Society
Taiwan Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
Thai Society of Clinical Neurophysiology