The 15th Biennial Convention of the ASEAN Neurological Association 2023 – ASNA2023



Welcome letter from the Chairman of Organizing Committee of ASNA 2023

Dear Colleagues and Partners,

On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, we are delighted to welcome you to THE 15TH BIENNIAL CONVENTION OF THE ASEAN NEUROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION – ASNA 2023, which will take place in Da Nang, Vietnam from 10th to 13th of August, 2023.

With the theme of “For a Stronger ASEAN Neurology after PANDEMIC", the conference will focus on topics regarding neurology, sub-dividing into 4 plenary sessions, 16 scientific sessions, 8 satellite sessions and many workshops before and after the conference. We believe that this year program will be a great chance to update with the latest knowledge, as well as to shed more light on issues in debate.

Along with a rich and engaging scientific program, the Conference will provide a great opportunity for all delegates to connect with others from all over the world, especially from Southeast Asian countries. We hope you can arrange your time to experience the beautiful coastal city of Da Nang, one of the most homey places in Vietnam with world heritage sites such as Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Holy Land, Hue Ancient Capital.

The online registration website is now open at We are looking forward to welcoming you in Da Nang. Your presence is what makes the Conference successful.

On behalf of The Vietnamese Neurological Association and the Organizing Committee of the ASNA 2023, we would like to welcome you to Da Nang, Vietnam.

Best regards,

Dr. Le Van Tuan

Chairman of Organizing Committee of the ASNA 2023.                                                   


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Welcome letter from the President of the ASEAN Neurological Association
Warmest greetings in behalf of the ASEAN Neurological Association!
The past three years has been really tough for all nations, and for the health care sector in particular.  We all have gone through a lot of challenges and uncertainties with higher workload and psychological distress.  Undoubtedly, technology, with telehealth in the frontlines, have done its part in maintaining communication and linkages.  However, for the most part, there is nothing that builds stronger bonds than actual physical interactions.  With the gradual return to pre-pandemic times in the year 2023, we are glad to make a return to face-to-face interactions.  With that, I would like to express my great appreciation and gratitude to the Vietnam Association of Neurology for graciously accepting to be the host of this year’s ASNA Congress.  Aptly themed “For a Stronger ASEAN Neurology After Pandemic,” we look forward to the learning, sharing and relationship building, that this convention promises us. The organizing committee has lined up a well thought of schedule of topics and speakers that will surely add to our aim to make ASEAN Neurology up to par.