Working Groups

ENO plans to setup several working groups focusing on the different facets of neurotrauma.
If you wish to contribute or found an aditional working group please contact:

Neurotrauma Outcome

The ENO Neurotrauma Outcome Working Group fosters knowledge and exchange between European Neurotrauma experts, thereby building synergies to promote European Neurotrauma Outcome research and clinical practice. Having started with 6-weekly virtual focused meetings, we increase scientific, clinical and teaching through webinars, journal clubs, and seminars in the field of Neurotrauma Outcome. The overarching goal is to advance prediction and trauma-specific treatment for best patient's outcome after brain or spinal cord injuries across Europe.

PD Dr. Katrin Rauen, MD, FEBN
Neurologist, Psychiatrist & Psychotherapist
katrin.rauen [at] uzh [dot] ch

Contact for administration:
Luisa Berger
Luisa.berger [at] med.uni-muenchen [dot] de

Education and Capacity Building

The Education and Capacity Building Working Group aims to support especially junior ENO Members. Currently, their biggest project is ENTER - the European Neurotrauma Exchange and Research Program. ENTER enables junior ENO Members to spend 1-3 months at a partner laboratory or clinic. Details will follow soon.

Tim Wiegand
LMU University Hospital, Dpt. of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
tim.wiegand [at] med.lmu [dot] de

Dr. Elisa Zanier, MD
Istituto Mario Negri
elisa.zanier [at] marionegri [dot] it



Rehabilitative Medicine

Experimental TBI

The Experimental TBI Working Group aims to promote collaboration and knowledge exchange among experts in experimental TBI to promote high-end reproducible TBI research and to advance transalational approaches in this domain. Commencing with bi-monthly virtual meetings, our working group will expand to encompass webinars, journal clubs, and seminars dedicated to advancing scientific understanding and educational efforts in the field of experimental TBI. Our overarching objective is to forward preclinical TBI research, thereby contributing to advancements in clinical translation on international levels.

Dr. Antonia Wehn, MD
University of Munich, Dpt. of Neurosurgery
antonia.wehn [at] med.uni-muenchen [dot] de

Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Plesnila, MD
University of Munich, Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research (ISD) nikolaus.plesnila [at] med.uni-muenchen [dot] de

Spinal Cord Injury

Sport Related Brain Injury

Fluid Biomarkers