Platform Presentation : 1st Prize - Dr Amrit Bansod (SR, Neurology, KGMU, Lucknow), 2nd Prize – Dr Abhishek Kumar Goyal (JR, Medicine, KGMU, Lucknow), 3rd prize – Dr Zeba Siddiqi (Consultant, Medicine, Era medical college , Lucknow)   |   Poster Presentation : 1st Prize – Dr Ravi Shekhar (SR, Neurology, KGMU, Lucknow), 2nd Prize – Dr P K Maurya (Consultant, Neurology, RMLIMS, Lucknow), 3rd Prize - Dr Kamakshi Dhamija (SR, Neurology, GIPMER , New Delhi)

Welcome to TROPICON 2018

Dear Friends & Colleagues,

On behalf of the organizing committee, I am honored and delighted to welcome you all to the Annual conference of Tropical Neurology: “TROPICON-2018”. This conference will be organized by department of Neurology, King George's Medical University on March 31 and April 1 at the “City of Nawabs” Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. The place is famous for the tradition and hospitality, which is intricately and firmly embedded in the ethos of the city and its people.

The organizing committee has assembled a terrific slate of speakers and scientific sessions covering various topics on tropical neurology with special emphasis on infections. You will have a great chance to benefit and quench your thirst of learning from this great event.

I look forward in meeting you all to make this conference a grand success! Thank you for your continued interest and participation.

With Best Regards,

Dr. Neeraj Kumar
Organizing Secretary

Organizing Committee

Conference Secretariat

Dr. Neeraj Kumar
Organizing Secretary
Department of Neurology, King Georges Medical University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226003
Phone: (+91) 9450357392, Email :


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Scientific Convention Centre,
King Georges Medical University, Lucknow

This is a grand structure was built on the Sardar Patel sports ground at one end of Shahmina Road. The centre was a dream project of Ex-Prime Minister Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee.


About Lucknow

LUCKNOW – ‘City of Vice and Roses’ as a British writer described it earlier this year, or ‘the last memento of Mughal culture’ as Maulana Sharar called it in the 1920s.