Sunday, May 20, 2012

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Interface 2012
Medical college
Dr Sureshkumar KL -
phone 9447270666
Dr Anilkumar P
phone 9447006072

Organizing committee

President Dr Suresh Kumar KL
Secretary Dr Anil Kumar P
Treasurer Dr Biju Bhadran

Dr M.Sambasivan
Dr S.K.Ramachandran Nair
Dr Martanda Pillai
Dr Sanal Kumar
Dr Rajashekaran Nair
Dr K Bhavadasan

Scientific Adivisors
Dr Suresh Nair
Dr Muralidharan Nair
Dr Raymond Morris
Dr Madhusoodhanan
Dr Thomas Iype

Scientific Committee
Dr Girish Menon
Dr Sreekumar
Dr Krishna Kumar
Dr Robert Mathew
Dr Balagopal

Registration Committee
Dr Easwer
Dr Girish KM
Dr Rose Bist
Dr Chitra
Dr Ajay

Food committee
Dr Jyotish LS
Dr Kabeer
Dr Janardhanan Potti
Dr Shaju Mathew
Dr Benoy
Dr Sathish

Souvenir Committee
Dr Moni K Vinod
Dr Suresh Chandran
Dr Jose PB
Dr Snehajalal
Dr Vinu

Reception committee
Dr Gopalakrishnan
Dr Abu Madan
Dr Prashant
Dr Navas
Dr Sanu
Dr Rajahkutty

Travel & Accomodation
Dr Raghavan Naik
Dr Sharmad MS
Dr Raj S Chandran
Dr Nanu
Dr Philip
Dr Anish

Tour Places

This serene backwater stretch, enroute to Kovalam, is famous for its canoe rides.
Aruvikkara Dam

This picturesque picnic spot is on the banks of the Karamana river. Near the Durga Temple here is a stream full of fish that fearlessly come close to the shore to be fed by the visitors.
Museum Complex

The Napier Museum:

Built in the 19th century, the Indo - saracenic structure boasts a "natural" air conditioning system and houses a rare collection of archaeological and historic artifacts, bronze idols, ancient ornaments, a temple chariot and ivory carvings.
Sree Chithra Art Gallery:

Located near the Napier Museum, this art gallery displays select paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, Svetlova and Nicholas Roerich and exquisite works from the Rajput, Mughal and Tanjore schools of art in India. The collection also includes paintings from China, Japan, Tibet and Bali.
The Zoological Park:

One of the first zoos in India, it is located in a well-planned botanical garden.
The Kanakakunnu Palace

The palace and its sprawling grounds are today the venue for many cultural meets and programmes.
Science and Technology Museum Complex
The exhibits here are related to science, technology and electronics.

Shankhumugham Beach

Just 8 km from the city, this is a favourite haunt of sunset watchers.

Located at the highest point in the city, near the Museum complex 60 metres above sea level, one can have a bird's eye view of the city from here.


Built in the Roman architectural style, this is the centre of government administration in Kerala and houses the offices of ministers and the bureaucracy.

Veli Tourist Village

This picnic spot, where the Veli Lake meets the Arabian Sea, offers boating facilities.

Akkulam Tourist Village

A picnic spot with boating facilities, Akkulam is a place children flock to. It has a well equipped children's park and a paddle pool. There is a swimming pool for adults too.

Vizhinjam Rock Cut Cave

There are rock cut sculptures of the 18th century in the cave temple at Vizhinjam. The granite cave here encloses a one-celled shrine with a loose sculpture of Vinandhara Dakshinamurthi. The outer wall of the cave depicts half complete reliefs of the Hindu God Shiva with Goddess Parvathi.

Sree Mahadeva Temple
Situated in Kazhakuttom, this ancient temple is believed to date back to the 14th century. Another old temple in the district is the Mitramandapuram Temple on the outskirts of the city.

Neyyar Dam

A popular picnic spot with a watch tower, crocodile farm, lion safari park and deer park. Boating facilities are available at the reservoir.

Padmanabhapuram Palace

The seat of the erstwhile rulers of Travancore, this splendid palace is situated at Thuckalai, on the way to Kanyakumari. This is a well preserved wooden palace, a glorious testimony to the traditional Kerala school of architecture. .

Padmanabha Swamy Temple

The temple is located inside the East Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the temple is a blend of the Kerala and Dravidian styles of architecture.

Kuthiramalika (Puthenmalika) Palace Museum

The palace was built by Maharaja Swathi Thirunal Balarama Varma - the King of Travancore, who was a great poet, musician, social reformer and statesman. This rare specimen of workmanship in the traditional Travancore style of architecture also has exquisite wood carvings.


Part of the Sahyadri range of mountains, Agasthyakoodam is the second highest peak in Kerala, at a height of 1890 metres above sea level.


Dear Neuroscientists,
Scientific program
CME on 11-02-12
1.Cystic lesions of the Brain- Prof Mahadevan, Medical College, Kottayam
2.Neurology & behaviour -Prof.Anandakumar, AIMS, Kochi
3.Complication avoiding techniques in the dissection of Insular Glioma -Dr Mathew, SCTIMST
4.CNS Demyelination - Dr James jose, Medical college, Calicut
5.Role of advanced imaging in Brain lesions -Dr Anil kumar B, Institute if Radiology & Imaging Sciences, Kochi
6.Approach to tremor- Dr Jacob George, Medical College, Kottayam
7.Current concepts in the management of spontaneous intracranial hypotension - Dr Devaprasad, Aswini Hospital,Trissur
8.Sacral nerve stimulation in sphincter dysfunction - Dr Ramnarayan, Appollo Hospitals , Chennai
9.Diagnostic dilemmas and avenues of approaches in posterior fossa lesions - Dr Balakrishnan, Medical College, Trissur
Inauguration of Conference
Banquet Dinner - Hotel UDAY SAMUDRA-6.30pm
Conference on 12-02-2012
Free Papers (9am to 4 pm)
Up to 30-Jan.2012 After 30-1-2012
Delegates Rs 1000 Rs 1500
Residents Rs 500 Rs 1000
Accompanying person Rs 500
Send DD/ Cheques in the name -Interface 2012- payable at Trivandrum, to :
Dr Anil Kumar Peethambaran,
Professor of Neurosurgery,
Superspeciality Block,
Medical college, Trivandrum-695011.


:: Welcome to Interface 2012 A dozen years have passed into the new millennium and  we now have the honour of inviting you all to the Annual meet of the Neurological Society of India –Kerala chapter in the year 2012(Neurocon ’12) , to be held in the complacent  city of Lord Sree Padmanabha with all its splendours on Febrary 11th & 12th, 2012. As you have noticed in the past the Trivandrum NSI conference (Nanons) has always been in the forefront in discussing the technology as well as the problems  that we are going to face in future. This year  we have decided to  name our  rendezvous as The Interface to commemorate the advances in the field of brain machine interface which will aid in overcoming many short comings  of the damaged brain and nerves with the help of a machine or computer to do the job directly.

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