Francophone Society of Chronobiology

by Éric Bila

Éric Bila

I would like to express my deep gratitude to the World Federation of Neurology for granting me a 2018 WFN Junior Traveling Fellowship to participate in the 46th Conference of the Francophone Society of Chronobiology Oct. 22-25, 2018. We had the participation of world experts who presented to us their different works and their experiences. I had the opportunity to present my poster titled “Rhythm Disturbances and Epilepsy in Africa.” It was a rich experience in teaching and meeting other researchers of the world about the disorders of biological rhythm and the impact on humans as well as on animals.

At the end of this congress, I understood the close link between biological rhythm disorders and some neurological pathologies, which strengthens my approach in the care and follow-up of patients. •