Cadaver Workshop

Cadaver Workshop

e-INS 2023 Cadaver Workshop

“Looking Over the Fence”

e-INS 2023 is proud to introduce its European Cadaver Workshop aimed at neuromodulators with experience.

Registration is now open!


Cadaver Workshop Information

Date: Thursday, 31 August 2023
Time: 7:15 – 13:00

Meeting Point and Time:
07:15 at the Registration Desk at the congress venue (Congress Center Hamburg (CCH), Congressplatz 1, 20355 Hamburg, Germany)

Address of workshop:
Universitätsklinikum Hamburg Eppendorf, Institut für Neuroanatomie
Martinistr. 52
Gebäude N61
20246 Hamburg

Cost: 275 EUR
Discounted Price for INS members: 225 EUR

The e-INS cadaver workshop is a unique opportunity for experienced neuromodulators to learn and improve their knowledge and techniques from international experts in the field.

This workshop is aimed at experienced professionals who will be coached and mentored in advanced practices of neuromodulation. It will be both interesting and challenging, and participants will have gained important, relevant experience in neuromodulation by the end of the workshop.

Cadaver Topics:

  • Spinal cord stimulation – Surgical
  • Spinal cord stimulation – Percutaneous
  • Dorsal root ganglion stimulation
View the full programme details here.


The workshop comprises:

  • Presentations from top experts explaining advanced practices and procedures in neuromodulation.
  • Hands-on practicals at cadaver workstations
    Participants will have the opportunity to see how an expert performs specific procedures and then, they will carry out the procedure themselves with the expert’s individual attention and guidance. The high ratio of experts to participants allows a participant to gain valuable practice and individualised instruction.



Registration for the cadaver workshop is part of the Congress registration process. If you have already registered for the congress, please contact to register for the cadaver workshop.


Please note: There are limited places available in this workshop. Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.