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Autumn Meeting 2019


Thursday 17th October 2019

Our one day programme includes a wealth of scientific updates from an authoritative range of speakers including ABN Lord John Walton lecturer Simon Shorvon. It will be held at the Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury, London.


On site registration fees apply from 1 October 2019

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0900-0925  Arrival, coffee & registration

0925-0930  Welcome

Session 1

0930-1000  What Genetics has told us about sporadic MND - Chris Shaw, London

1000-1030  Cannabinoids and epilepsy - Helen Cross, London

1030-1100  The blame game: Life style and Dementia - Carol Brayne, Cambridge

1100-1130  Coffee break

Session 2

1130-1200  From the Spanish Armada to gene therapy - Mary Reilly, London

1200-1230  Early cognitive impairment as a predictor of dementia in PD - Michele Hu, Oxford

1230-1310* John Walton lecture: British neurosurgery before the NHS, its skirmishes with neurology and eventual emancipation - Simon Shorvon, London

1310-1410  Lunch

Session 3

1410-1440  Cathedral architecture in Salisbury - Boyd Ghosh, Hampshire

1440-1510  Leukodystrophies seen in adults - Jeremy Chataway, London

1510-1540  Tea break

Session 4

1540-1610  Surgical and medical trials in traumatic brain injury - Peter Hutchinson (SBNS), Cambridge

1610-1640  Mind the gap: emerging autoimmune nodo-paranodopathies - Simon Rinaldi, Oxford

1640-1710  Art and neurology - Phil Smith, Cardiff

1710  Close

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