Interested in Neurology, Neuroscience or Neurosurgery?
Want to improve your Neuroradiology for OSCEs?
Want Neuro Careers advice?
Want to present a poster or win a prize?
Want a certificate to add to your portfolio?
Want to drill a hole in a skull?
Do you like food and wine?
If you answered yes to any of the above, this is the event for you.
We have a fantastic line up this year with highlights including world renowned speakers, skull drilling, opportunity to learn about current active area of research and opportunity to present your own to win prizes (Part II posters welcome!).
The Symposium will be held at the ALICE FISHER LECTURE THEATRE and the DEAKIN CENTRE on the Addenbrookes site. We will be sending a full itinerary shortly.
To SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT, email CAMBRIDGENEUROSOC@GMAIL.COM. The word limit is 250 and your research can cover almost ANY TOPIC IN NEUROSCIENCE/NEUROLOGY/NEUROSURGERY. Your posters will be judged by experts in the fields and you have the opportunity to win great prizes!
ALL ATTENDEES (Abstract or not) NEED TO REGISTER FOR TICKETS WHICH COST ONLY £10 (lunch, refreshments included). The Facebook event can be found here.
See the timetable below for full details:
9:00 Registration, Tea and Coffee
9:30-10:30 Miss Helen Fernandes, Department of Neurosurgery – A career in Neurosurgery
10:30-11:15 Prof. Paul Fletcher, Department of Psychiatry – the role of functioning imaging in Psychiatry
11:30-12:10 Dr. Romina Vuono, Department of Clinical Neurosciences – Early detection of Parkinson’s disease
12:15-12:55 Dr Jonathan Jones, Department of Radiology – Case studies in Neuroradiology
13:00-14:00 Lunch (Provided!)
13:30- 14.00 Poster Presentations
1) Skull Drilling
2) Fluorescent Microscopy (tbc)
3) A Career in Neuroscience
15:30-15:45 Break, Refreshments and Snacks
15:45-16:30 Keynote Talk – Prof. Maria Spillantini, Department of Neurosciences – Discovery of Tau protein in Alzheimer’s disease