Keele Neuro Society is proud to invite you to it’s second Annual Research Symposium, featuring several speakers at the pinnacle of their fields, and exposing you to a selection of the exciting neuro-related research happening at Keele University. The confirmed speakers and their topics are as follows:
‘Mind, Medications and Parkinson’s Disease‘ by Professor Nicky Edelstyn;
‘Getting by with a little help from my friends: ‘Social’ networks and hippocampal area CA2′ by Dr Douglas Caruana;
‘Football, football heading and head injury – how likely are you to suffer chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), early-onset dementia, or just impaired cognitive processing, as a consequence of football play’ by Dr Andrew Rutherford;
‘Aluminium and Alzheimer’s Disease: An Unpalatable Truth’ by Professor Christopher Exley.
Registration for the event starts at 5:00pm, with talks beginning promptly at 5:30pm; refreshments and drinks will be provided at the start of the event, to give you a little late afternoon boost.
In order to be provided with a certificate of attendance on the day, you’ll need to register at:
for the event with a free ticket – please make sure to include your full name when you register for the ticket, so we can correctly put it down on your KNS certificate! 🙂
We look forward to seeing you there!