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Preview: Advancing Epilepsy – ILAE British Branch Annual Scientific Meeting

Posted in Courses & Conferences on 20th Jun 2019

Join the ILAE at the 2019 International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) British Branch Annual Scientific Meeting in Birmingham, UK, from the 2nd to the 4th October. The 3-day conference features a strong scientific programme with poster and oral presentations focusing on cutting edge basic and clinical research, innovative practice techniques and scientific topics including SUDEP, what is a seizure, advances in epilepsy surgery and the teenage brain. In addition, the programme includes a neurobiology of epilepsy session, co-hosted by Epilepsy Research UK, the Irish Branch session on FutureNeuro and the Neurosurgery Network meeting. The aim is to provide a high quality teaching experience, with the overall objective of improving epilepsy management in Britain.

Submission of abstracts for posters are invited, and submissions for two Gower Award categories. The meeting is a great opportunity in which to further your professional development by sharing your research ideas, networking with colleagues and building collaborative relationships.

14 CPD accreditation credits from the Royal College of Physicians have been applied for. Early bird rates available until the 5th August. ILAE British Branch members receive discounted registration. Bursaries are also available to attend the meeting.

Join the ILAE today, visit ww.ilaebritish.org.uk

To learn more and to register for the 2019 meeting, visit www.ilaebritishconference.org.uk

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