We are pleased to announce on Friday 12th October 2018 the UK
Neurotrauma Symposium in association with SBNS, will be back at the
Royal Geographical Society for a third year.
We have a fantastic line up of guest speakers covering a range of topics
that encompass the entire Neurotrauma patient pathway.
To register and submit an abstract go to:
Time Speaker Title
08:00 Registration and coffee
08:45-09:30 KSS/EMRS (TBC) Remote TBI – when you’re a long way
from a drill
09:30-10:00 Prof David Menon (TBC) Why Neuron’s die
10:00-10:35 Prof Simon Holmes Max Fax – more than a crumple zone!
11:00-11:35 Dr Phil Martin (TBC) Transport
Research Laboratory
Predicting Brain Injury
11:35-12:05 Miss Catherine McMahon Predicting Outcome
12:05-12:35 TBC Biomarking
13:30-14:05 Prof Deb Stein Shock Neurotrauma
14:05-14:40 Prof Tony Figaji (TBC) African Neurotrauma
14:40-15:15 Dr Damon Hoad Biomarkers in formulating the
neurorehabilitation of trauma
15:45-16:20 TBC Correcting the clotting
16:20-16:55 Dr Michael Fertleman Elderly TBI – is it worth it??!!
16:55-17:30 Matt Gunne My Neurotrauma Journey
Public Evening Reception
Time Speaker Title
17:30-18:30 Drinks reception
Mark Wilson
Watch this space!
Brain Injury Charity – why it matters
20:00 Drinks in bar
Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR