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2017 Autumn Scientific Meeting and AGM
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Start Date
End Date
Friday 13 Oct 2017 09:00 AM
Friday 13 Oct 2017 17:00 PM
King's College Hospital, London
Programme (can change before the event)
TimeType Presenter
08:40Registration Arrive  
09:10Abstract Ultrasound Fingertips and Tiptoes Water Induced Skin Wrinkling Quantification Dr Antonin Gechev
09:25Abstract Similarities under scale transformation: mathematical simulation of biological neuronal network spiking models and translations across physiological EEG rhythms, ictogenesis and different epileptiform phenomena from intracranial and surface EEG recordings (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Nick Tsarouchas
09:40Abstract Predicting Outcomes in Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis using EEG (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Graham Blackman
09:55Abstract Short communication - TeleEEG Dr Gareth C Payne
10:05Abstract Short communication - Audit proposal: Electrodiagnosis of Motor Neuron Disease Dr Nofal Khalil
10:15Lecture Intracranial EEG and Epilepsy Surgery; historical development and recent advances. Dr Robert Elwes
11:00Refreshment COFFEE  
11:30Lecture Geoffrey Parr Lecture - Tomographic imaging of fast neural activity in brain and nerve using Electrical Impedance Tomography – pipe dream, reality (or somewhere in between)? Professor David Holder
12:30Refreshment Lunch  
13:30AGM AGM  
14:15Lecture Microneurography (TBC) Dr Jordi Serra
15:00Abstract Medical Student Bursary presentation - Are distinct inputs in M1 selectively employed by a motor decision-making task? Mr Sachin Modi
15:15Refreshment TEA  
15:45Abstract EEG and SSEP for prognostication following cardiac arrest at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, 2012-2017 (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Aggie Skorko
16:00Abstract Somatosensory Evoked Potentials and Central Motor Conduction Times help predict outcomes from Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) in children with dystonia Dr Verity McClelland
16:15Abstract Microneurographic findings in patients with POTS Dr Jordi Serra
16:30Abstract RCT of Bumetanide in Hypokalaemic Periodic Paralysis (HypoPP) using abductor digiti minimi compound muscle action potential (CMAP) as an objective outcome measure (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Renata S. Scalco
16:45Close Closing remarks and depart  

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