British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology

...to promote and encourage for the public benefit the science and practice of clinical neurophysiology and related sciences

Events

Spring 2021 Scientific Meeting
Start Date
End Date
Friday 12 Mar 2021 08:30 AM
Friday 12 Mar 2021 15:30 PM
Location
Meeting held on Zoom, hosted by Newcastle University
Details

 The zoom format gives us the opportunity to invite international speakers and we are pleased to welcome Dr Mumtaz Patel from Manchester, Dr  Pushpa Narayanaswami from Boston and Dr Francine Chassoux from Paris. Brief Biographies can be found in their programme entries.

The society is very grateful to the following companies for support in arranging this meeting:

Inomed Neurocare Ltd.

Medevolve

Neurogen 

Optima Medical Ltd.

 

Abstract submissions are now closed.

The Zoom meeting will open from 9:00 am for delegates to join and sort out technical issues. We expect the lectures to run from 10:00 am until 3:00 or 3:30 pm

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Abstracts (can change before the event)
TitleLead AuthorStatus 
The protective effects of Martin-Gruber AnastomosisLarry Robinson Scheduled View
The New Curriculum - a roll outGareth Payne Scheduled View
Abnormal event-related modulation of sensorimotor cortex alpha/mu activity in children with dystonia and dystonic cerebral palsy Verity McClelland Scheduled View
MuSK Antibody‚ÄďAssociated Myasthenia Gravis With SARS-CoV-2 Infection: A Case ReportLouwai Muhammed Scheduled View
The posterior alpha that shone a light on the diagnosis Shahrzad Hadavi Scheduled View
GETTING LESS SLEEP DURING THE PANDEMIC: Subtitle : Auditing the Kings Sleep EEG Service 2019-2020May Chaw Thazin Win Scheduled View
Language dysfunction associated EEG findings after CAR-T cell therapy. Elisaveta Sokolov Scheduled View
Programme
TimeType Presenter
08:30Registration  
09:25Registration Welcome and Housekeeping: Dr Jacquie Deeb  
09:30Lecture Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination in Clinical Neurophysiology Dr Mumtaz Patel/ Dr Andrew Michell
10:10Abstract Abnormal event-related modulation of sensorimotor cortex alpha/mu activity in children with dystonia and dystonic cerebral palsy Dr Verity McClelland
10:30Abstract GETTING LESS SLEEP DURING THE PANDEMIC: Subtitle : Auditing the Kings Sleep EEG Service 2019-2020 (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr May Chaw Thazin Win
10:50Refreshment Medevolve powerpoint presentation  
11:00Abstract The New Curriculum - a roll out Dr Gareth Payne
11:40Abstract The posterior alpha that shone a light on the diagnosis (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Shahrzad Hadavi
12:00Refreshment Parallel Breakout rooms ( Inomed and Optima)  
12:30Refreshment Lunch  
13:00Lecture Focal Cortical Dysplasia: Insights from SEEG to Scalp EEG Dr Francine Chassoux
13:40Abstract Language dysfunction associated EEG findings after CAR-T cell therapy. Dr Elisaveta Sokolov
14:00Abstract The protective effects of Martin-Gruber Anastomosis Dr Larry Robinson
14:20Refreshment Optima Video presentation  
14:30Lecture The Clinical and Neurophysiological approach to Myasthenia Gravis Dr Pushpa Narayanswami
15:10Abstract MuSK Antibody‚ÄďAssociated Myasthenia Gravis With SARS-CoV-2 Infection: A Case Report (Adrian Prize candidate) Dr Louwai Muhammed
15:30Close Dr Nandini Mullatti  
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