The Brain Conference 2022

A two-day virtual event featuring clinical teaching talks and research presentations from speakers at the forefront of their fields.

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Join the Brain Conference on 24-25 February 2022 for the opportunity to hear from neurology’s leading scientists and clinicians.

The fantastic two-day virtual programme features clinical teaching talks and research presentations from expert speakers including neuroscientist Professor Gina Poe, and the winner of the 2021 Brain Prize, neurologist Professor Peter Goadsby.

The conference will cover a wide range of topics from cognition, stroke and neurodegeneration through to neurogenetics and sleep and circadian rhythms. There’s also an opportunity to present your own research by submitting an abstract before 19 January 2022. The best will be selected to take part in ‘data blitz’ presentations during each session.

Whether you’re a clinician or scientist, student or senior faculty, working directly with patients or in the lab, this conference has something to interest you.

Tickets for The Brain Conference 2022 cost £30.

The Brain Conference 2022 is supported by the UK DRI.
A discounted rate for UK DRI researchers can be accessed on the Portal event page.

Submit an abstract here: https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/login?redirect=/stages/3188/submitter

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