With updates from invited guest speakers and member presentations showcasing the latest research in cognitive neurology, the Cognitive SIG winter meeting is an opportunity to learn, share and network with others interested and involved in cognitive neurology.
Guest speakers include Tim Griffiths on auditory cognition, Thomas Bak on Interaction of FTD and MND and Mike Kopelman on Anomalies in Autobiographical Memory.
Tickets £20 for consultants. Free to trainees/students, allied health profesionals and other scientists.
ABN Cognitive SIG Meeting Programme
10:00. Paresh Malhotra - Welcome
10.05. Mike Kopelman - Anomalies in Autobiographical Memory
10:50 Richard Nicholas - The role of Simvastatin in Treating Cognitive Dysfunction in MS
11:05 Peter McColgan - Healthy White Matter Predicts Up-regulation of Functional Brain Activity in Premanifest Huntington’s Disease
11:20 Tea Break
11:40 Simon Bell - Mitochondrial Abnormalities in Fibroblasts from Alzheimer’s Disease Patients and Recovery with Treatment
11:55 Qadeer Arshad - Functional Significance of Magnitude Allocation Upon Human Decision-making
12:10 Ana Lukic - Candidate Genes and Neuropathological Analysis in Prion Disease Patients
12.25 Lunch Break
13:30 Tim Griffiths - Auditory Cognition
14:15 Jenna LittleJohn - Identifying Hearing Loss as a Marker for Cognitive Impairment?
14:30 Hannah Coman - To Operate or Not?
14:45 Tea Break
15:00 Campbell Le Heron - A Common Mechanism Contributing to Apathy Across Neurological Disorders
15:15 Thomas Bak - The Interaction of FTD and MND
Meeting – 18th November Charing Cross Hospital 10th floor lecture theatre, East wing lab block