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Durham University

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You are warmly invited to attend the 2018 meeting of NEURACLIN.


Building upon the success of the 2017 meeting, NEURACLIN (https://www.dur.ac.uk/psychology/research/neuraclin/) aims to facilitate the collaboration of North-East based Neuroscience and Research oriented Academics and Clinical workers. This network brings together Academics and Clinical workers together, with a view to making it easier both to share knowledge and to collaborate on research projects. NEURACLIN primarily focus is upon memory-affecting disorders, including but not limited to Dementias and Epilepsy.


The venue for this years meeting is the Joachim Room, College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University.


The programme will include the following confirmed speakers:

Dr Hugo Spiers (UCL): Developing a diagnostic test for Alzheimer’s dementia and insights into human navigation - The Sea Hero Quest Project.

Prof Annalena Vennari (University of Sheffield): Understanding Alzheimer’s disease: contribution from connectivity and morphometry.

Dr Tom Hartley (University of York):

Dr Aidan Horner (University of York): The emergence of location-based representations in the parahippocampal place area.

Dr Fiona McNab (University of York): Working memory and distraction: evidence from smartphone games

Dr Stephen Hall (University of York): Are sub clinical seizures routine in Alzheimer’s disease?

Dr Steven Poulter (Durham University): Memory traces for space-defining cues in the subiculum of the rodent hippocampal formation.

Dr Sarah Smith (Leeds Beckett): Cognitive stimulation and cognitive rehabilitation in dementia.

Dr Kirsty McAleese (Newcastle University): White matter damage in Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr Stephen Evans (York Teaching Hospitals): Accelerated long-term forgetting in non-epileptic memory-clinic patients.

Gina Michallat-Bragg (Durham University): Meta-analysis of Neuropsychological tests and Cerebrospinal Fluid markers predicting conversion from MCI to Alzheimer's type Dementia.

Denise Foresteire (Durham University): Social and anxiety behaviours in an Alzheimer’s disease model mouse.


Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please email the organisers should you have specific dietary requirements.


Please note that your attendance means we may use photos of you taken on the day within our NEURACLIN website and promotional material.

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