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The first 150 years of trying to understand MND

The RCN and Motor Neurone Disease Association present three free public lectures.


The RCN and Motor Neurone Disease Association are working in partnership to present three free public lectures in 2015. For the first lecture, Dr Martin Turner will lead us through lead us through the fascinating history and unfolding understanding of the challenging condition MND, which was first classified in the nineteenth century.

Dr Turner is a Consultant Neurologist and Senior Clinician Scientist at Oxford University. He has carried out significant research into MND, and was most recently awarded the Medical Research Council and Motor Neurone Disease Association Lady Edith Wolfson Senior Clinical Fellowship (2012) to study pre-symptomatic changes in MND, and translate the emerging BioMOx biomarkers to the bedside.


Speaker(s):

Dr Martin Turner | talks

 

Date and Time:

16 April 2015 at 5:45 pm

Duration:

3 hours

 

Venue:

Royal College of Nursing
20 Cavendish Square
London
W1G 0RN
029 2054 6460
http://www.rcn.org.uk/development/library_and_heritage_services/whats_on/view_all_events

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Tickets:

Free

Available from:

To book your place, visit http://www.rcn.org.uk/mndpl or contact RCN Events Registration on 029 2054 6460 or email eventsreg@rcn.org.uk

Additional Information:

Future events – dates for the diary
Details will be available shortly for the public lectures taking place at the Royal College of Nursing on:
Tuesday June 9 2015
Tuesday October 15 2015

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