UK Stroke Research Workshop 2017
1. Delegate Registration
2. Delegate Registration (no Conference Dinner)
3. Trainee Delegate Registration
1. Delegate Registration – Workshop Options
2. Delegate Registration (no Conference Dinner) – Workshop Options
3. Trainee Delegate Registration – Workshop Options
UK STROKE RESEARCH WORKSHOP
Date: 11 and 12 September 2017
Arranged under the auspices of the NIHR CRN Stroke Speciality Group. Supported by the NIHR Eastern Clinical Research Network, British Heart Foundation and the British Association of Stroke Physicians.
Trainees at all stages of Stroke research
All Consultant level staff are welcome to attend.
Markedly subsided rate will be available for all trainees and non-clinical researchers within 3 years of first post doc post.
Abstract submissions are invited for oral and poster presentation – details will be sent after registration if requested at registration.
CPD from RCP applied for.
13.00 Stroke Research in 2017: What has been achieved and we still need to discover
John Bamford, Leeds
Chair: Helen Rodgers
13.40 Stroke Recovery - What is the Future?
14.10 Stem cells to repair the Damaged Brain
14.40 Junior Researcher presentation
Chair: Gary Ford
15.25 How to get started in Stroke Research - Navigating the Pathway
15.40 How to design a Stroke Study?
15.55 How to fund a Stroke Study?
16.10 How to involve Patients?
16.25 Panel discussion
17.00 How to make an impact in Stroke Research ; Tips for a Young Researcher
8.30 ICH - The Known Knowns and the Unknown Knowns.
9.00 Translational Approaches to Investigating and Treating Inflammation after Intracranial Haemorrhage
10.25 Snapshot: Zebrafish Model of Intracebral Haemorrhage
10.35 Junior Researcher Presentation
10.50 Coffee break
New frontiers in Stroke Research – the era of Personalised Medicine?
11.15 The Omics Revolution - What can it contribute to Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke?
11.45 Genomics in Stroke
12.15 Snapshot: Using iPSC models of Genetic Stroke to understand Disease Mechanisms
12.30 Junior Researcher Presentation
12.45 Junior Researcher Presentation
Cognitive and Behavioural Problems Post-Stroke
14.00 Post-Stroke Cognitive Decline - What we know and what do we need to know?
14.30 Using MR to understand why patients with Small Vessel Disease suffer Cognitive Decline
15.00 Snapshot on Cognitive and Behavioural problems
15.15 Junior Reseacher Presentation