NE Epilepsy Research Meeting
This meeting aims to unite all those working on Epilepsy in the region; both clinical and laboratory based.
The 2018 meeting took place on Friday 14 September in the historic Armstrong Building, Newcastle University. Please check back for details of future meetings.
We would like to thank all the speakers, delegates and sponsors for their support. You can download the 2018 NEERNM Programme (PDF) which featured an Osselton Lecture from Dr Fergus Rugg-Gunn (University College Hospitals, London) 'The interface between the brain and the heart'. The poster prize was won by Nishant Sinha, PhD student at Newcastle University.
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This annual meeting began in 2009 with the aim of uniting basic science and clinical researchers in the North East of England who were working on Epilepsy. Enabling people from different research backgrounds to share ideas, current thinking and foster collaborations. In addition to oral and poster presentations, each meeting also includes an ‘Osselton Lecture’ named in honour of eminent neurologist John Osselton who spent his entire career at Newcastle University. His contribution to the development and refinement of EEG technology is acknowledged by the universal appreciation that many neurologists, neurophysiologists and technicians, past and present, hold for his edition of the Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology.
The 8th NEERNM tool place on Friday 30th September 2016 at Beamish Hall Hotel in County Durham. You can view the NEERNM 2016 conference booklet (PDF:272KB). The poster prize was awarded to PhD student Anderson Brito da Silva.
The 7th NEERNM took place on Friday 9th October 2015 at Beamish Hall Hotel. It was a great opportunity to celebrate the career of Margie Jackson who retired this year. The prize for the best poster went to Ryley Parrish. You can read the NEERNM 2015 conference booklet (PDF:520KB)
The 6th NEERNM took place on Friday 5th September 2014 at Beamish Hall Hotel. It was a great mix of around 80 clinicians and researchers which created some lively discussions. The prize for the best oral presentation from a trainee when to Felix Chan, and the poster prize was shared between Yujiang Wang and Peter Taylor. Find out more by reading the full NEERNM 2014 conference booklet(PDF:562B).
The 5th NEERNM took place on place on Friday 27th September 2013 at Beamish Hall Hotel. To find out more read the neerm-conference-report (PDF: 1007 KB), which was published in the journal ACNR.
This course is for consultants and trainees in neurology, psychiatry, neuropsychology and rehabilitation medicine who want to develop their practical expertise in cognitive assessment and relate this to clinically relevant neuroscience.
The 2019 course will take place in Oxford on Thursday 3 and Friday 4 October at Oxford University. Topics will include: Speech, Frontal Lobe, Functional Disorders and Cancer and Cognition.
The course is organized by neurologists Tim Griffiths (Newcastle) and Chris Butler (Oxford).
Please check back for registration details.
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Three Rivers Parkinson's Meeting
Designed to unite all those working on Parkinson's Disease in the North East region. The 2019 meeting will take place on Friday 8 February at Hardwick Hall hotel
The 2019 meeting will take place on Friday 8 February. Confirmed speakers are Professor Huw Morris, UCL Institute of Neurology, and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at the Royal Free Hospital and the National Hospital, Queen Square. Dr Ed Richfield, consultant in Elderly medicine with a sub-specialty of movement disorders at North Bristol NHS Trust.
- Three Rivers Parkinson's Meeting 2019 Full Programme (PDF)
The meeting is organised by Professor Richard Walker (Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT), Dr Naomi Warren and Professor Nicola Pavese (both Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS FT).
Venue: Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield, TS21 2EH. Just North of the A177/A689 Roundabout at Sedgefield, a few minutes from the A1(M) Junction 60 or the A19. Follow the A177 North for 200 meters from the roundabout towards Durham and the driveway is on your left. There is ample free parking at the hotel.
CPD: The course has previously been awarded 4 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians and we will applying again this time.
Registration: Please use the link below to book your place using the Newcastle University Webstore, payment can be made with a debit or credit card. If you require an alternative payment method please contact.
Delegates are offered 3 registration rates
Option 1: £60, place at the conference dinner on Thursday 7 February, with bed and breakfast at Hardwick Hall, and conference attendance on Friday 8 February.
Option 2: £35, please at the conference dinner on Thursday 7 February and conference registration on Friday 8 February. NO Accommodation.
Option 3: £20, conference registration on Friday 8 February. NO conference dinner. NO Accommodation.
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A number of special interest seminar series are run by Institute members. If you are interested in joining please contact the relevant person from the list below.
Auditory Neuroscience journal club: contact Daniyal Daud
Brain, Cognition and Language journal club: contact Chris Petkov
Centre for Behaviour & Evolution seminar series: contact Colline Poirier
DeMANDs - Dementia and Neurodegenerative Diseases journal club: contact Beth Edgar
Diversity and Equality in Academic Research journal club: contact Colline Poirier
Fun with R - an R statistical programming language club: contact Clare Andrews
Mental Time Travel journal club: contact Tom Smulders
Mitochondrial Research journal club: contact Angela Pyle
Parkinson's Disease seminar series: contact Amy Reeve
Psychiatry Lab Lunch: contact Peter Gallagher
Rehabilitation Science seminar series: contact Heather Hunter
If you would like your journal club adding to this list or are having problems contacting a group please email firstname.lastname@example.org