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Sutcliffe Kerr Day 2020

March 11, 2020 @ 12:00 18:30

The Walton Centre & Liverpool Neursocience Group together present an extended programme of clinical neuroscience research presentations, followed by the annual Sutcliffe Kerr lecture.

Last year’s programme was a great success, thanks to the support of both our presenters, and the many delegates who attended. As you’ll see below we have an exciting programme of events organised for the day, including the key note annual Sutcliffe Kerr Lecture, this time delivered by Professor Peter Hutchinson who will be speaking on “Rescuing the Injured Brain”. You can attend whichever parts of the day you wish.

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12 pm Lunch

12.30pm Keynote Lecture: “Focal Gene Therapy and the Future of Epilepsy Surgery”, Professor Matthew Walker, Consultant Neurologist, UCL/Queen Square

1.30pm Minicase 1: Genetics & Epilepsy

1.40pm Research 1: Epilepsy, Dr Simon Keller, UoL

2.10pm Coffee break

2.30pm Research 2: Movement Disorders, Professors Michael Clague, Sylvie Urbé, and John Quinn, UoL

3.30pm Minicase 2: Genetics & Movement Disorders

3.40pm Minibreak

3.45pm Innovation, Mr Lee Omar, Red Ninja; Dr Helen Shaw, Proveca; Bernard Ross, Sky Medical.

4.45pm Minicase 3: Genetics, brain trauma and innovation!

5.00pm Reception

5.30pm Annual Sutcliffe Kerr Lecture: “Rescuing the Injured Brain”, Professor Peter Hutchinson, Consultant Neurosurgeon, University of Cambridge


Evening meal: An evening meal will be held following the event at 8pm at 60 Hope Street, Liverpool (www.60hopestreet.com) giving you an opportunity for informal networking with speakers and fellow attendees. The approximate cost will be £40 per person, dependent on individual choice. If you would like to attend, please select the ‘evening meal’ option when booking your ticket.



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