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Neurological Research to be Showcased at Public Meeting

20-Mar-2018

 


Scientists at the University of Kent involved in neurological medicine research will discuss their work and its implications for future treatment at a public meeting later this month.

Established in 1965, the University of Kent, the UK’s European university, now has almost 20,000 students across campuses or study centres at Canterbury, Medway, Tonbridge; as well as Brussels, Paris, Athens and Rome.

Professor Janet Krska and Dr Sarah Corlett, of the University’s Medway School of Pharmacy, will be on hand to outline current areas of research at the Medway Neurological Fair 2018 event this March.

Organised by the Medway Neurological Network, the fair will be an opportunity for anyone with a neurological condition, their carers, or family and friends, to find out more about current research and discuss available support with a range of organisations and service providers.

As well as presentations on research, neuro rehabilitation and advice on how to keep driving safely with a neurological condition, organisers expect more than 25 information stalls to be set up.

This FREE event, which is open to all, takes place on Saturday 24th March 2018 between 10.00-13.00 and 13.30-16.30 at the Pilkington Building, Universities at Medway, Chatham Maritime ME4 4JB; free parking will be available on site.

For more information and to book a place, visit the Medway Neurological Network websiteor contact Holly Brown, Research Administrator at the Medway School of Pharmacy, on 01634 202959.
 

 


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