My Brain and Medicine is a great opportunity to connect with others and listen to talks by professionals working in the field of encephalitis and from people who have been directly affected by encephalitis at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, on April 30, 2018.

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Speakers confirmed are:

  • Dr Sophia Michael, the University of Oxford: What is autoimmune encephalitis, causes and diagnosis 
  • Dr Christopher Duncan, of the University of Newcastle: What is infectious encephalitis, causes and diagnosis
  • Dr Emily Talbot, of Nottingham  University Hospitals NHS Trust:  Neuropyschological difficulties following encephalitis
  • Dr Jessica Fish, Oliver Zangwill Centre: Rehabilitation and Emotional Adjustment.
  • Clarke Willmott solicitors: Employment and the Law

Personal perspectives about encephalitis will come from survivor Paul Wicks and Trish Rake, whose young son was affected by the condition.

There will also be stands from the University of Oxford, Clarke Willmott and Access Legal Solicitors. 

As well as finding our more about encephalitis, My Brain and Medicine is a valuable opportunity for learning and building new networks. 

To help with the funding of these events we are now charging a small admin fee of £5. The first 25 people to sign up will receive a small thank you gift from us on the day. 

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