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Future-proofing Healthcare: NeuroSense - Thursday 2nd November FREE

Welcome to Future-proofing Healthcare: NeuroSensea non-promotional evening, hosted by Roche, to explore the future of Neuroscience through the five senses. 

NeuroSense will address the link between stimulation of the senses and development of the brain, what happens when the brain is damaged and what the future looks like for healing the brain and managing neurological conditions.

Click here to REGISTER for FREE to book your place. 


We are pleased to announce our speakers and exhibitors. For full biographies please visit the speaker page on this website.

18:30 – 19:00: Dinner and refreshments whilst exploring the interactive exhibition 
View an array of fascinating cutting-edge technology, including: a VR experience that simulates some symptoms of MS, a mindfulness and mediation app called Headspace that helps sufferers of depression and anxiety, and the opportunity to see the watch designed to interrupt the feedback loop that causes tremors in Parkinson’s disease.

19:00 – 19:10: Welcome to NeuroSense
Dr. Marius Scholtz, Neuroscience Country Medical Lead, Roche

19:10 – 19:30: Making sense of the human brain: The internal workings of the brain and how this is affected in neurological conditions
Dr. Hannah Critchlow, Neuroscientist and Science Communicator

19:30 - 19:50: How do you feel? The development of our sense of touch and the implications for some neurological conditions
Professor Francis McGlone, Neuroscience Expert

19:50 - 20:10: The fight to write my name: An inspiring story of everyday life with Parkinson’s disease and the implications of the rise of technology in the treatment and management of neurological conditions
Emma Lawton, neuroscience influencer, creative director and Parkinson’s disease patient


20:10 - 20:30: Exhibition and refreshments

20:30 – 20:50: Getting in touch with the brain: How getting access to the brain has changed the way we can treat it
Professor Steven Gill, Neurosurgeon

20:50 – 21:10: Looking at things differently: How different perspectives can solve some of our biggest neuroscience challenges

Professor Annette Dolphin, Professor of Pharmacological Neuroscience and President-Elect of the British Neuroscience Association

21:10 - 21:45: Session close, exhibition and refreshments 

Feel free to share your thoughts on the night using #FutureProof




  • When

  • Thursday, November 2, 2017
    18:30 - 22:00
    GMT Time


  • Where

  • Studio Spaces
    Unit 2
    110 Pennington St
    St Katharine' & Wapping
    London E1W 2BB

Posted on 31/10/2017

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