• 27th November 2019

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  • 28th November 2019

A 2-day course for clinical geneticists, neurologists and radiologists on the role of neuroimaging in the diagnosis of genetic disorders covering presentations across the age spectrum. Expert speakers will cover a broad range of topics, e.g. cortical and posterior fossa malformations, white matter disorders, calcification and iron accumulation, foetal imaging among others. The main focus will be on clues on MRI brain that help clinicians in diagnosing genetic disorders.

Plenty of interactive opportunities for delegates in the form of app-based quizzes!

Suitable for paediatric or adult neurologists/radiologists or geneticists. The provisional programme is available at https://www.nuh.nhs.uk/clinical-genetics under the upcoming events tab.

Registration available for only 70 delegates (first come, first-served) due to the size of the venue.

CPD approval from Royal College of Physicians has been requested.

Registration fee includes attendance for a 2-day course, lunch and tea/coffee on both days and course dinner on 27th November 2019.

Contact: bridgecourse@nuh.nhs.uk for any queries

This event will be followed by neurogenetics club meeting on 29 November 2019 at the same venue, which is free to attend.