Epilepsy Research Explained: 3rd Public Seminar on the latest developments in epilepsy research

Mon, 11 Feb 2019
18:00 - 20:30

Free evening seminar
For people with epilepsy, their families & carers

Monday, February 11th, International Epilepsy Day
6.00pm – 8.30pm

O’Flanagan Theatre, RCSI, St Stephens Green, Dublin 2
(entrance via York St)

Light refreshments served from 6.00pm – 6.30pm
Event begins at 6.30pm
*If you have Mobilityissues/wheelchair user, please let us know in advance

To mark International Epilepsy Day on February 11th, Epilepsy Ireland and FutureNeuro, the world-leading SFI Research Centre based at the Royal College of Surgeons are organising the 3rd Public Information evening to highlight the latest developments in epilepsy research in Ireland and internationally.

Join us on February 11th for the latest updates – in plain English - on some of the most important areas of epilepsy research and where research is headed.

Medicinal cannabis: Impact, evidence and future research needs
Dr Thomas Hill, FutureNeuro
Yvonne Cahalane, Epilepsy Awareness advocate
Dr Peter Widdess-Walsh, Consultant Neurologist, Beaumont Hospital
Plus: Questions & Answers session

FutureNeuro: The changing face of epilepsy research
Prof. Gianpiero Cavalleri, FutureNeuro
Dr Cristina Ruedell Reschke, FutureNeuro

How fundamental neuroscience is improving epilepsy treatments
Prof. Mark Cunningham, Professor of Neurophysiology of Epilepsy,Trinity College Dublin

Map of RCSI from York St entrance

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O'Flanagan Theatre, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

123 Saint Stephen's Green (use York St. entrance), Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

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