Made possible by an unrestricted educational grant from Arvelle Therapeutics
Welcome to the registration page for the ILAE British Branch evening webinar series. We plan to hold a series of 10 lectures starting on the 5th of March. These lectures with take place at 5:30pm every two weeks.
You will only need to register once to gain access to all 10 the lectures. Webinars are only available to members of the ILAE British Branch. Those without fully paid up membership, will be asked to renew membership to join the meeting. You will receive an email with instructions on how to join after you register and your membership status has been verified.
The webinar room will open 15 minutes prior to the advertised start time. Participants will be able to type in questions during the webinar to be discussed at the end of the the presentation.
Recordings of each of the webinars will be available for registrants shortly after.
You will only need to register once in order to be registered for the entire webinar series. You can register at any time during the duration of the webinar series. Reminders will be sent in advance of each webinar.
Registration is restricted to fully paid up members of the ILAE British Branch only. To join please contact email@example.com
|5th March||Professor Sam Lhatoo, McGovern Distinguished University Professor of Neurology.
Director, Texas Comprehensive Epilepsy Program
|SUDEP: the quest for biomarkers||Watch Again|
|19th March||Professor John Paul Leach, Professor of Clinical Neurology, Head of Undergraduate Medicine,
University of Glasgow Medical School
|Alcohol, drugs and epilepsy||Watch Again|
|9th April||Dr Aidan Neligan, Consultant Neurologist, Homerton University Hospital||Treatment of Status Epilepticus
what have we learnt?
|23rd April||In collaboration with Epilepsy Research UK
Professor Stephanie Schorge, Professor of Translational Research, School of Pharmacy, UCL
|Genetic Therapies in Epilepsy|
|7th May||Dr Rhys Thomas, Honorary Consultant in Epilepsy,
Newcastle Hospitals and Clinical Intermediate Fellow, Newcastle University
|Epilepsy 2025: using existing technology well|