UCL Institute of Neurology (D07)
The Institute of Neurology was established in 1950, merged with UCL in 1997, and is a key component of the Faculty of Brain Sciences at UCL. The Institute has eight academic Departments, which encompass clinical and basic research within each theme. In parallel, there are currently six Divisions representing professional affiliations.
FOR ALL QUERIES PLEASE USE THE CONTACT TABS FOUND IN EACH OF THE INDIVIDUAL COURSES/CONFERENCES AND PRODUCTS, PLEASE ONLY CONTACT THE ONLINE STORE DIRECTLY IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING PAYMENT DIFFICULTIES.
UCL Institute of Neurology (D07)
The course is designed for Consultants and senior trainees in neurology and other neuroscience specialties, from the UK, Europe and worldwide, and aims to provide a practical update on the hospital management of neurological diseases.
It is a pleasure to announce the 2022 programme for this annual course, a highlight of the British Neurology calendar. The course is designed for Consultants and senior trainees in neurology and other neuroscience specialties, from the UK, Europe and worldwide, and aims to provide a practical update on the hospital management of neurological diseases. The focus of the course is on everyday neurological practice which will include lectures and a CPC. The course will be didactic, but also entertaining and informative.
12 CPD points applied for with the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians for the main course
Thank you for your booking. We look forward to welcoming you on this course on the 24th March 2022. The course will be delivered online (and the majority of talks will be recorded), and more details around the platform and how to join will be sent nearer the time. Please visit https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ion/neurology-2022-leading-edge-neurology-practising-clinician for more information on the course.
The Institute of Neurology offers a limited number of undergraduate Elective placements, to final year medical students from the UK and abroad, which are booking at least 18 months in advance. These placements are not strictly structured - it is advisable to be as pro-active as possible. It is up to the individual student to choose the activities they wish to attend, within their assigned clinical group/formal teaching programme, which would most benefit them during their placement.
We are pleased to announce that the course will be held in 2022 in person at the UCL Queen Square institute of Neurology, as an exciting UCL/University of Gothenburg (UGot) collaboration. Aimed at PhD level and beyond, this detailed and comprehensive 4 day course will feature leading names in biomarker research including Profs. William Jagust (University of California Berkeley), John Hardy (UCL), Henrik Zetterberg (UCL/UGot), Kaj Blennow (UGot), Tammaryn Lashley (UCL) and Nick Fox (UCL) and Jeffrey Cummings (UCLV). We look forward to welcoming delegates from around the world for this unique educational and networking opportunity.
This half day course is designed for clinicians preparing for the speciality certificate exit exam, and is delivered by Neurologists working at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. A specially prepared book of revision notes and sample questions will be given to all delegates - invaluable tips for those preparing for the Speciality Certificate Exam.
Thank you for your booking. We look forward to welcoming you on this course on the 23rd March 2022. The course will be delivered online, and more details around the platform and how to join will be sent nearer the time. Please visit https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ion/neurology-2022-leading-edge-neurology-practising-clinician for more information on the course.
This renowned Neuroradiology & Functional Neuroanatomy course is running its 20th year in 2022.
This four-day course, organised by Prof Tarek Yousry (UCL Institute of Neurology & National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery), Prof Christopher Yeo (University College of London) and Prof Thomas Naidich (Mount Sinai New York), will consist of Lectures, Anatomy and PACS Workshops.
This course will correlate gross anatomy with neuroimaging and functional MRI to illustrate normal neurological function, the alterations that attend disease, and the bases for the clinical features seen in patients.