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Interdisciplinary Research Excellence

MRW11: Perivascular Drainage and the Origins of Neuro-Opthalmological Disease Event

Time:
09:30 - 16:30
Date:
3 February 2011
Venue:
TBC

Event details

The interdisciplinary focus group called POND that is based within the University of Southampton are holding a workshop, aimed at designing an action plan to clarify the mechanism behind the perivascular drainage of the brain and its failure in neuroophtalmologic disease. This mechanism was discovered in Southampton and is now accepted internationally as key in the pathology of Alzheimer's Disease. This event brings together clinicians, biologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, physiologists and chemists. Participants are: George Attard, Rox Carare, Geraldine Clough, Costa Corbari, Maureen Gatherer, Cheryl Hawkes, James Nicoll, Georges Limbert, Andrew Lotery, Tony Postle, Tina Roose, Matthew Sharp, Neil Smyth, Ali Tavassoli, Heather Thomson, Roy Weller.

P.O.N.D. - A Mechanism Discovered in Southampton

The interdisciplinary focus group called POND that is based within the University of Southampton are holding a workshop, aimed at designing an action plan to clarify the mechanism behind the perivascular drainage of the brain and its failure in neuroophtalmologic disease. This mechanism was discovered in Southampton and is now accepted internationally as key in the pathology of Alzheimer's Disease. This event brings together clinicians, biologists, mathematicians, computer scientists, physiologists and chemists. Participants are: George Attard, Rox Carare, Geraldine Clough, Costa Corbari, Maureen Gatherer, Cheryl Hawkes, James Nicoll, Georges Limbert, Andrew Lotery, Tony Postle, Tina Roose, Matthew Sharp, Neil Smyth, Ali Tavassoli, Heather Thomson, Roy Weller.

This event is fully booked, but to get involved with our group, please contact Dr Rox Carare at rcn@southampton.ac.uk

Also see: Clinical Neurosciences at Southampton

This event is part of Multidisciplinary Research Week which is happening here at the University of Southampton from Monday, January 31 to Friday, February 4, 2011.

The programme brochure can be downloaded here: BROCHURE AS PDF

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