Queen Mary, University of London’s Neuroimmunology Group will be hosting their third annual Multiple Sclerosis Research Day on Saturday 28 January at the Church House Conference Centre, Westminster.
Researchers from the Blizard Institute’s Centre for Neuroscience and Trauma at Queen Mary and experts from The Royal London Hospital are holding the event specifically for people who are living with multiple sclerosis and their families.
Visitors can find out what current research is being undertaken and get lifestyle advice and information on new drug discoveries.
The informal open day is a fantastic opportunity to talk to the doctors, nurses and scientists involved in MS research and treatment.
Speakers will move between small groups of guests, encouraging interactivity and discussion in non-technical language. In another room, visitors can talk directly to a researcher, or just take a break and relax with a hot drink.
The 3rd MS Research DaySaturday 28 January 201210am-3pmLunch 12.30-1.30pm
Church House Conference CentreDean’s YardWestminsterLondon SW1P 3NZ
Entrance is via Great Smith Street.Nearest tube station is St James’s Park on the District Line.
If you would like to attend please RSVP to Maria Espasandin via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria EspasandinThe Royal London HospitalDepartment of Neurology4th Floor Holland WingWhitechapelLondonE1 1BB
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