Alastair Noyce to chair opening session of the first Think Brain Health conference
Dr Alastair Noyce of the Wolfson Institute’s Preventive Neurology Unit will chair the opening session of the first Think Brain Health conference, to be held online on 24 and 25 November 2020.
Think Brain Health is an initiative run by an international multidisciplinary group of experts, and is endorsed by key organizations from across Europe. Session 1 will address health promotion and clinical risk management, and session 2, chaired by Professor Philip Scheltens of the Alzheimer Center, Amsterdam, will consider research needs. Healthcare and public health professionals, researchers, policymakers, and patient advocates with an interest in good brain health and prevention of brain disease are invited to attend. Click here to register for this free conference.