Neuroinflammation 2023 – Neurolupus and beyond: 7th to 8th November 2023
Neuroinflammation 2023: Neurolupus and beyond
Royal College of Physicians, 11 Queen Street, EDINBURGH EH2 1JQ
Neuroinflammation 2023 is a two day meeting for clinicians, clinician-scientists and scientists working in the field of immunological disease, with a focus on rare and neglected neuroinflammatory disorders.
This year there will be a particular focus on neurological disease in lupus and systemic immune disorders. There will be a mixture of clinical and research talks, panel discussions and educational cases. The meeting will be particularly suited to trainees in neurology and internal medicine specialties, as well as scientists in this field.
The event is taking place in the historic city of Edinburgh, capital of Scotland and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The venue is the magnificent Royal College of Physicians set in the centre of Edinburgh.
Programme development by Professor David Hunt, Wellcome Senior Clinical Fellow and Head of Neuroinflammatory Medicine, University of Edinburgh. The Neuroinflammation 2023 meeting is supported by the Medical Research Foundation.
- Neurolupus and vasculitis
- Antibody-mediated CNS disease
- Monogenic neuroinflammatory disorders
- Neurosarcoidosis and neurohistiocytosis
- Neuroinflammatory disorders in children
- PML and neurological consequences of immunosuppression
We aim to have a diverse programme, led by a range of clinical and academic speakers, mixed with plenty of opportunity for networking.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Dr Neil Basu – University of Glasgow
- Dr Irene Cortese – National Institutes of Health, USA
- Professor Yanick Crow – University of Edinburgh
- Professor Eli Diamond – Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, New York
- Dr Yael Hacohen – Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
- Dr Lahiru Handunnetthi – University of Oxford
- Dr Desmond Kidd – Queen Mary University of London
- Professor Helen Lachmann – University College London
- Professor Jonathan Miner – University of Pennsylvania
- Professor Edward Vital – University of Leeds
- Dr Patrick Waters – University of Oxford
- Professor Anna Williams – University of Edinburgh
- Dr Michael Zandi – University College London
Abstracts are invited from delegates, and early-career researchers, and healthcare professionals in training, for single and poster presentations in all areas of neuroinflammation. Abstracts should include Authors, Affiliations, and up to 250 words. Abstracts may include case reports with educational interest.
Closing date for abstract submission: Sunday 1st October 2023 (18:00 BST)
Abstract should be submitted via the ePay site at the same time as registration.
- In-person delegate £50.00
- Early-career researchers and healthcare professionals in training who are submitting an abstract: registration fee will be waived.
There will be a limited number of delegates and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, with priority to those submitting abstracts.Registration
- medical research
- neurological disease
- University of Edinburgh