Date: Thursday 16 June 2016, 2 - 5pm
Location: Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA
Thomas Paine Study Centre lecture theatre, UEA
The Alzheimer’s Research UK public event will give an overview of dementia, its symptoms and challenges. We will have a mix of speakers from research, clinical and artistic backgrounds who are currently working in dementia. There will be opportunities for questions to experts in the field as well as socialising with other attendees. There will also be an opportunity for people to find out how to take part in any upcoming dementia studies at UEA.
2 - 2.30pm - Arrival and registration
2.30 - 3.40pm - Welcome, presentations and Q&A
3.40 - 4pm - Refreshments
4 - 5pm - Presentations and Q&A
Dr Laura Phipps (Alzheimer's Research UK), Prof Michael Hornberger (UEA), Emily Fisher (Norwich University of the Arts), Prof Eneida Mioshi (UEA), Dr Claire Lussignea (Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust), Dr George Savva (UEA).
Parking will be free of charge - please take a token on entering the car park, which will be validated by event staff.
Free to attend and open to all, but booking essential. Please book your free place by contacting Amanda Wheeler by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01603 593540. Guests are welcome to come for all or part of the event.