SCOBIC Agenda

 

Scottish Cognitive Outcomes from Brain Injury Consortium (SCOBIC)

Launch Meeting, 17th January 2017

Ground Floor Seminar Room, Laboratory Medicine Building,

Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow G51 4TF

0930    Coffee/tea and registration

1000    Welcome: Dr Willie Stewart/ Prof Craig Ritchie/ Alzheimer Scotland

1015    Session 1: Brain injury and neurodegeneration: current understanding,

            Prof Craig Ritchie, Edinburgh

1015-1030 Carer perspective, Mrs Lynne Stevenson

1030-1055 Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Dr Willie Stewart, Glasgow

1055-1120 TBI and late outcomes, including dementia, Prof Alan Carson, Edinburgh

1120-1145 Lifestyle risk factors for dementia, Dr Graciela Muniz Tererra, Edinburgh

1145-1200 Discussion + identify key research questions

1200 Lunch

1300    Session 2: Lifelong outcomes of participation in sport,

Dr Willie Stewart, Glasgow

1300-1325 Physical activity and association w physical and cognitive health, Dr Carlos Celis,

Glasgow

1325-1345 The FIELD study, Miss Emma Russell, Glasgow

1345-1405 The BRAIN study, Prof Damien McElvenny, Edinburgh

1405-1425 PREVENT, Dr Vanessa Raymont, Edinburgh/Oxford

1425-1440 Discussion + identify key research questions

1445 Coffee/tea

1500    Session 3: Junior researchers’ ongoing projects,

Dr Josie Fullerton, Glasgow

1500-1610 7-minute talks, 3 minute questions

1610 – 1620 Discussion + identify key research questions

1620-1630 Summary and close WS/CR