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Medicine for members lecture: ‘Which funny turn is a seizure, and what can we do?’

08 November 2017
by Dr Andy Michell and Dr Tim Ham, Neurophysiology

Date:     Wednesday 08 November 2017

Venue:   The Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre, S Block, Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Time:     18:30 - 19:30 

Entry free of charge

To reserve your place or for further information contact the NHS Foundation Trust Membership Office:

Tel: 01223 256256

Email: foundation.trust@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Dr Andy Michell

Dr Michell has been a consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology at Addenbrooke’s since 2009, having originally trained here in Cambridge in the last millennium. His work is concerned with diagnosis of diseases affecting the brain and nerves in all age groups, from premature babies upwards. Part of his work involves ‘EEG video-telemetry’, where brain wave recordings are correlated to video of seizures, or other attacks, in order to help determine the correct diagnosis and best treatment. Dr Michell maintains a keen interest in research, with several on-going collaborations looking at, for example, neonatal seizures, tremor disorders and multiple sclerosis.

Dr Tim Ham

Dr Ham is a specialty registrar in Neurology working at Addenbrooke’s hospital. He trained at UCL before completing a PhD at Imperial and post-doctoral research in functional neuroimaging at Cambridge. His main areas of interest are the management of brain tumours, epilepsy, and the clinical application of functional magnetic resonance imaging.

 

 

 

To reserve your place or for further information contact the NHS Foundation Trust Membership Office:

Tel: 01223 256256

Email: foundation.trust@addenbrookes.nhs.uk