The Vestibular System: from laboratory to clinic

Locations
Lecture Theatre 1 - School of Sport and Exercise Sciences - University of Birmingham
Category
Life and Environmental Sciences
Date(s)
Friday 19th July 2013 (08:45-17:30)
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Description

The Vestibular System: from laboratory to clinicA one-day symposium covering all aspects of vestibular science from basic laboratory work to clinical applications.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Mayank Dutia (University of Edinburgh)
    Animal models of vestibular compensation
     
  • Brian Day (Institute of Neurology, UCL)
    Applying galvanic vestibular stimulation to neurological patients
     
  • Stefan Glasauer (University of Munich)
    Why downbeat nystagmus is not a vestibular disorder
     
  • Richard Fitzpatrick (Neuroscience Research Australia)
    Vestibular mechanisms of balance
     
  • Adolfo Bronstein (Imperial College London)
    Visual vertigo and balance
     
  • Richard Irving (QE Hospital, Birmingham)
    Surgical management of canal pathology

Attendance is free, but spaces are limited. Please contact Raymond Reynolds to book a place (r.f.reynolds@bham.ac.uk).

Download the provisional symposium programme here