The second UK Stroke Research Workshop, organised under the auspices of the
NIHR CRN Stroke Speciality, will be held on 11th and 12th September 2018 at Clare College, Cambridge . Please see the following link for a the finalised programme here.
The workshop promises to be a very exciting day and a half with some excellent
speakers. It will also provide a great opportunity for exchanging ideas between
experienced stroke specialists and other young researchers. It will be held in the
beautiful surrounding of Clare College, in the centre of Cambridge, with a conference
dinner on 11 September in the Old Hall. There is accommodation available on site.
There will be updates on latest stroke research including sessions on Stroke
Imaging, Acute Ischaemic Stroke & Reperfusion Injury, New Technologies in Stroke
Recovery, Heart & Brain, and Inflammation & Stroke, as well as sessions on
Research Mentorship and Career Development.
Registration is now open. Please see the following link for further details:
Registration for NIHR Stroke Research Workshop 2018
If you are attending the workshop and require parking close to the Clare College conferencing center, please see the following link to book a parking space:
Medical Student Bursary
Two fully funded bursaries (registration fees, accommodation and dinner as well as
£100 towards travel) are available for medical students. These are funded from the
Jane White Stroke Research fund.
To apply submit either:
1) an one page abstract of a research project in stroke you have carried out – you
should be prepared to present this orally or as a poster
2) an essay on the topic “How will stroke care have changed when I am a
consultant?”. (Maximum 5,000 words excluding references).
Further details and a programme are available here.
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com. Closing date is 30th
We encourage submission of abstracts on any aspects of stroke research. These will be reviewed by the steering committee and there will be spaces for both oral (junior researcher) presentations and posters.
Abstracts should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10th July 2018.
Further details available here.