Fifth London Stroke Forum – Coming this October!

We are proud to present a time, date and venue for our Fifth London Stroke Forum! Please sign up here for the event.

Our speaker is Professor Peter Langhorne from the University of Glasgow, a leading researcher in the field of stroke research. We are quite honoured to have him speak and look forward to his presentation on Wednesday, 7th October, 2015 from 4-5pm.

Professor Peter Langhorne
Professor Peter Langhorne
  • Event: Fifth London Stroke Forum
  • Speaker: Professor Peter Langhorne
  • Professor of Stroke Care from the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow
  • Title: “Unpacking the Stroke Unit Effect”
  • Time: 7th Oct, 4-5pm, Wednesday
  • Venue: King’s College London, Guy’s Campus, Henrietta Raphael Function Room

Click here for a map of Guy’s campus.

Speaker Bio:
Principle clinical and research interests– management of stroke, developed and led a number of randomised trials and meta-analyses of stroke rehabilitation interventions.

Current research interests – evaluation of stroke recovery strategies including rehabilitation and general care.

UK Distinctions – co-ordinating editor of the Cochrane Stroke Group, the current President of the British Association of Stroke Physicians (2011-2013), and previous clinical lead of The Scottish Stroke Research Network.

Worldwide Distinctions – UK chief investigator for the AVERT and INTERSTROKE international studies and is working with international colleagues to promote affordable stroke unit care in low and middle income countries (LMICs).

Source: http://www.gla.ac.uk/researchinstitutes/icams/staff/peterlanghorne/

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