Irish Neuroscience Conferences

Dublin Neuroscience Conference at Beaumont Hospital 2016


At Beaumont Hospital, a weekly Dublin Neuroscience Conference is hosted each Friday morning, with presentation of clinical cases. Each month a Guest Speaker is invited to deliver a lecture to the conference. While these guest lectures are usually scheduled to take place on the first Friday of each month, occasionally they may be organised on an alternate Friday to facilitate short visits by international speakers.

Time of Conference

Directions to Beaumont


Chairperson's Rota

Sponsor Acknowledgement


Time of Conference

The Neuroscience Conference usually commences at 09.00 . When there is a Guest Lecture, the meeting commences at 08.30, with the neuroscience conference following from 09.15 - 10.00

Directions to Beaumont Hospital, Dublin

For directions to Beaumont Hospital please click the link to follow Beaumont Hospital Directions The neuroscience conference generally takes place in the Richard Carmichael Lecture Theatre which is accessed though the main entrance to the hospital, turn to the left in the lobby area and left again for the entrance to the lecture theatre.

Guest Speaker Programme

                                                                   Dublin Neuroscience Conference 2016

Date / Time Venue Lecture Host Guest Lecturer Subject / Title of Lecture

January 8th  

08.30 - 09.10

Carmichael Lecture Theatre Professor Dan Healy


Dr. Barry Moynihan, Clinical Lead for Stroke, St. George's Hospital, London

'TIA and minor stroke, updated'
April 8th
08.30 - 09.10
Carmichael Lecture Theatre Dr. Francesca Brett and
Dr. Janice Redmond.


Dr. Joachim Weis, Head of the Reference Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases of the German Society of Neuropathology and Neuroanatomy, DGNN

“Peripheral Neuropathy – A Pathologist’s Perspective”
June 3rd
09.00 - 09.40
Carmichael Lecture Theatre Prof. Tim Lynch

Prof. Niall Quinn, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Neurology at UCL Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London.

“Multiple System Atrophy: the nature of the beast 27 years on”
June 10th
08.30 - 09.10
Carmichael Lecture Theatre Prof. Michael Hutchinson

Dr. Elena Moro, Professor of Neurology, Grenoble Alpes University
"Advances in DBS for Movement Disorders”
June 17th 08.30 - 09.10 Carmichael Lecture Theatre Prof. Michael Farrell

Dr. Niamh O'Sullivan, School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science University College Dublin

"Investigating the role of ER proteins in motor neuron degeneration"
July 22nd
08.45 - 09.25
Carmichael Lecture Theatre Prof. Michael Farrell

Prof Mark Burns, Associate Professor of Neuroscience, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington.

“Are genetic resilience and adaptive responses to repeat concussion a good thing?”

November 18th Carmichael Lecture Theatre Prof. Tim Lynch

Dr. Elan Louis, Chief, Division of Movement Disorders, Professor of Neurology and Epidemiology, Yale School of Medicine.

To view Dr. Louis' biography please click the link to follow Dr. Elan Louis bio

"Re-conceptualizing the Biology of Essential Tremor - Patho-mechanisms of One of the Most Common Neurodegenerative Diseases".
December 9th
Carmichael Lecture Theatre Prof. Michael Hutchinson

Prof. Emmanuel Roze, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Neurology at the Pierre et Marie Curie University in Paris / Consultant Neurologist and scientific researcher at the Brain and Spine Institute, Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris.

“Paroxysmal movement disorders/fluctuating movement disorders”.




















































Chairperson's Rota

To view the Chairperson Rota for the Dublin Neuroscience Conference 2016 please click the link to follow DNC Chairperson's Rota 2016

Sponsor Acknowledgement

The 2016 Dublin Neuroscience Conference is kindly sponsored by the following companies:

  • Clonmel Healthcare Limited
  • Genzyme therapeutics
  • Biogen Ireland
  • Novartis Ireland
  • Bayer Limited
  • Eisai
  • Allergan Limited
  • AbbVie Limited
  • Merck Ireland
  • Baxalta
  • Fannin Limited
  • Teva Pharmaceuticals

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