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Nicki Cohen. Monday, 24 July 2006
Ah, Wye. This year we were treated to a further instalment of all things Neuropathological in the splendid Kent sunshine. A three-day course of excellent speakers, sandwiched by two symposia, one aimed at and one organised by trainees.
A wonderful opportunity to speak to trainees, consultants and scientists from the UK and further afield, together with inspiring presentations on a wide range of themes, including Dementias, the Pituitary gland and Regeneration.
The meeting was well attended by trainees, with eleven of approximately fourteen UK trainees staying from Prof Revesz's seminar on the amyloid angiopathies to a thought provoking afternoon session on the Peripheral Nerve. Evenings provided great opportunities to plan the future direction of the BNS trainees group and catch up with ex-trainees who have climbed the hurdle that is MRCPath part II.
We would like to convey our thanks to the organisers, particularly Drs Steve Gentleman and Lynne Christian for organising what was a great meeting.