24th March 2018

10am - 5pm

The National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition 2018

University Hospital Southampton

For generic information on the NUNC including what it involves, see our undergraduate homepage here.


Click the image below to see the 2018 competition timetable

Tickets for the Competition cost £25!

There is a £30 refundable deposit.

 

Travel Bursaries

Students who are travelling a long distance to the NUNC 2018 may be eligible for a travel bursary. These bursaries are awarded on the basis of cost of travel and exceptional hardship.

Usually, students travelling to Southampton from Bristol, London, Oxford or anywhere closer will not be eligible. 

To be eligible to apply for a travel bursary, you must sign up before 10th February 2018. You will find out the outcome of your application by the end of February.

If you have any questions about this, please get in touch as natneurocomp@gmail.com

Talks

Our guestspeakers this year are;

Twelve years of exploring the neurobiology and treatment of generalised anxiety disorder

Professor David Baldwin

Professor of Psychiatry, University of Southampton

Professor Baldwin leads a group that aims to improve clinical outcomes in patients with mood and anxiety disorders. This involves investigating the role of neurobiological and psychological factors in causing and maintaining illness; through improving trial design when evaluating efficacy and tolerability of treatment interventions; by assessing the effectiveness and acceptability of treatment interventions in wider clinical practice; through identifying more accurately those patient groups at particular risk of poor outcomes; and by offering a specialist clinical service to patients with chronic and treatment-resistant conditions. 

Water Stories: The Evolution of Knowledge around Cerebrospinal Fluid and Hydrocephalus

Mr. Vassilios Tsitouras

Consultant Neurosurgeon, Wessex Neurological Centre

Mr Vassilios Tsitouras completed his undergraduate education at Aristotle's University of Thessaloniki. He then completed his neurosurgical training at the Hippocration Hospital and Mitera Hospital, Greece, under Mr Spyros Sgoursos. He has also completed paediatric fellowships in both Alderhey Children's Hospital in Liverpool and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Since then, he has worked as a consultant paediatric neurosurgeon in the UK, in both Manchester and Southampton. Due to his academic interests in CSF hydrodynamics, he has contributed to the International Society for Paediatric Neurosurgery's "Guide to Neurosurgery".

Refunds

Refunds can be offered until 31/12/2017. However, beyond this date, purchases in preparation for the NUNC 2018 will have begun and therefore refunds will not be possible. 

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