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- Mike Hanna and the CNMD Team run BUPA London 10,000 2015
- Professor Mary Reilly is elected first female President of the Association of British Neurologists
- 2015 UK Neuromuscular Translational Research Conference
- UCL rated top UK university by research strength in the REF2014
- UCL Institute of Neurology will launch a new Postgraduate Masters Programme starting September 2015
- The UK’s first dedicated inpatient centre for people with complex neuromuscular disorders has been officially opened by leading healthcare advocate Sir Robert Francis
Professor Mary Reilly is elected to be the first female President of the Association of British Neurologists in 83 years
24 March 2015
Professor Mary Reilly has been elected ABN President from 2017-2019 and is President elect from 2015-2017.
Professor Reilly has been a consultant Neurologist at Queen Square since 1998 and was promoted to Professor of Clinical Neurology at UCL in 2010. She is head of the Division of Clinical Neurology and Co-Director of the MRC Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases in the Department of Molecular Neurosciences at UCL Institute of Neurology. She is internationally recognised for her expertise in research and clinical practice related to peripheral nerve diseases.
The Association of British Neurologists (ABN) was established 83 years ago in 1932; Professor Reilly is the first ever female President. Professor Reilly originally came to Queen Square to undertake research with Professor Anita Harding in 1991.
"To become the first female president of the ABN is a tremendous achievement and I am delighted to congratulate Professor Mary Reilly on this success. Mary worked with Professor Anita Harding who undoubtedly blazed the trail for women in neurology and it is very fitting that one of Anita’s pupils has become the first female ABN President"
Professor Michael Hanna, Director of the UCL Institute of Neurology
UCL rated top UK university by research strength in the REF2014
UCL is the top-rated university in the UK for research strength in the new Research Excellence Framework 2014 published today, by a measure of average research score multiplied by staff numbers submitted. UCL researchers received a ‘grade point average’ of 3.22 (out of 4) and submitted over 2,500 staff to be assessed in REF2014, giving UCL an overall research power greater than both the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.
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UK's first complex neuromuscular complex care centre opens
9th September 2014
The UK’s first dedicated inpatient centre for people
with complex neuromuscular disorders has been officially opened by
leading healthcare advocate Sir Robert Francis at the National Hospital
for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN).