Dr Una Clancy awarded Best Rapid Oral Communication for Cognition & Pathophysiology at the recent ESO Conference
We are delighted to hear Dr Una Clancy was awarded Best Rapid Oral Communication for Cognition & Pathophysiology at the recent ESO Conference.
Dr Una Clancy, Clinical Research Fellow in cerebral small vessel diseases (SVD), presented Lothian Birth Cohort 1936 results in oral & poster format at the recent virtual European Stroke Organisation Conference which took place at the beginning of September.
The presentation, “White matter hyperintensity progression & neuropsychiatric symptom course in older adults in the Lothian Birth Cohort 1936”, won the Best Rapid Oral Communication Award at the Cognition & Pathophysiology section of the conference.
This may help the team to predict which individuals are most likely to develop brain changes over time.
We asked Una how she felt regarding receiving this award.
I'm delighted to receive this award which would not have happened without the fantastic Lothian Birth Cohorts team & support of my brilliant supervisors Professor Joanna Wardlaw & Dr Fergus Doubal.
- Dr Una Clancy
- Professor Joanna Wardlaw
- Dr Fergus Doubal
- European Stroke Organisation (ESO)
- European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC)
- Brain & nervous system
- Small vessel disease (SVD)
- Lothian Birth Cohort 1936
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