The Edinburgh Parkinson’s Lecture 2017

The 2017 Edinburgh Parkinson’s Lecture, entitled:

The quest to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease

Mentored by a Madman: The William Burroughs experiment

will be given at the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, at 7.15 pm on 20th September, 2017, by Professor Andrew Lees MD FRCP, Director of the Sarah Koe PSP Research Centre at the Institute for Neurology, London, and Professor of Neurology at University College, London.

Admission to the lecture is free but by ticket only. The main lecture theatre seats a maximum of 300. There will be a live video relay of the lecture to a secondary room with entry by ticket only. Tickets for the video relay are also available through the registration page but do not give entry to the main lecture theatre.

Latest news: tickets for the lecture are fully allocated, for both the main lecture theatre and for the secondary room  (video relay). You can still add your name to the waiting list for tickets by going to the booking page. We hope to transmit a live web stream of the lecture which means that you can watch and listen to the lecture on-line. Please WATCH THIS PAGE for further details.

To register please click on the button below:

Related Event

Professor Lees is also speaking the following day as a contributor to a two-day professional meeting at the Royal College, entitled Parkinson’s Disease 200: Back to the Future Conference.
For further details see http://events.rcpe.ac.uk/events/507/parkinsons-disease-200-back-to-the-future-conference or contact

Anne Fairbairn,
Education Co-ordinator,
RCPE,
9 Queen Street,
Edinburgh EH2 1JQ.

Tel: + 44 (0)131 247 3649, FAX: + 44 (0)131 220 4393
email: a.fairbairn@rcpe.ac.uk