The making, keeping & losing of memory
4pm – 6:30pm (doors open from 3:30pm)
This year our Christmas lecture will be delivered by Prof Richard Morris, co-winner of the 2016 Brain Prize – considered the “Nobel Prize’” for neuroscience - based on his pioneering research into how memory works. During the lecture Richard will explore how memories are shaped, formed and lost, the importance for dementia and what we can do about it.
The Alzheimer Scotland annual Christmas lecture will be delivered in the stunning settings of The Hub, in Edinburgh. The lecture lasts 50 minute and is followed by 20 minutes of questions and answers. After the lecture you will have the opportunity to network with colleagues, whilst enjoying festive nibbles, drinks and musical entertainment.
We have 10 exhibition sponsorship opportunities available (priced at £150) at our annual Christmas lecture.
Sign up today and you and your organisation can benefit from the following:
- Two complimentary tickets to the event
- A location to host a display stand and pop-up banner
- You will be supporting a person with dementia and their carer to attend the event. This will be acknowledged in the closing remarks at the event.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org by 4 November 2016 to confirm. All exhibition spaces are offered on a first-come-first-served basis.