We are excited to invite you to this meeting for a unique opportunity to explore the fascinating evolution of cardiac surgery and brain function over the past three centuries.
During this session, you will gain a deeper understanding of the scientific and clinical methods that have led to the significant advances in heart surgery, and how these advances have improved patient outcomes. In addition, you will learn about the principles that govern the structure and function of the brain, and how they have adapted to change.
We are excited to feature an engaging presidential address from Dr Christopher Gardner-Thorpe, President of the History of Medicine Society at the Royal Society of Medicine, who will offer a fresh perspective on an old idea of the brain. You'll also hear from Professor Stuart Jamieson, a renowned Cardiac Surgeon from the University of California San Diego, as he takes us on a journey through the history of heart surgery.
Participants will be able to:
- Understand in more detail the scientific and clinical methods that have led to the significant advances in heart surgery
- Understand the hierarchy of structure and function in the brain and its application to the everyday function
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