Parkinson's disease focus of Abbie Lecture

Wednesday, 8 October 2003

Associate Professor in Medicine at the University of Adelaide, Dr James Temlett, will give the Abbie Memorial Lecture tonight (Wednesday).

Dr Temlett's lecture is entitled Advances in Parkinson's disease: molecular mysteries of the brain.

The Abbie Memorial Lecture is one of the most prestigious medical lectures at the University of Adelaide. It is named after Professor Andrew Abbie, who held the positions of Elder Chair of Anatomy, and Associate Dean and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Adelaide in the 1940s and 1950s.

Dr Temlett has studied and worked in South Africa, England and Australia. He qualified in Medicine in South Africa, and has studied Parkinson's disease in London and the University of Oxford.

  • WHAT: The Abbie Memorial Lecture, entitled Advances in Parkinson's disease: molecular mysteries of the brain;
  • WHO: Dr James Temlett, Associate Professor in Medicine at the University of Adelaide;
  • WHEN: Tonight (Wednesday, October 8) at 6pm.
  • WHERE: Florey Lecture Theatre, University of Adelaide Medical School, Frome Road.

Media, and the public, are welcome to attend.

 

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