Nick Thomas

London Neurosurgery Partnership

I have been working as a consultant neurosurgeon at King’s College Hospital for 19 years specialising in skull base and pituitary surgery. I work with neurosurgical colleagues in a collaborative group, the London Neurosurgery Partnership. I have been President of the British Skull Base Society, am on the committee of the European Skull Base Society and regularly travel abroad to lecture and teach.

I have done voluntary work in Sri Lanka for 20 years.

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Endoscopic Endonasal Approaches to the Skull Base- further advances

Safe access to the skull base is achievable with endoscopic endonasal approaches, while allowing direct access to certain pathologies in a way that is not possible with more traditional open techniques.

These are complex operations requiring unique neurosurgical skills and an understanding of the anatomy from a novel direction. Surgical techniques, anatomy, image guidance, neuro-monitoring and educational tools will be discussed.

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    Xavier Golay, Ph.D.
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    Image-based biomarkers of disease progression in dementia: current and future prospects

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    Subarachnoid Haemorrhage: Revisiting the Bio-Psycho-Social Model

  • Professor Jon Marsden: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Professor Jon Marsden
    Plymouth University

    Contemporary Issues in cognitive rehabilitation

  • Dr Hugo Spiers: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Dr Hugo Spiers
    University College London

    Developing a mobile app help diagnose spatial navigation problems in early stage Alzheimer’s dementia

  • Professor Nick Alderman: Speaking at the European Neurological Convention

    Professor Nick Alderman
    Priory Healthcare and Partnerships in Care

    Rehabilitation of severe neurobehavioural disability after acquired brain injury