WFN Inspiring people in Neurosciences

Following the success of Neuroinfection series 1 and 2 , the Tropical and Geographical Neurology Specialty Group of WFN in collaboration with the Indian Academy of Neurology, organised a new series " Inspiring people in Neurosciences" streamed live on YouTube on the first Saturdays of the month (6 March - 3 July 2021).  The series continues in 2022.

Prof. David Molyneux

By Prof. Raad Shakir


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Prof. David Molyneux
  • Emeritus Professor in The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, and Director (1991-2000),  and Emeritus Professor of the University of Liverpool.
  • Honoured in the 2020 New Years Honours list with the Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) for "services to controlling neglected Tropical diseases".
  • Professor of Biology, Chairman of the Department of Biological Sciences and Dean of Science at the University of Salford where he was a member of Faculty from 1977-91.
  • Professor Molyneux graduated (MA, PhD) from Cambridge University in parasitology before embarking on a career in medical parasitology and entomology.


Prof. C. Miller Fisher

By Prof. Louis Caplan


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Prof. C. Miller Fisher

Charles Miller Fisher, MD (1913-2012) established the relationship of carotid disease to ischemic stroke, characterised the clinical and pathological feature of lacunar syndromes, and proved that atrial fibrillation can cause stroke in the absence of cardiac valvular disease.

Lou Caplan is one of Miller Fisher's most distinguished pupils and colleagues.



Prof. David Marsden View on YouTube ⧉
John Newsom-Davis CBE View on YouTube ⧉
Prof. Raymond Adams View on YouTube ⧉
Prof. Noshir Wadia View on YouTube ⧉
Prof. James Lance CBE View on Youtube ⧉
Prof. Theodore Munsat View on YouTube ⧉
Prof. Michel Dumas View on YouTube ⧉



Upcoming Webinars

  • Prof. David Zee - Saturday 10th September 2022


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