TRiCC 2019 Annual Lecture – Professor Neil Marlow –
Date: 4th December 2019
Venue: Tercentenary Hall, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute
The paediatrician and expert in neuroscience and child development, Professor Neil Marlow will deliver the 2019 TRiCC Annual Lecture. The lecture will be welcomed by Eleanor Molloy, Professor of Paediatrics, and Director of TRiCC. The lecture will be followed by a networking reception. All are welcome!
Professor Neil Marlow
Biography: Neil Marlow is Professor of Neonatal Medicine at University College London and current Chair of the NHS England Neonatal Critical Care Clinical Reference Group. He is the Chair of the ongoing NHS England Neonatal Transformation Review.
He took up his appointment at UCL following 11 years as Professor of Neonatal Medicine at Nottingham and 7 years as Senior Lecturer in Bristol. He is an Honorary Consultant in the University College Hospital Neonatal Service. Neil provided neonatal advice to the DH Working Groups that reported on Neonatal Services in 2002 and to the Toolkit for Quality Neonatal Services published in 2008.
His major academic interests have been in long-term outcomes following prematurity and he is the Director of the MRC-funded EPICure studies (www.epicure.ac.uk). He runs a series of local studies into brain and cognitive development following very preterm birth, communication about extremely preterm birth and is a co-investigator on a range of mainly UK based cohort and randomised studies.