Wednesday, 18 September 2013

ECTRIMS Question Time

The Question time panel has now been formed and we are hoping for a Live Webfeed Feed with Twitter.

If you are a Neuro/Scientist/Pharma Rep come join us in 2 October 2013, Hall C and show us your tweeting skills, so sign up before the big day. 

If you can't make it.....join us for For Question Time Live 13.00-14.00, Central European Time, Denmark (Web feed details to follow).
                                                    

The Next Member of our Illustrious Panel is Julie Stachowiak

Dr Julie Stachowiak, USA is an epidemiologist, blogger and writer

Julie has a PhD and Masters in public Health, another in International Affairs and a degree in Fine Arts and graphic design. She is the award winning author of the MS Manifesto (available from all good bookshops). 

She has been called the "Best MS writer on the web".......
Odd I thought I was :-).

Will she be contentious and put those Neuros on the Spot?

So far we have ProfG, Brenda Branwell, Dawn Langdon and Julie Stachowiak (Search on Question Time  for more details)

Come back next week when the Final Panelist will be Announced

Send Questions to BartsMSBlog(at)gmail.com
Please note email addresses will not be disclosed or associated with a question. 

or 

You can post questions Anonymously (or with names) below. 
These will be removed and posted to BartsMS Blog on your behalf.

We will not Respond to Anything Posted Here. 
Likewise please refrain from commenting on any questions posed.

2 comments:

  1. Looking for a response.

    Comments moved to unrelated blogger comments

    Only want questions for Question Time here please

    ReplyDelete
  2. I want more information on MS 'burn out'. This refers to the concept of disease pathogenesis naturally plateauing after a period of time without any, or at least any further, DMT intervention. How common is this occurrence? Is it associated more with those that had RRMS or do those with PPMS also eventually plateau, too?

    ReplyDelete

Please note that all comments are moderated and any personal or marketing-related submissions will not be shown.