TSC Ireland – Annual Meeting 2018

Venue: The Grand Hotel Malahide, Grove Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin

Date: Saturday, May 12th 2018.

Time: 10:00 to 13:00.

Guest Speakers:

Professor Andrew Tee, Senior Lecturer and Clinical Geneticist, University of Cardiff, Wales.
Professor Tee is an international expert in cellular biology and genetics. He played a central role in identifying the key cellular pathways responsible for the development of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. His research led to successful clinical trials using mTOR inhibitors to treat patients with TSC. Professor Tee will deliver a lecture on the current therapeutic developments for TSC.

Ms. Patricia Byrne is the Principal Clinical Psychologist at The Psychological Medicine Service at St.James’s Hospital, Dublin.
Ms. Patricia Byrne is the Principal Clinical Psychologist at The Psychological Medicine Service at St.James’s Hospital, Dublin. Ms. Byrne will discuss the challenge of parenting children with a long term health condition such as TSC, with specific emphasis on the dual themes of tolerating uncertainty and fostering resilience.

Mr. Adam Harris, Founder AsIAm
Mr. Adam Harris is the Founder of AsIAm, a Charitable organization which provides a unique platform for people affected by Autism in Ireland. Mr.Harris will lecture on the practical aspects of living with Autism for individuals affected by TSC.

TSC Ireland welcomes families, friends, teachers, special needs assistants and health care professionnals to our Meeting. We look forward to seeing you at The Grand Hotel, Malahie, Co.Dublin.

Please Note: There is an International Cricket Match and a National Sailing Event scheduled for Malahide on the 12th of May 2018, the day of our Meeting. Malahide Village will be extremely busy so consider taking the DART to avoid the traffic!!. Our venue can accommodate a maximum of 60 delegates. TSC Ireland. Give Everything but Up!

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