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HCP Neurology


In this section, you will learn about UCB’s activities in the field of neurology.

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Once logged in you will be able to view the recordings of some of UCB's webinars and find information about UCB’s presence at congresses.


  • 18th Annual International Clinical Symposium, Kempenhaeghe, 10-11 March 2016
  • International Epilepsy Congress, Istanbul, 5-9 September, 2015
  • European Academy of Neurology, Berlin, 20-23 June 2015
  • UCB Patient Experience Workshop, Paris, 26-27 June 2015.



  • "When and how to start adjunctive therapy; learning from clinical trials and real world data" presented by
    Dr Stephan Arnold.
  • "Planning for a family: concerns and questions from a person living with epilepsy" by Ms Jasmine Smith and Prof. Torbjörn Tomson.
  • "Management of epilepsy in patients with brain tumors" presented by Dr Maschio and Dr Salmaggi.
  • "Assessment of cognition in epilepsy therapy" presented by Prof. Dr Christoph Helmstaedter.
  • “Therapy of patients with epilepsy and intellectual disabilities” presented by Dr Thomas Mayer.
  • “Early combination therapy” presented by Dr Vicente Villanueva.

Movement disorders

  • "Latest findings on therapeutic effectiveness in the management of Parkinson’s disease: why a patient companion model impacts therapeutic outcomes" moderated by Dr Thomas Kleinoeder.
  • "Benefits of early treatment initiation in Parkinson’s Disease" presented by Dr Javier Pagonabarraga.
  • "Continuous dopaminergic therapy: implications of non-oral therapy" presented by Prof. K. Ray Chaudhuri.
  • “Assessment and treatment of gastrointestinal dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease” presented by
    Dr Tobias Warnecke
  • "Practical reflections on the actual treatment of Parkinson's disease" presented by Prof. Fabrizio Stocchi.


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