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Pathogenic autoantibodies in neurological diseases: balancing family and opportunities over 40(+) years

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This term’s first MedSoc will be given by Professor Angela Vincent from the University of Oxford.

Angela Vincent qualified as a doctor but after practicing for one year she obtained an MSc in Biochemistry at University College London. Since 1972 she has worked on antibodies in neurological diseases, first in London and then at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine in Oxford. From 1998 she has led the Neuroimmunology Group and established a national and international referral centre for the diagnosis of immune-mediated neurological diseases, and researched into antibody-mediated neurological diseases. She was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of London in 2011. She was formerly Head of the Department of Clinical Neurology at Oxford, and has been a Past President of the International Society of Neuroimmunology, and an Associate Editor of Brain. She has four children and three grandchildren.

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