Neuropsychological assessment of Perioperative Cognitive disorders
  • Stonehouse Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, Plymouth University

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Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry are delighted to host Dr Lis Evered (Associate Professor) for this research seminar. 

Lis has a science background in clinical research and biostatistics. Her PhD investigated the short- and long-term cognitive and functional impact of surgery and anaesthesia, in particular considering progression to dementia in the long term. Lis oversees clinical research in the Department of Anaesthesia at St Vincent’s Hospital (Australia), and specifically manages the cognitive research team. Lis is Principal Investigator of a number of studies, including the NHMRC funded AHEAD study. 

Dr Lis Evered biography

  • NHMRC/ARC Dementia Research Fellow 
  • Principal Research Fellow, Melbourne Medical School, University of Melbourne
  • Chair, Perioperative Cognition Professional Interest Area, ISTAART Alzheimer’s Association (US) 
  • Scientific Head of Research, Department of Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine, St Vincent’s

All are welcome to this event. 

If you are interested in attending, please email Katie McManus ( 

This event is followed by the Women in Science lunchtime seminar (Room C1, Portland Square Building, 13:30-14:00) – all welcome to attend, please book your attendance for lunch (and any dietary requirements) with Katie McManus (

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