UCL Institute of Neurology


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The Performing Brain – A moving story? Friday 16th March

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IoN researchers will be taking part in an interactive evening of neuroscience, music and dance aimed at all ages, being held at the British Library on Friday 16th March

Are we hard wired to be rebellious?

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As reported in the Daily Mail:

"Scientists have discovered for the first time that being rebellious may be hard-wired in our brains."

Detecting stroke

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Listen to Dr David Werring from UCL Institute of Neurology and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery’s Stroke Research Group, as he discusses the importance of recognising cerebral amyloid angiopathy, a neurological condition that doctors believe increases the risk of haemorrhagic stroke and dementia.

Queen Square Clinical Trial Centre launched

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The UCL Institute of Neurology has now opened the Queen Square Clinical Trial Centre (QSCTC).

The aim of the centre is to increase clinical trial activity in neuroscience by supporting and facilitating research and by linking with the newly established UCL Clinical Trials Unit (CTU), led by Dr. Ann-Marie Swart and working closely with the Central East London (CEL) Comprehensive Local Research Network (CLRN), current neurological disorders lead, Professor Alan Thompson.

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