News and events
Bloomsbury Festival: 11-20th October 2019
Testing Situations – Created Out of Mind, 19th October 2019: A drop-in exhibition and series of events, including screenings of the ‘Neva’, a film made in collaboration with members of Rare Dementia Support groups and researchers at UCL Dementia Research Centre as part of the Created Out of Mind Residency at Wellcome Collection. Testing Situations website
The “Picture Your OCD” project
aims to raise awareness of OCD, and is part of a larger interaction between researchers at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging
and artist from London, called the ‘Dear World Project
‘. The final piece will be displayed at the Dear World Exhibition at Stour Space
in Hackney Wick in February 2020.
UCL World Stroke Day Forum 29th October 2019
This World Stroke Day, we invite Stroke Survivors to the UCL World Stroke Day Forum: a free half-day event of interactive workshops, discussion groups and talks centred on the latest developments in Stroke Research and Rehabilitation.
In this online course you will discover how the arts can create common ground between people, and in doing so, learn what we can all do to improve the quality of life and care for people living with different dementias.
Promoting Queen Square Brain Bank at UCL ARUK network public engagement event August 2019
Green Man festival August 2019
Wellcome Centre for Human Neuromaging showcased some of their research with electromagnetic fields and OPM helmets!
The first MND Engage event was held on the 23rd July 2019 at the Francis Crick Institute. For the first time, along with the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND Association) we brought together several London laboratories working on motor neuron disease (including the Patani Lab), patients and carers, to explore innovative strategies of public engagement in MND.
UK DRI at the MRC Science Fete: Virtual Reality Lab Tours, DNA, and Brain Hoopla