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Public Lecture: Finding the network balance in Parkinson's disease hallucinations

26th January 2021, 1-2pm

Join Dr Angelika Zarkali and Dr Rimona Weil for a lecture explaining how looking at the brain as a network can help us better understand the development of hallucinations.

 

Ensnared – The Inescapable Reality of Fatigue

ensnared logoConversation, digital artworks and installation exploring the reality of living with post stroke fatigue.  Bloomsbury Festival, 23rd October 2020, 11-12

2020 UCL World Stroke Day Forum transformed entirely online

world stroke day forumFree online event for stroke survivors and family members/carers to contribute to & influence research and rehabilitation at UCL.

Dementia Research Chatathon LIVE

 7th September from 9.00am to 9.00pm  

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Organiser Adam Smith, one of the people behind the NIHR Dementia Researcher service, hopes to raise awareness of some of the work being undertaken to help prevent, diagnose, care, treat and understand Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia and to raise much needed funding for Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK). He will be chatting with 55 researchers from all fields of dementia research, using video chat – live streamed using Zoom and YouTube

QSBB virtual work experience event: 20th July 2020

A virtual work experience event for GCSE and A level students that are interested in Neuroscience provided by Queen Square Brain Bank.

Mental health exhibition showcases art co-developed by neuroscientists and artists

Dear World Project is a cross-disciplinary public engagement collaboration that explores mental health, its diagnosis, and the use of labels often associated with feelings and emotions.

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Immune Cells in the Brain

Wednesday 13 November 2019, 13:00—14:00. Wellcome Collection.
Come and hear neuroscientist Soyon Hong (UK DRI at UCL) talk about her pioneering work on what immune cells do in the brain, from their role in learning and memory to their contribution to ageing and dementia in Alzheimer’s disease

Please also see previous events page