The British Neuroscience Association (BNA) will hold its biennial Festival of Neuroscience outside the UK for the first time in April 2019 when the event will be held in Dublin in collaboration with Neuroscience Ireland. In addition to the excellent scientific programme (which can be viewed here), we have an exciting series of events targeted at the public, patients, patient organisations and anyone with an interest in the brain.
All events are free and open to all so please encourage your family, friends and colleagues to come along!
Primary coordinator of the Public Programme for BNA2019, Dr Áine Kelly from Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience, has this to say about the programme:
“The public outreach programme of the Festival of Neuroscience provides wonderful opportunities for the general public to hear about brain health and brain research directly from world-leading neuroscience researchers. Many events focus on neurological conditions and are designed to encourage interaction between patients, carers, clinicians and researchers. These include events on Huntington’s disease, delirium, depression, teenage mental health and epilepsy. There is a strong arts focus to the programme, which includes films screenings, music and dance performances, a neuroscience-themed art installation and an interactive event on ageing and the arts. The programme caters for all tastes and interests and most events have a social element, with time dedicated to discussion and interaction. There really is something for everyone, so come along, learn, enjoy!”
So many individuals, organisations and funders have worked together under Áine’s stewardship to make this programme such a success, and we are grateful to each and every one of their for their enthusiastic contribution!
Thank you to everyone!
Click on our word-brain to see the organisations and people who have contributed to making the BNA2019 Public Programme such a great success:
Thanks to these organisations for their organisational and/or funding support:
British Neuroscience Association
Science Foundation Ireland
Irish Research Council
Dementia & Neurodegeneration Network Ireland
Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland
Neurological Alliance of Ireland
Galway Neuroscience Centre
International Neuroethics Society
British Association for Psychopharmacology
The Physiological Society
Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Mercer’s Institute for Succesful Ageing
National College of Art & Design
St James’s Hospital
Global Health Brain Institute
Age & Opportunity
Cure Parkinson’s Trust
Convention Centre Dublin
Thanks to these people for their organisation and/or participation:
Román Romero Ortuno
G. Bernhard Landwehrmeyer