Brain Research in Ireland

March 7th 2017: BRAIN RESEARCH IN IRELAND: Investing in all our Futures


“Brain Research in Ireland: Investing in all our Futures” explores the key factors that should play a critical role in shaping the emerging landscape for brain research in this country. Some of the themes that will be explored include the importance of patient involvement, the need for brain research to be prioritised and supported at policy level and using research to explore solutions to the needs of people with brain conditions and their families.

Attendance is free but you MUST register in advance at here.

Poster presentations are invited on basic, clinical and social research into brain conditions. Applicants should aim to submit abstracts no later than Friday 11th February  to including contact details for the author.


  1. The abstract content should not exceed 250 words, including all contributing authors and affiliations.
  2. It should be submitted in a Word document and include title, objective, methods, results, conclusions.
  3. Abstracts that have been published or presented elsewhere prior to this meeting will be accepted 3. Abstracts must be proof read carefully, the author will be responsible for correct grammar and spelling 4. The total size of the poster display should be no more than 1189mm x 841mm (Size AO) in portrait style if possible.