Traumatic Brain Injury research
Would you like to find out more about research in Traumatic Brain Injury?
Our annual ‘Meet the Scientists’ Day is back this year on Friday 23rd September 2016, in the Burlington Danes Building, Hammersmith Campus of Imperial College London in White City, W12 0NN. The event will be from 1pm-5pm.
This half-day, which is completely free to attend, will feature tours of our laboratories. Researchers will demonstrate the techniques we use and the sorts of problems we are trying to solve. Details of the demonstrations to follow.
These tours will be followed by a talk by Professor David Sharp about general aspects of research in brain injury along with a panel discussion on getting back to work following brain injury with guest panelists Dr Daniel Friedland and a respresentative from Attend starting at 3:45pm.
There will also be an opportunity to give us your thoughts and tell us about any experiences you’ve had about taking part in brain injury research. You can also sign up to take part in current and future research studies.
What facilities are provided?
Lunch will be provided when attendees arrive. During lunch, there will be some posters about the research that’s been conducted in brain injury and you can chat informally with our researchers. The day will end with tea & coffee.
The Burlington Danes and all the tours will be fully accessible to wheelchairs. Please let us know if you know you will be bringing one, or have any mobility issues you would like to discuss with us.
The nearest tube stop to us is East Acton or White City (Central Line). Several local busses stop outside the site.
There is pay & display parking on the hospital grounds (adjacent to Burlington Danes building) & there are spaces in front of the hospital. However, we cannot reserve parking or cover parking costs if all disabled parking bays are occupied.
This event is completely free.
Who is this event open to?
This event is primarily for patients and carers of patients with traumatic brain injury. We have a limited number of spaces for other interested people (e.g. members of related charities). Please email us if you are not a patient or a carer, but would still like to attend.
Equally, if you book and then realise you can no longer make it, please let us know so that we can release these tickets for someone else.
If you have any further questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re looking forward to seeing you on the 23rd of September!