Author: psychmedcomms

New survey: involving the public in your research

BRAIN Involve would like to help researchers consider the benefits of involving the public in forming their research into neurological and neurodegenerative conditions. BRAIN Involve is a public involvement group made up of people who are, or have been, directly affected by neurological diseases such…

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Work with us: Research Assistant in Neuro-oncology

We're looking for a Research Assistant to work in an exciting collaboration between two Health and Care Research Wales funded infrastructure centres: the Wales Cancer Research Centre and the BRAIN Unit. The post is available immediately and is fixed-term for one year. The successful candidate…

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Meet the researcher: Dr Malik Zaben

Dr Zaben is a lecturer in neurosurgery with a special interest in understanding neurogenesis and neuroplasticity after traumatic brain injury (TBI). His research explores potential therapeutic approaches targeting neuroinflammatory pathways to limit brain damage after injury, and enhance repair. This year has been another successful…

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In the spotlight: Epilepsy research update

As people around the world mark Purple Day to raise awareness of epilepsy, we took a moment to catch up with our experts who are working to better understand the condition as well as researching new treatments. Over 600,000 people in the UK have epilepsy.…

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