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Brain Question Time – University of Reading

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Brain Question Time

The School of Pharmacy invites you to Brain Question Time. An event open to the public, to answer questions you might have about the brain. This might include how the brain works, what causes particular diseases and how we are using research to better understand the brain and work towards new therapies for brain disorders. A panel of experts have been assembled to answer your questions and we will also give some short introductory talks to tell you about brain research at the University of Reading. After the event there will be a buffet lunch to carry on informal discussions (12:30-13:30, room G04, HBS building). So if you want to find out more about the brain or have your questions answered, sign-up to this free event by emailing or
Come and join us!

This event is sponsored by the University of Reading's Endowment Fund and by Alzheimer's Research UK - Oxford Network Centre

Brain Expert Panel Members:

◾ Mr Jimendra Ekanayake: Academic Neurosurgical Fellow, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery & Wellcome Trust Centre for Surgical and Interventional Sciences
◾ Dr Eva Feredoes: Lecturer in Psychology, University of Reading, School of Psychology and Clinical Languages (PSCL)
◾ Dr Patrick Lewis: Associate Prof. in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, University of Reading, School of Pharmacy (RSoP)
◾ Prof. Alan Palmer: Visiting Professor (RSoP), Neuroscientist and Biotechnology Entrepreneur
◾ Dr Katy Stubbs: Communications Officer - Science, Alzheimer’s Research UK
◾ Dr Nahid Zokaei: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre, University of Oxford

Event information


14 September 2017




G11 Lecture theatre, Henley Business School building, Whiteknights campus, Shinfield Road, Reading, RG6 6UR


Dr Angela Bithell
0118 378 6570

Dr Mark Dallas
0118 378 5203

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