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CRUK in Scotland Mar 15
“I struggle to find the words to express how much I hate cancer. It is an honour to work for Cancer Research UK & because of the work they do I have hope for the future.” Heather who has brain cancer on why more life saving research is needed. 💜
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NeurologicalAlliance Mar 13
Did you know at least one in six people have a neurological condition?
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UK Biobank Mar 12
35,518 participants have been scanned our imaging study so far, the largest of its kind in the world, researchers are already using this valuable data to uncover risks to brain health:
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SfN DCMA Feb 25
Brain Awareness Week -- Volunteers needed! 😁🧠🔬
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Be Brainy NYC Mar 25
*drum roll* • is officially over. Thank you to all of our partner organizations, event coordinators, and volunteers for making possible!
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Gary Boyle Mar 16
I have a major issue with an interview I completed last week as part of 🤭 The issue is...I’m from Carlow, I’m not from Cavan. What are people gonna think? Will anyone believe anything I say anymore?😥
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Beaumont Neuroscience Physio Mar 12
Join the Neurosciences Physiotherapy team for a lunchtime walk tomorrow for National Brain Awareness Week
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roisin guiry Mar 11
Prof Brian Lawlor talking about the signs and symptoms of dementia as part of
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Neuroscience Ireland Mar 16
Great piece on the event. Congrats again to all involved. , , , , ,. Painting Music' to celebrate Brain Awareness Week
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Neuroscience Ireland Mar 4
Delighted to be partnering with NAI to celebrate Brain Awareness Week March 11-17th. Follow the campaign for the numerous events have been organised around the country.
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The Centre for Human Brain Health (CHBH) Mar 14
Birmingham Brain Cafe welcomes its first speaker: Dr Daniel Fulton introduces us to the world of white matter, grey matter and information processing
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M.E. Australia Mar 15
ME may be due to genes responsible for immune responses. Morris et al discuss how molecules may convert an acute infection into a state of escalating chronic systemic inflammation.
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Brains for Dementia Research Mar 12
Celebrating by highlighting the multiple worldwide institutions that have utilised the tissue and data we provide, helping to better understand how the brain works
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Maria Bailey TD Mar 12
Hosting a migraine awareness event in Leinster House to make National Brain Week It’s vitally important that we raise awareness about the supports available to people to ensure they can have good quality of life
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Dr Anita Goh 🧠 Mar 10
This week is , a global campaign to increase public awareness of the progress and benefits of brain research. All week I will tweet information about brain research as well as progress in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the brain 🧠
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Dr. Elaine L. Kinsella Mar 12
To mark , we will be hosting a bake sale to raise money for tomorrow (Wednesday) from 10am on the C1-corridor of the Main Building at . Please consider supporting this event.
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Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience 🧠 Mar 14
🧠 We had a fantastic time introducing local A-Level students to the inner workings of the brain at our workshops. We hope to see you all again very soon!
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Vestibular Vision Mar 12
“The is so densely packed with neurons, it contains around 80% of all the neurons in the ” 😮 🧠
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DNNI Mar 13
Dr. Sabina Brennan busy signing her new book in Hodges Figgis...get your copy of 100 days to a Younger Brain and learn how to keep your brain healthy!
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DNNI Mar 14
Here in the beautiful Trinity College chapel for Painting Music: Sound as Vision via Synaesthesia....should be an interesting evening!
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