Bringing together world-class neuroscience to advance research and clinical care
Bristol Neuroscience kept our community engaged during the coronavirus lockdown and beyond with a series of webinars on a wide range of topics.
Join the hundreds of people who have already listened to inspiring talks on everything from mindfulness to AI in neural discovery:
- Mindfulness and wellbeing with Fabienne Vailes
- Domestic violence amidst a pandemic with Gene Feder
- Robotics in Health and Life Sciences with Sabine Hauert
- Spatial cells in large-scale spaces and AI in neural discovery with Caswell Barry
- The virtual audience with Kirsty Sedgman
- Presynaptic plasticity in hippocampal circuits with Christophe Mulle
- Neurological consequences of COVID-19 with Harriet Ball, Liz Coulthard, Tom Minton and Claire Rice
- Investigating the impact of COVID-19 on anxiety and cognitive function in older adolescents with Meg Attwood
- ‘Optimistic’ and ‘pessimistic’ decision-making as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare with Mike Mendl and Vikki Neville
- Chronic Pain services and pain research with Profs Candy McCabe and Tony Pickering
- Finding the Fault Lines: Detecting Urban Social Boundaries using Social Data Science with Levi John Wolf
- Multimorbidity in the ageing human brain: lessons from neuropathological assessment with Kirsty McAleese
The Power of Data in Health and Social Care
11 August 2021, 9.00 AM
Digital Health Online Panel Event: The role of Artificial Intelligence in clinical decision making
11 August 2021, 6.00 PM
Science Communication Workshop at the FENS Regional Meeting 2021
24 August 2021, 1.00 PM
Brain Centre Research Group Annual Report 2019-2020
The Bristol Brain Centre delivers outstanding research and care across movement disorders, cognitive disorders and multiple sclerosis neurological specialties. Despite the enormous impact of COVID, 11736 patients were seen clinically in the year to April 2020 and 364 patients were entered into research across 38 different studies – with many attending multiple times as part of complex trials of interventional products.
Highlights of our work up to April 2020 include a blossoming clinical academic training programme through appointment of 5 NIHR Academic Clinical Fellows and 2 NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturers alongside clinical and non-clinical PhD students. In addition to excellent clinical care and research, the brain centre teams have delivered teaching and research presentations locally and nationally and our public profile has been boosted by events such as the BRACE conference and an award-winning BBC2 documentary featuring the groundbreaking GDNF trial in Parkinson’s Disease.