National Brain Awareness Week, March 6th to 12th 2017

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Our lives are shaped by our brains and how they are impacted by challenging events, illnesses and injury and everyday experiences.

An evening of personal testimony, emerging research and clinical perspectives on the brain and neurological conditions.

This public information evening is the launch event for National Brain Awareness Week, March 6th to 12th 2017.


Professor Tim Lynch: Director of the Dublin Neurological Institute and National Clinical Lead for Neurology who will be joined by one of his patients

Professor Shane O Mara: Professor of Experimental Brain Research in Trinity College Dublin

Frederic Destrebeq: Executive Director of the European Brain Council


The event will also be webcast live from 6pm to 7pm on Monday 6th March  2017 at

Brain Research in Ireland: Investing in all our Futures.

The Irish Brain Council Keynote Conference in collaboration with the Neurological Alliance of Ireland is taking place on 7th March looking at brain research in Ireland, patient involvement, clinical research and closing the treatment gap in Europe.

For further information and to register at:










About PSPA Ireland

PSPA Ireland is the national support organisation for people affected by the neurodegenerative brain diseases: Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD).
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