Issue 4: A Delve into Blood Processing
Learn about why blood samples are so important for the Stroke IMPaCT study. This newsletter explains what blood samples are used for and how samples are processed.
Video: Life of a Brain Tumour at Brain Health Day 2023
Listen to Mr Saam Youshani explain the life of a Brain tumour and the research happening in Manchester in the fight against brain tumours.
Video: Photographing the Brain at Brain Health Day 2023
Listen to Dr Hamied Haroon discuss why brain imaging is becoming a revolutionary tool in understanding diseases of the brain.
Video: Small arteries, Big Consequences at Brain Health Day 2023
Listen to Dr Pritchard talk about the exciting dementia research happening at the University of Manchester.
Video: Introduction to the Geoffrey Jefferson Brain Research Centre at Brain Health Day 2023
Listen to Alisha Patel (Centre Manager) and Professor Stuart Allan (Centre Co-Director), discuss the research taking place at the Geoffrey Jefferson Brain Research Centre (GJBRC).
Video: Memory, Mind and Mood after Stroke at Brain Health Day 2023
Listen to Professor Craig Smith, Stroke IMPaCT study lead at Salford Royal Hospital, speak about why his work is so important for the fields of stroke and dementia.
Video: From Patient to Advocate at Brain Health Day 2023
Listen to Wendy and Ann explain their journey’s into research following their strokes.
In Profile: Rachel Jones
Meet Rachel Jones, a PhD student working on the Stroke IMPaCT project
Brain Health Day Student Poster Competition
Explore the Informatic posters designed by University of Manchester Students for the Brain Health Day Poster Competition.
In Profile: Gaia Brezzo
Meet Gaia! Dr Gaia Brezzo, is a post-Doctoral research fellow working at the University of Edinburgh. Gaia works in the McColl lab within the UK Dementia Research Institute. Gaia grew up in Italy but always had “and interest in the brain and especially mental health”...