What does it mean to be a collaborating scientist?
Collaborating scientists are a community of researchers and clinicians that support Movement for Hope. Being a collaborating scientist does not obligate a scientist’s activity with Movement for Hope in any way, rather it allows for scientists to be invited to participate in web postings, events or campaigns of interest. Scientists have the opportunity to participate in public engagement activities such as interviews, films, seminars, workshops and blog postings. They have an invaluable role in public understanding and interest in neurological conditions, research, medicine and treatments.
Collaborating scientists are:
Research Associates & Post-Doctoral Fellows
Young scientists (post-graduate/PhD level)
Become a collaborating scientist by registering below:
You will be contacted by Movement for Hope to complete your profile with us