Sharing the intersection of Research and Public Audiences
Movement for Hope was invited to speak at the 14th Annual Queen Square Symposium, at the UCL Institute of Neurology (IoN), Queen Square. The IoN Queen Square is an prestigious neuroscience institution well known for its research and teaching in Neurology and Brain Imaging.
Movement for Hope presented it’s youth-led work on sharing research and patient stories with public audiences through innovative methods of multimedia arts.
The presentation went out to over 60 Masters and PhD students, several senior researchers/mentors and six visiting students from the Berlin School of Brain and Mind Sciences. Young researchers spanned from over six different research fields of neuroscience that covers every area of neurological illness, including Cognitive Neuroscience, Neurodegeneration, Neuroimaging, and Movement Disorders.