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Projects

The Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging has a strong culture of public engagement.

Our Strategy aims to embed meaningful public engagement as a tool for research success. To achieve this, we work with a range of partners and consultants to deliver high quality and impactful engagement projects focused on bringing patient and public voice into the research.

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    Experiencing Fatigue

    Experiencing Fatigue' is a collaborative arts and research project involving stroke survivors, neuroscientists and artist Sofie Layton.

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    UCL World Stroke Day Forum

    An annual forum bringing together stroke survivors with researchers, clinicians and charities across the UK.

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    Dear World Project

    An art collaboration exploring the use of labels in mental health

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News

Read about recent updates from the Public Engagement Programme at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging.

  • Public Engagement Awards 2022: Celebrating the exceptional commitment to public engagement at the Department
    17-06-2022

    Public Engagement Awards 2022: Celebrating the exceptional commitment to public engagement at the Department

    Every year, the Department joins together to celebrate the range of creative, thoughtful and meaningful public engagement activities held over the past year. The awards ceremony was held in person at 12 Queen Square on Tuesday 7th June, welcoming research and support staff from across the Centre - as well as external collaborators and partners from various public engagement projects.

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  • New engagement project funded to co-develop essential resources for young people living with OCD and their parents
    04-02-2022

    New engagement project funded to co-develop essential resources for young people living with OCD and their parents

    OCD engagement project aims to overcome the disconnect between neuroscience research and the OCD community by building two engaging toolkits which will be used to establish understanding of OCD as a treatable brain illness.

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  • Collaborative art science exhibition highlights the multi-sensory nature of fatigue
    07-01-2022

    Collaborative art science exhibition highlights the multi-sensory nature of fatigue

    ENSNARED, a collaborative arts and neuroscience digital exhibition, highlights the multi-sensory nature of clinical fatigue, going beyond the stigma of just ‘feeling tired’.

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Awards

  • UCL and In2scienceUK’s programme In2reseach nominated as a finalist in the UK Social Mobility Awards.
    18-07-2022

    UCL and In2scienceUK’s programme In2reseach nominated as a finalist in the UK Social Mobility Awards.

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  • The OPM Collaboration – Outstanding Public Engagement Project 2022
    22-06-2022

    The OPM Collaboration – Outstanding Public Engagement Project 2022

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  • Tobias Hauser and Madeleine Payne – Excellence in Public Engagement 2022
    21-06-2022

    Tobias Hauser and Madeleine Payne – Excellence in Public Engagement 2022

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Our Team

The public engagement team supports all of the Centre’s engagement projects.
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Cassandra Hugill

Public Engagement Manager

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Joanne Thomas

Public Engagement Coordinator

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Sian

Communications and Engagement Officer

Partners

We are privileged to work with a host of organisations to help make our projects a reality. Click on a logo below to learn about each of our partners.