Other Oxford events

The damaged brain

Food and drinks are available to purchase. This event will be held in the function room which is on the ground floor and has step-free access.
Past event - 2016
23 May Doors 6.30pm
Event 7-9pm
Slug and Lettuce, 1 Oxford Castle, New Rd,
Oxford OX1 1AY
Sold Out!
The brain is an amazing and wondrous organ - tonight we will hear about what happens when it becomes damaged in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. Pint of Science pint glasses and tshirts to be won! (Please note: ground floor event, easily accessible)

Changing genetic information to fight Parkinson's disease

Cecilia Lee (DPhil student)
Cecilia Lee is a third year DPhil student at University of Oxford. Her research uses stem cells to investigate the role of Parkinson’s disease-associated genes in the immune system. 

Detangling dementia: Can stem cells live up to the hype?

Jacqueline Robbins (PhD student)
Jacqueline Robbins is a final year PhD student at King’s College London and the University of Oxford. Her research uses brain cells made from stem cells to study Alzheimer’s disease.