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Project summary

The visionary UCL Translational Neuroscience initiative brings together the UCL Institute of Neurology at Queen Square with the headquarters of the newly instituted UK Dementia Research Institute at UCL. 

It will provide a transformational new environment to harness the world leading power of UCL neuroscience to find better ways to diagnose and treat devastating neurological disorders such as dementia, stroke and epilepsy that represent a major health and economic burden in the UK and globally. 

The funding will provide unrivalled new integrated space for ‘state of the art’ basic science laboratories, drug discovery and experimental neurology. It will drive even closer collaboration with industry, funders and patients.

Page last updated 5 July 2017