Ask the Researcher: panel edition

Tuesday 26 February 2019 Business Design Centre, London Special Events

Back for 2019, Ask the Researcher gives you the chance to hear from, and put your questions to some of the world's most renowned researchers in the fight against brain tumours.

Research is the answer. The question is up to you!

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“It was so uplifting to be at the very first Ask the Researcher event hearing the developments for our future care. And for the next one, I'm sure there will be more things to learn and even more ground breaking developments. I'd definitely recommend to anyone who's fighting or been affected by a brain tumour to go. No questions go unanswered, you will find a real sense of belonging at the event. Meeting people in similar circumstances. I know personally that the charity will have been working their upmost to give patients even more options and chances to defeat this terrible disease".

– Jordan, one of our Young Ambassadors.

Event details

When: Tuesday 26 February, 7 – 9pm. Doors open at 6:40pm for a prompt 7pm start.

Where: The Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH

Tickets: £5 per person

Directions: the nearest tube station is Angel (Northern line), and is a five minute walk with signs directing you from the station. In the opposite direction is Highbury and Islington with great Underground and Overground connections.

If you're driving, the venue is located just outside the congestion charge zone on the A1.

Please see the Parking page for details of how to direct your Sat Nav and to pre-book your parking.

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You don’t need to be a scientific genius to come along. This event is for anyone wanting to learn more about the work being done to propel us towards a cure for this devastating disease. And if you have any questions, our scientists want to hear them!

Researchers joining us for this valuable event are:

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