UCL Translational Neuroscience Centre – Making life better for people with brain diseases

We collaborated with the communications team at UCL to develop infographics to explain the concept of translational neuroscience through physical and digital media for their new research centre opening soon in central London.

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The new centre brings together discovery, clinical and translational research to:

  • research how our brains work and what happens when things goes wrong
  • understand how neurological diseases affect people and trial new treatments
  • translate this research into new cures and treatments

We were inspired by an understanding of neural connectors, the folds (gyri) and the grooves (sulci) in our brain and the way our bodies protect and encase our most sensitive organ.

The infographics will support the development of innovation, collaboration and partnerships and link with the creation of a world-class physical environment to fight neurological disorders through a joint programme between the Queen Square Institute of Neurology and the Dementia Research Institute.

We developed a range of options that focus on different aspects of the centres work and showed how these could be used in physical and digital media

We also designed banners to support a Topping Out’ ceremony (when the building reaches its highest point in construction) at UCL that use the infographic to tell a story about the new centre, its approach and the facilities available in the building.

If you’d like help turning complex health assessments into beautiful communications that inspire healthy lives do get in touch.

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