M. Chamberland/M. Descoteaux, Sherbroke Connectivity Imaging Lab (scil.dinf.usherbrooke.ca/en)

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Good luck Team #BrainResearch!

Team #BrainResearch will soon be taking on the challenge of their lives in the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon!

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£1.1 million invested in new research projects

We are pleased to announce new investment of £1.1 million in four new project grants across our three priority research areas.

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Three new Brain Research UK PhD studentships awarded

Every year, we offer aspiring scientists the opportunity to apply for one of our PhD studentships. Thanks in large part to the huge fundraising success of our 2018 London Marathon team, who together raised a phenomenal £535,000, we were able to offer funding to three talented candidates in 2018.

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Our impact 2017/18

We awarded over £3.5m in new research grants
including 3 new PhD studentships
and 4 project grants
Congratulations to 1 student who completed their PhD
We raised £2m thanks to our amazing supporters
An incredible 201 personal fundraising challenges were achieved

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