Do you want to learn more about the brain and encephalitis? Do you want to try your hand at some fun experiments? Do you want to have a peak behind the scenes of where world-leading experts fight the battle against encephalitis?

Then Meet the Scientists in June may be just the event for you!

We are very grateful to our friends at Oxford University, University College London and University of Liverpool for hosting the events in June which will hope will be informative and, above all, fun for all the family.

Entry is free to each of the three fun days - although we would welcome a donation to help us cover the costs of holding them. Tickets can be booked below.

The events include:

Liverpool - Saturday, June 1, 10am to 4pm

World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN


The Magic of Medicine - Why do we need medicine? How does medicine work? And how do we create new medicines? Come and take part in our hands on activities to learn more about your body and how it works and what our amazing researchers at Liverpool University do to help stop you from getting sick.

Oxford - Friday, June 14, 2pm to 5pm.

Oxford University


Visit Associate Professor Sarosh Irani and his team at Oxford University for a look behind the scenes at this centre of excellence. There will be a series of talks by researchers and doctors involved in autoimmune encephalitis and a chance to see how the labs work and different tests are carried out.

London - Friday, June 21, 2pm to 5pm.

University College London, Gilliatt Lecture Theatre, Queen Square House.


Dr Mike Zandi will talk about the life-saving work carried out at University College London and will be joined by his colleagues for more snippets about their work and different aspects of the brain and encephalitis. More details to follow.

If you have any questions about Meet the Scientists, please get in touch


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Liverpool - Saturday, June 1

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Oxford - Friday, June 14

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London - Friday, June 21

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