General enquiries including industrial collaborations, resources and facilities:
If you would like to join the BN Mailing list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address
If you are a prospective student or have any admissions queries please go the relevant webpages, where full details on courses, fees and funding can be found:
- Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit (BIRU)
- Dementia Research Group
- Head Injury Therapy Unit
- Institute of Clinical Neurosciences
- Multiple Sclerosis and Stem Cell Group
- Bristol Neonatal Neurology Group
- Clinical genetics
- Neuropsychiatry service
- Functional Neurosurgery
- Ear, nose and throat
- Paediatric Neurology
- Speech Language Therapy Research Unit (SLTRU)
- South West Demetia Brain Bank
Patients and carers
Bristol Neuroscience is unable to give contact details for individual clinicians who are members of BN, if the individual has not already made these available in the public domain. If you are seeking medical advice or wish to consult a doctor or consultant, please approach your local GP or hospital.
All media enquiries should be directed to the University of Bristol Press Office. Visit the Directory of Experts, a searchable database listing the research interests of many of our academic staff, if you need to search for an expert in a given area.
Giving to support Bristol Neuroscience research
BN is very grateful to the charities, companies, funding organisations and individuals who support our work, enabling BN to run activities and initiatives to advance neuroscience research. If you are intersted in supporting this research, please contact the Alumni and Development Office or give now.
Maps and directions for the University of Bristol.
Contact details for individual members of Bristol Neuroscience can be found in the BN Directory.
Information for patients
Please be advised that this website has been created to stimulate research collaborations and cannot provide information or advice to those affected by a neurological disorder. Please use the NHS website to obtain information for patients.
Take Part in Neuroscience Research
You can ask your doctor or a patient organisation if they know of any clinical trials that you may be eligible to join.
UK Clinical Trials Gateway
The UK Clinical Trials Gateway (UKCTG) website has information about clinical trials and other research from several different UK registers. You can also search the UKCTG site to find trials relevant to you, and you can contact researchers yourself.
WHO International Clinical Trials
The World Health Organization's Clinical Trials Search Portal provides access to clinical trials in countries all around the world.
For some health conditions, you can find out about clinical trials from the websites of charities. Examples are: