Presenting an evening at the intersection of art and science! Rewired features leading neuroscience researchers, patient-advocates, tech innovators, and top artists.
- Sue Austin (celebrity TED speaker): Becoming the artist: Engineering the diving & flying wheelchairs
- Dr Adam Kampff: Enhancing intelligence with virtual reality
- Dr Nikhil Sharma: Innovating the UK's 1st early diagnostic motor disorder clinic + dance & photography from Miles Pilling
- Miles Pilling: Scooter shooting - from the BBC to unique perspectives on photography
- Tanztheater Adrian Look (feat. patient-advocates: Chris D'Souza, Charles Verrall, Rachael Dougherty): Living beyond boundaries - contemporary dance + stories of disability through dance
- Dr Ed Wild: Tackling an incurable disease at its source + Highly Sprung Performance Company
Featured conditions: Motor Neuron Disease, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Transverse Myelitis, Huntington's disease, Dementia
Arts: live dance, live music, short theatre/dramatic arts piece, photography, and more!
*Proceeds fund awareness-education, research support and adaptive equipment purchases.
*This event is organised by Movement for Hope in partnership with UCL, UCLH, the Leonard Wolfson Experimental Neurology Centre, Imanova Ltd, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre and UCL-ARUK.