Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year and what better time to get into the festive spirit and do something charitable?
A research group at Kent, led by Professor David Wilkinson, has pioneered and shown the amazing potential benefits of therapeutic neurostimulation. This is a technique to stimulate the brain from the outside (i.e. no surgery), using tested devices developed in our laboratory.
In order to raise £165,000 to establish a free service for those with neurodisabilities to receive experimental neurostimulation, please buy these wonderful charity season’s greetings cards and help them get a step closer to achieving their vision.
The cards, which feature a snowy view of the cathedral from campus and a snowy sheep, are available for a suggested donation of £3.50 for a pack of 10 or three packs for £9 from the School of Psychology Reception, G22 in Rutherford Annexe or by contacting K.A.Barnsdalefirstname.lastname@example.org. All proceeds will go towards supporting this vital research.
Carbasse Implant and Dental Centre, a family run dental practice based in Whitstable, has kindly sponsored charity season’s greetings cards to sell in aid of our World of Discovery Campaign.
The Practice Manager at Carbasse Implant and Dental Centre said “I have personal experience of the impact a brain injury can have on an individual and their family. As soon as I heard about this groundbreaking research I knew I wanted to get involved to potentially help change the lives of those living with neuro-disabilities.“
For more information about the campaign please visit https://giving.kent.ac.uk/discovery/neurostimulation.
For more information about Carbasse Implant and Dental Centre please visit https://carbassedental.co.uk/