Packed Lunch: Chromosomes and Mental Health

Discussion

Drop in

This event includes British Sign Language provision.

Wednesday 20 September 2017

13:00-14:00

Feed your curiosity at our daytime discussions. Drop in to hear local scientists in conversation about their latest experiments, life in the lab and why science matters to everyone, all in the space of your lunch hour. Bring your sarnies with you to eat while you listen.

Turner syndrome is a chromosome disorder that has significant physical health symptoms as well as a profound impact on the social and emotional wellbeing of the girls it affects. Come and hear more about Jeanne Wolstencroft’s work exploring the links between rare genetic disorders and mental health.

Speaker

Jeanne Wolstencroft, psychologist, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

This event is FREE. First come, first seated. Please note that these events can get busy. Doors open 12:45.



This is a British Sign Language-interpreted event. To book a place with a view of the interpreter or for more information, please email us at access@wellcomecollection.org or call 020 7611 2222.

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