EBC has created the #ILoveMyBrain logo as a communication tool for promoting and connecting all the work being done to promote brain health and prevent and treat brain disorders in Europe.

Different organisations, researchers, patients and carers are working on different conditions – Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury, Epilepsy, Mental Illness are only a few examples.  We believe that by bringing together the very diverse activities which are all considered brain disorders, we can all benefit.  Using a common logo, which is repeatedly seen in public and in the media, will help to gain more attention for brain disorders from EU policy makers, and ensure that more resources are channeled towards research on the brain and for patients of brain disorders.

 The logo is not ‘owned’ by EBC.  We invite  you to use the logo for any activity that is connected to brain health – conferences, outreach events, online campaigns – however you wish.  When using the logo through social media, we encourage you to include the hashtag: #ILoveMyBrain. We hope that over the next few years it becomes as recognizable as the other symbols which have been so effective in attracting resources to specific diseases – the pink ribbon for breast cancer, the red ribbon for HIV…  let’s get the public and policymakers thinking about how important our brain health is!

I love my brain logo


EBC #ILoveMyBrain Events

Patient Engagement in EU-funded Brain Research Projects

Brain Awareness Week 2021
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Mood and Food – Exploring the gut-brain connection

Brain Awareness Week 2019
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Enhanced Engagement Through Public-Private Partnerships

November 2018
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Expanding Brain Research in Europe

Brain Awareness Week 2018
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Brain Research in Europe: Shaping FP9 and Delivering Innovation to the Benefit of Patients

April 2018
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Expanding Brain Research in Europe – a societal need?

Brain Awareness Week 2017
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Members’ Congresses

Innovation and Research for Healthy Ageing

G7 Health Ministries Side Event - November 2017
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AF-Related Stroke Policy Workshop

European Parliament - January 2017
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