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In addition to outstanding education and science, the 2024 IPBIS Conference will offer a number of opportunities for delegates to network and socialise with like-minded colleagues from around the world!


About the Conference Venue

The Conference will be held in the University of Strathclyde’s Technology & Innovation Centre, a state-of-the-art venue located in the heart of Glasgow.

About Glasgow

As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow is a bustling, vibrant place, with much to offer visitors. Well known for its culture and architecture, shopping and lively nightlife, the city centre is the dynamic heart of this warm and friendly city. But that’s not all there is to Glasgow. The beautiful waterfront of the River Clyde and green spaces of Glasgow’s parks provide a haven for outdoor enthusiasts too; there’s something for everyone. Glasgow has a reputation for eating, drinking and being merry! And from the vast array of pubs, clubs and restaurants you’ll find on your doorstep, wherever you stay in the city, it’s not hard to see why!


Teeming with history, nightlife, and cultural attractions, the dynamic city of Glasgow is one of the world’s most attractive destinations!

Gala Dinner at the Kelvingrove

Opened in 1901 and housing 22 galleries filled with world class fine art, stunning design pieces and artefacts from around the globe, the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum will host delegates for the IPBIS Conference Gala Dinner.

Situated in Glasgow’s park-filled West End, delegates will enjoy dinner and libations, followed by a lively Scottish Ceilidh (participation is encouraged!). The Museum’s magnificent collection can also be viewed by delegates during this unique event.

The price of Gala tickets is $125 USD; to purchase, please reserve when registering for the Conference.  

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Trainee & Early Career Social Event

For information on Trainee and Early Career events at the IPBIS Conference, click here.  

Civic Reception

Join your colleagues on Wednesday, 18 September from 6:00-7:30 pm for a special Civic Reception courtesy of The Rt. Hon. The Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow, Councillor Jacqueline McLaren at the City Chambers for the 5th Annual Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury Welcome Reception. This special evening will include drinks and light fare with a welcome from the Lord Provost’s office. Space is limited, so please reserve your spot if you will be arriving in time to attend.  This event is for attendees only, guests are not permitted.  There is no cost to attend the Civic Reception.