15th anniversary event will be held in The Long Room at Customs House on Saturday 20 October 2018

This event is a formal sit-down five-course degustation dinner, with a wine-paired menu designed and delivered by signature chef, Philip Johnson. The evening will be a sensory experience using food to tell the story of QBI’s 15 years, and will explore the relationship between the brain and food.  

The evening will also include a musical program by the Queensland Symphony Orchestra – sure to delight attendees. All funds raised will go to brain research at QBI.


Date: Saturday 20 October

Time: 6.15pm for 6.45pm–11.00pm

Venue: The Long Room, Customs House

Tickets: $265 per person; $2650 per table of 10

Dress code: Formal


* Please note this event is now sold out. If you have any enquiries please contact QBI Events at qbievents@uq.edu.au or on 0452 533 669. 


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About QBI's 15th Anniversary Event

In 2018, UQ’s Queensland Brain Institute celebrates its 15th anniversary. Over the last 15 years, QBI has delivered significant advances in neuroscience and key neurological disorders, including dementia, motor neurone disease (MND), schizophrenia, and stroke.

To mark this milestone, we invite supporters and guests to celebrate our Faculty and the many remarkable achievements that our researchers have made towards furthering our understanding of the brain.



399 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
The Long Room, Custom's House