The Centre for Neurotechnology organizes a regular colloquium series as well hosting other seminar speakers throughout the year. Details of all upcoming Centre events can be found on the events page here. Everyone is welcome to attend (no registration is necessary). Details of past seminars can be found here.
Centre for Neurotechnology Colloquia
The Neurotechnology Colloquium series returns for 2016 with a programme of mini-symposia. Each session brings together two speakers, from the UK or overseas, to present on related topics in the field.
Colloquiua usually take place on Wednesdays at 4pm in RSM 228 (South Kensington Campus) and are followed by a drinks reception.
If you would also like to arrange a one-to-one meeting with the speaker on the day, please contact Pete Hellyer.
|23rd March 2016
MINI-SYMPOSIUM ON ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
|Francesco Tamagnini, University of Exeter Medical School||Alzheimer’s disease and the noisy brain: amyloidopathy correlates with hippocampal hyperexcitability|
|Roxana Carare, University of Southampton||Perivascular clearance of interstitial fluid from the brain. Significance for Alzheimer’s disease|
|4th May 2016 MINI-SYMPOSIUM - THE ADDICTIVE ENGRAM||David Dupret, MRC Brain Network Dynamics Unit, Oxford University||Temporal dynamics of neuronal activity engaged in the expression of hippocampal representation of space|
|Christian Lüscher, University of Geneva||The emergence of a circuit model for addiction|
|15th June 2016 MINI-SYMPOSIUM||
Peter Dayan, Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, UCL
|Reverse Replay during Human Decision Problem Solving|
|Mark Humphries, University of Manchester||Population activity in rule-learning prefrontal cortex reveals signatures of internal models|
|14th September 2016 MINI- SYMPOSIUM||Speakers to be confirmed|
26th October 2016 - 12pm MINI-SYMPOSIUM
|Richard Mooney, Duke Medical School||Title to be confirmed|
|Richard Turner, Cambridge Neuroscience||Title to be confirmed|
|7th December 2016 - MINI-SYMPOSIUM||Adam Kampff, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, UCL||Title to be confirmed|
|Alfonso Renart, Champalimaud Centre for the Unkown||Title to be confirmed|