We run a regular programme of brain-mapping seminars for staff, students and the public.
Seminars take place every Monday during term time at 12:10, unless stated otherwise.
They will be held in the Hadyn Ellis Building (HEB) Lecture Theatre or the top floor seminar room of our building (CUBRIC), unless stated otherwise.
|27 January 2020||Matt Brookes (University of Nottingham)||Developing next generation magnetoencephalography||CUBRIC|
|3 February 2020||David Wisniewski (Ghent University)||Flexibility vs stability in the neural coding of tasks||CUBRIC|
|4 February 2020||Marc Seal (University of Melbourne)||It will all come out in the wash: The application of multivariate analysis techniques to more accurately describe paediatric neurodevelopment||CUBRIC|
|10 February 2020||Nick Dowell (Sussex University)||Imaging the blood brain barrier||CUBRIC|
|17 February 2020||Elliott Wimmer (Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing)||Episodic memory retrieval success is associated with rapid replay of episode content||CUBRIC|
|2 March 2020||Nick Fallon (University of Liverpool)||To be confirmed||CUBRIC|
|23 March 2020||Lorenzo Caciagli (UCL)||Tracking cognitive dysfunction in epilepsy: insights from structural and functional MRI||CUBRIC|
|20 April 2020||Alessandro Tomassini (University of Cambridge)||To be confirmed||CUBRIC|
|27 April 2020||Steve Hall (University of Plymouth)||To be confirmed||CUBRIC|
|15 May 2020||Carolyn McNabb (University of Reading)||Dysconnectivity as a driver of treatment resistance in schizophrenia||Online talk|