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Seminars

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.

DateSpeakerTitleVenue
28 January 2019Yana Fandakova (MPI, Berlin)Cognitive control contributions to learning and memory: Development and neural plasticity in childhood and adolescenceCUBRIC
11 February 2019George Tackley (CUBRIC)Sensory modulation in the spinal cord and psychological implications - Insights from MRIHEB
25 February 2019Melissa Wright (CUBRIC)Changes in the visual cortex in glaucoma and their role in visual recovery: a 7T fMRI based studyHEB
4 March 2019Roland Benoit (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig)Affective episodic simulationsHEB
11 March 2018Richard Binney (Bangor University)What does the anterior temporal lobe do? Reconciling observations across the perceptual, cognitive and social neurosciencesCUBRIC
18 March 2019 Sina Straub (German Cancer Research Centre)Neuro-applications of quantitative susceptibility mapping at ultra-high fieldCUBRIC
25 March 2019 Marios Philastides (University of Glasgow)Dynamic network reconstruction of human decision making and learning via EEG-fMRI fusionCUBRIC
1 April 2019Steve Fleming (UCL)Knowing our own minds: Metacognitive drivers of belief changeCUBRIC
10 June 2019Christoph Weideman (Swansea)The dynamics of memory - decoding brain activity with machine learningCUBRIC
17 June 2019Karen Caeyenberghs, Phoebe Imms, Adam Clemente, Dr Xiaoyun Liang (Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research, Melbourne)Neuroimaging biomarkers of training-induced improvements: reality or pipe dream?CUBRIC
30 September 2019Charlotte Rae (University of Sussex)How do signals from the body shape our actions (and our inactions)?CUBRIC
21 October 2019Sila Genc (CUBRIC)Advanced neuroimaging over childhood and adolescence: a first look at developmental applications from the Connecton and 7T MRI scanners.CUBRIC