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.
|28 January 2019||Yana Fandakova (MPI, Berlin)||Cognitive control contributions to learning and memory: Development and neural plasticity in childhood and adolescence||CUBRIC|
|11 February 2019||George Tackley (CUBRIC)||Sensory modulation in the spinal cord and psychological implications - Insights from MRI||HEB|
|25 February 2019||Melissa Wright (CUBRIC)||Changes in the visual cortex in glaucoma and their role in visual recovery: a 7T fMRI based study||HEB|
|4 March 2019||Dr Roland Benoit (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig)||Affective episodic simulations||HEB|
|11 March 2018||Richard Binney (Bangor University)||What does the anterior temporal lobe do? Reconciling observations across the perceptual, cognitive and social neurosciences||CUBRIC|
|18 March 2019||Sina Straub (German Cancer Research Centre)||Neuro-applications of quantitative susceptibility mapping at ultra-high field||CUBRIC|
|25 March 2019||Marios Philastides (University of Glasgow)||Dynamic network reconstruction of human decision making and learning via EEG-fMRI fusion||CUBRIC|
|1 April 2019||Steve Fleming (UCL)||Knowing our own minds: Metacognitive drivers of belief change||CUBRIC|