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Registration open for Hodge Foundation annual meeting and public lecture

29 October 2021

Purple neurons

Hosted by Cardiff University’s Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute (NMHRI) and System Immunity Research Institute, the Hodge Foundation Annual Meeting 2021 will take place virtually and include an academic session followed by a public lecture.

This year’s event will begin with an introduction from NMHRI director Professor Jeremy Hall and will feature an academic session where Mat Clement, Eva Periche Tomas, Jonathan Davies, and Malik Zaben will talk about their research.

Following the academic session, the event will include a public lecture by Professor Andy Miller, a professor of psychiatry and behavioural sciences from Emory University.

His talk is titled the Impact of Inflammation on the Brain and Behaviour in Depression: Mechanisms and Translational Implications and will be followed by a Q&A and discussion session.

The Hodge Centre for Neuropsychiatric Immunology brings together expert researchers in both neuroscience and immunology to focus on the immune processes in mental health disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Schizophrenia.

The Hodge Foundation Annual Meeting on Neuroimmunology will take place on the 18 November beginning with the academic session from 1:00-3:30pm and the public lecture from at 3:40-4:35pm.

The public lecture is open to anyone interested in attending. Register for free on Eventbrite.

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