Cambridge Neuroscience elects two new co-chairs
Cambridge Neuroscience is pleased to announce the election of its two new co-chairs, Professor William Harris from the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience and Professor Ed Bullmore from the Department of Psychiatry.
Members of Cambridge Neuroscience honoured.
Professors Sadaf Farooqi and Peter MacNaughton have been elected Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences, Dr Anne Bertolotti has been elected a member of EMBO and Professor Maria Grazia Spillantini has been elected Fellow of the Royal Society.
PDN Masterclass - "Optogenetics in Neuroscience" - Wednesday 19th June
The second in the series of PDN Masterclasses & Techniques Colloquia will take place on Wednesday 19th at 5.30 pm in the tea room of the Gurdon Institute.
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Neuroscience has transformed our understanding of the healthy brain and promises treatments for devastating disorders that affect millions of people. As the search for more effective therapies continues, unravelling the complexities of the brain and mind has become a multi-disciplinary enterprise. Neuroscience now transcends biology and, increasingly, involves novel intellectual alliances such as computational neuroscience, social neuroscience, educational neuroscience, neuroeconomics, neurophilosophy and neuroethics.
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