Cambridge Neuroscience Event

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Special Craik Club - Vision and Neuroscience

When

Monday 12th Devember 2016

Where

Lecture theatre, Physiological Laboratory

Description

On December 11 many distinguished neuroscientists will be in Cambridge to celebrate Horace Barlow's 95th birthday. A number of visitors have agreed to give talks on the following day, Monday 12th December, and the Kenneth Craik Club – with the support of the Departments of Psychology and of Physiology, Neuroscience and Behaviour – have arranged a one-day meeting to be held in the main Physiology Lecture Theatre.

 


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Plenaries

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Programme at a Glance

 

10.30 Coffee (Physiology classroom)

11.00 Jack Werner “Colors that never become old”

11.45 Kathy Mullen “Colour in the human visual pathways”

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch break, delegates are invited to make their own arrangements

14.00 Bill Newsome “Monitoring covert cognitive processes via neural population dynamics in frontal cortex”

14.45 Tony Movshon “Brain mechanisms of visual form perception”

15.30 Tea (Physiology classroom)

16.00 Suzanne McKee “Seeing in depth”

16.45 Michael Morgan and Josh Solomon “The Efficiency of Number Sampling in Human Observers”

17.30 End of scientific sessions

17.45 Reception in Downing College, kindly provided by Cambridge Research Systems

 

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Directions

University Map of Downing site showing Physiological Laboratory

Directions to Physiological Laboratory

Map of Downing College

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Registration

Registration is FREE but is required. Registration includes both tea/coffee breaks. Delegates are invited to make their own arrangements for lunch.

Please register on the following doodle poll: http://doodle.com/poll/hrdp3ut9nqcgzdq6

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Contact

Please contact Dr Andrew Welchman or Professor John Mollon if you have any further queries.



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