Cambridge Neuroscience Event
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Exploring the future of myelin research in Cambridge - Interdisciplinary workshop
WhenThursday May 11th 2-5pm
WhereLecture theatre, Department of Pharmacology
The aim of the workshop is to bring together a group of cross disciplinary neuroscientists working on myelin to explore the future of this research field in Cambridge. The goal is to encourage dialogue and build strong foundations across the community with the view to future funding applications.Back to top
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Programme at a Glance
13:30-14:00 Registration and refreshments, foyer, Department of Pharmacology
14:00-14:05 Introduction to the meeting, Dr Thora Karadottir, Wellcome Trust MRC Stem Cell Institute
Chaired by Professor John Suckling, Department of Psychiatry
14:05-14:30 Dr Thora Karadottir, Wellcome Trust MRC Stem Cell Institute
14:30-14:55 Dr Stephen Sawiak, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
14:55-15:20 Professor Hugh Markus, Department of Clinical Neurosciences
15:20-15:50 Refreshments, foyer, Department of Pharmacology
Chaired by Professor Angela Roberts, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
15:50-16:15 Professor Robin Franklin, Wellcome Trust MRC Stem Cell Institute
16:15-16:40 Professor Ed Bullmore, Department of Psychiatry
16:40-17:00 Open discussion: How we see the future of myelin research in Cambridge?
17:00 Closing remarks, Professor Ed Bullmore, Department of Psychiatry
17:00-18:00 Drinks reception, Tea room, Department of Pharmacology (4th floor)Back to top
The workshop will take place in the lecture theatre on the second floor of the Department of Pharmacology. Registration will take place and tea will be served in the foyer on the ground floor from 13:30. Drinks will be served in the tea room/balcony from 17:00-18:00.
Department of Pharmacology, Tennis Court Road, CB2 1PDBack to top
Registration is FREE but essential. Please enter N/A when prompted to enter grant code information.
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Please contact Dr Dervila Glynn for further information.
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