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Cambridge Neuroscience Seminars for Graduate students starting March 12th
Calling all Cambridge Neuroscience Graduate Students
Cambridge Neuroscience is putting on a programme of twenty, one hour seminars for graduates on a wide range of neuroscience topics across its five themes.
There are 5 blocks (i). developmental, (ii) cellular and molecular, (iii) systems and computational, (iv) clinical and veterinary and (v) cognitive and behavioural.
These are designed for graduate students to learn about areas of neuroscience that fall outside of their own immediate PhD/MPhil research field.
We're kicking off week after next with 4 seminars on the 'Neural basis of cognition and emotion’ to be held at 10-11am on Tuesday and 9.00-10am on Wednesday to Friday, March 12-15th in the Hodgkin-Huxley lecture theatre in the Physiology building.
We encourage you to attend as many of these seminars as you can. They are just one hour long.
March 12th: Tim Bussey: Introduction and neural circuits underlying memory.
March 13th: Amy Milton: Cellular and molecular mechanisms underling memory.
March 14th: Dawn Eagle: Neural substrates of behavioural control.
March 15th: Angela Roberts: The emotional brain.
Posted on Friday 1 March, 2013
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