Cambridge Neuroscience Event
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Pain: From Periphery to Brain
WhenApril 2nd 13:30-18:00
WhereMcCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College
This workshop will be held on Tuesday 2nd April 2019 in the McCrum Lecture theatre at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (13:30-18:00, with drinks and networking from 17:00). The format will be an afternoon of short talks by postdocs from Cambridge and outside (chaired by Principal Investigators), with plenty of time for formal and informal discussion over refreshments.
This workshop will bring together researchers from different Departments, from both basic and clinical neuroscience, with the aim being to demonstrate the breadth of pain research in Cambridge and facilitate new collaborations by showcasing the range of techniques employed in different labs. The event will be an opportunity to take stock of the research landscape within the University, with snapshots from a range of disciplinary perspectives.Back to top
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Programme at a Glance
13:30-14:00 Registration and refreshments,
Foyer, Mc Crum Lecture theatre, Corpus Christi College
14:00-14:05 Introduction to the meeting, Dr Ewan St John Smith, Department of Pharmacology
Chaired by Dr Ewan St John Smith, Department of Pharmacology
14:05-14:25 Dr Robert Adalbert, Department of Clinical Neurosciences
14:25-14:45 Dr Flavia Mancini, Department of Engineering
14:45-15:05 Ulku Cuhadar, King’s College London
15:05-15:25 Dr John Dawes, Oxford University
15:25-15:55 Refreshments, foyer, Mc Crum Lecture theatre, Corpus Christi College
Chaired by Professor Michael Coleman, Department of Clinical Neurosciences
15:55-16:15 Dr James Hockley, Department of Pharmacology
16:15-16:35 Dr Mike Nahorski, Department of Medical Genetics
16:35-16:55 Maria Niedernhuber, Department of Psychology
16:55-17:00 Closing remarks from Dr Ewan St John Smith, Department of PharmacologyBack to top
The entrance to the McCrum Lecture Theatre is off Benet Street through a passage on the right of the Eagle pub.Back to top
Registration is FREE but is required.
Please enter N/A under Grant Code when prompted. The field requires an entry.
This workshop is supported by Cambridge Neuroscience and The Isaac Newton Trust.Back to top
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Please contact Ewan Smith should you require any further information.
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