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'From habit to addiction: A slippery slope' - Free and open to all - TONIGHT!


15 May 2013, 6.15-9.15pm, doors open at 6pm

The Cambridge Union, Cambridge 

Free and open to all
 
We are pleased to invite you to 'From habit to addiction: A slippery slope', an evening of science discussion exploring the social, neural and genetic factors underlying addiction. The transition from occasional habit to chronic addiction may be key to society's negative relationship with drugs, but how much do we know about the process of becoming addicted and what roles do biological and social factors play?

Join three scientists working on the science behind addiction and hear how genetics, neuroscience and social factors contribute towards turning a habit into an addiction.
 
Speakers:
 • John Marioni (chair), European Bioinformatics Institute
 • Scott Vrecko, King's college London
 • Karen Ersche, University of Cambridge
 • Gunter Schumann, King's college London
 
For more information on the evening's programme and to register your interest, please visit: www.ebi.ac.uk/training/public/addiction

Follow the event on twitter: #scisoc
Download the poster.
To request a printed copy of the event poster, please email katrina@ebi.ac.uk

Posted on 12/04/2013

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