Invited Speakers 2019-20

Thursdays, 1pm - 2pm, refreshments available afterwards

Spring 2020

DATESPEAKERTITLELECTURE THEATREAFTERWARDSHOST
23.01.20 Prof Roi Cohen Kadosh
University of Oxford
Neurointervention to improve performance and brain functions GDC LT1 GDC 1.35 Qadeer Arshad/
Robin Green
30.01.20 Dr Isaac Bianco
UCL
Neural control of predatory behaviour GDC LT1 GDC 1.35 Will Norton
06.02.20 Prof Flav Giorgini
UoL

Rab GTPases and neurodegeneration: from mechanisms to therapeutics

MSB LT2 MSB 208A Ian Forsythe
13.02.20 Prof Fernando
Montealegre-Zapata
University of Lincoln
TBC GDC LT1 GDC 1.35 Ben Warren
20.02.20 Prof Raghu Raghavan
De Montfort University
TBC GDC LT1 GDC 1.35 Panos Vostanis
27.02.20 Dr Eoin McElroy
Dr Quadeer Arshad
UoL
TBC GDC LT1 GDC 1.35
05.03.20 Dr Athena Akrami
UCL
TBC GDC LT1 GDC 1.38 John Apergis-Schoute
12.03.20 Prof Clare Wood
Nottingham Trent University
TBC GDC LT1 GDC 1.25 Sarah White
19.03.20 Dr Julie Seibt
University of Surrey
TBC GDC LT1 GDC 1.25 Michael Okun
26.03.20

Dr Tracey Newman
University of Southampton

TBC MSB LT2 MSB 208 Elizabeta
Mukaetova-Ladinska

Autumn 2019

DATESPEAKERHOSTTITLE
03.10.19 Dr Ian Johnston
University of Sydney
Gonzalo Urcelay Using virtual reality to study spatial cognition in rats and people
10.10.19 Dr Eva Krockow

Dr Matt Buckley  
University of Leicester
Internal speakers The social dilemma of antibiotic prescribing: Empirical insights from the UK, South Africa and Sri Lanka
Human Spatial Cognition: Cognitive mapping, episodic memory, and behavioural assessments of hippocampal function
17.10.19 Dr Isabelle Mareschal
Queen Mary University London
Annemieke Apergis-Schoute Other person perception in adults and children reveals fundamental trait characteristics
24.10.19 Dr Kimberly Kegel-Gleason
Harvard Medical School
Ruth Luthi-Carter Altered activation of the small Rho GTPase Rac1 in Huntington's disease stem cell and animal models
31.10.19 Dr Robert Nash
Aston University
Diana Pinto When feedback is forgotten
07.11.19 Dr Kate Jeffery
University College London
Carlo De Lillo How gravity shapes the neural representation of complex space
14.11.19 Dr Caroline Richards
University of Birmingham
Alice Welham Self-injury in autism: Extending an associative learning account
21.11.19 Dr Lorna Halliday
University of Cambridge
Ian Forsythe Auditory perception in children with hearing loss: links to language
28.11.19 Dr Jeremy Niven
University of Sussex
Swidbert Ott From movement to memory in a central place forager
05.12.19 Prof Jack Mellor
University of Bristol
Andrew Young Regulation of hippocampal memory ensemble formation by acetylcholine
12.12.19 Post Doc Seminar

Victoria Ciampani

Jose Alcala

Development and characterisation of optogenetic tools for control of cellular functions in epithelia

Temporal contiguity attenuates cue-competition in learning

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