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Cambridge Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Seminars

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Seminars providing a forum for neuroscientists across Cambridge and beyond to discuss contemporary and interdisciplinary research topics and issues.

During Michaelmas, this seminar series will complement an ongoing effort by Cambridge Neuroscience, CATS and Cambridge Public Health to highlight and connect researchers at Cambridge working on mental health topics during the pandemic.

The seminars are intended to provide an additional forum for a more detailed discussion of the areas surrounding COVID -19, neuroscience and mental health.

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8 upcoming talks and 0 talks in the archive.

Is the COVID-19 pandemic really causing mental illness?

UserProfessor Paul Fletcher.

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockTuesday 13 October 2020, 16:00-17:00

NeuroCOVID: Epidemiology, biomarkers, and pathophysiology

UserProfessor David Menon.

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockTuesday 20 October 2020, 16:00-17:00

Population studies and ageing brains, in a time of COVID

UserProfessor Carol Brayne ( Department of Public Health and Primary Care).

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockMonday 02 November 2020, 16:00-17:00

Title to be confirmed

UserDr. David Belin.

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockTuesday 17 November 2020, 16:00-17:00

TBC

UserDr. Topun Austin (Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust).

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ClockTuesday 01 December 2020, 16:00-17:00

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