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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.

The seminars planned for 2021/22 are intended to provide an additional forum for a more detailed discussion of the new emerging themes of Cambridge Neuroscience:

Neurons, Circuits and Networks

Social Behaviour and Communication

Brains & Machines

Adaptive Brains and Machines

Lifelong Brain Development

Beyond the Neuron: glia, vascular and immune cells

They will be open to both members of the University, external academics and members of the public. We have tried to reflect the diversity of people’s interests at the University with our programme, and the breadth of the research taking place in Cambridge. We had a very successful first term of seminars where the presentations focused on Covid-19, Neuroscience and Mental Health.

Recordings of the talks will be made available at the following link:

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Dr Dervila Glynn. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

3 upcoming talks and 37 talks in the archive.

Dr Deborah Vickers

UserDr Deborah Vickers, Clinical Neurosciences.

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockTuesday 11 October 2022, 16:00-17:00

Zero to Birth: How the Human Brain is Built

UserProfessor Bill Harris, Department of Physiology, Development and Neurosciences, University of Cambridge.

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockTuesday 18 October 2022, 16:00-17:00

Hypothalamic episode generators underlying the neural control of fertility

UserProfessor Allan Herbison, Physiology, Development and Neuroscience.

HouseRegister on Zoom - link in abstract.

ClockTuesday 25 October 2022, 16:00-17:00

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