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Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar, 2011

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Following the success of the 2010 Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar, we are delighted to announce the 23rd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar. The theme for 2011 is From eponym and acronym to mechanistic taxonomy, hosted by the Department of Clinical Neurosciences.

Registration for this event is required and we recommend you register early to guarantee a place:

This event, hosted by the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, provides:

1. Poster presentations: An opportunity to present your research to the Cambridge Neurosciene community during our extended lunchtime poster session. Register for this event with your provisional poster title and we will then be in contact with you asking for your full poster abstract – final deadline the 5th March, 2011.

2. Plenary Speakers: including Professor Mathias Jucker, Hertie Institute and Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Tubingen and Sir John Walker, MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Cambridge

3. Symposia Sessions: including – Proteinopathies and neurodegeneration, Neuropsychiatric traits and Mitochondrial disease

4. Covering research areas such as: Autophagy in neurodegeneration, The natural history of mild cognitive impairment, Dementia and tauopathy, Prion-like properties of neurodegenerative disease, Autism spectrum disorders, Mechanisms underlying schizophrenia symptoms, Endophenotypes for drug addiction, Mitochondrial cytopathies, Inflammatory injury of mitochondria and neurodegeneration, Structure and mechanism of respiratory complex 1 and Mitochondria and Human Disease.

5. Evening Public Plenary Lecture: with Prof Ed Bullmore to coincide with the Cambridge Science Festival and Brain Awareness Week.

6. Relevant scientific exhibitions.

We hope you can make it!

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