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NEWS SEMINARS

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Kate Mills has been awarded the British Neuroscience Postgraduate Prize 2015 for her PhD research.

Jenny Crinion, Neurotherapeutics group has been successfully awarded a 4 year MRC Industrial CASE Studentship for "iTALKbetter: an interactive tablet-based application to help aphasic patients speak again", working together with Alex Leff and industry partners SoftV - William Latham and Ian Shaw.

Congratulations to Alexandra Georgescu on the award of a Marie Curie fellowship to study social interaction in the Hamilton lab.

Congratulations to Camilla Nord and Paul Forbes who have been awarded the ICN upgrade Prize (Sully Scholarship) for 2015/2016.

 

 

Monday 08 Feb
Anastasia Sylaidi

Bioengineering Dept, Imperial College London
Towards a unified computational and neurophysiological account of motor learning as continuous action selection in complex motor tasks
Venue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1

Monday 15 Feb
David Pitcher

Dept of Psychology, University of York
How to (temporarily) break the face perception network: combining TMS and fMRI
Venue:Basement seminar room (B10), Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17 Queen Square, London WC1

Monday 22 Feb
Michael Graziano

Princeton Neuroscience Institute, New Jersey
Consciousness and the Social Brain
Venue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1

Monday 29 Feb
Saloni Krishnan

Oxford Study of Children's Communication Impairment Lab, University of Oxford
How does non-classical musical expertise affect the brain? An fMRI study of professional beatboxers and guitarists
Venue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1

Monday 07 Mar
Jonas Obleser

Max Planck Institute, University of Luebeck
The signal and the noise: A neural-oscillations perspective on the listening brain
Venue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1

Monday 14 Mar
Giuseppe di Pellegrino

Dept Psychology, University of Bologna
Title: To be announced
Venue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1

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