speakerS list

Dr

A. Aldo Faisal

Imperial Collge London

"Real-world neuroscience and its applications"

 Professor

James L. McGaugh

University of California, Irvine 

"Making Lasting Memories"

2020 Speakers

Professor

Simone Di Giovanni,

Imperial College London 

"Neural Activity Dependent

Signals For Repair & Recovery

Following Spinal Cord Injury"

Professor

Tamas Revesz, 

University College London

"Disease Progression & 

Spread In Neurodegenerative Diseases"

Professor

Emrah Duzel, 

University College London

"Effects Of Preclinical

Alzheimer's Pathology On

Episodic Memory Circuits"

Professor 

Nilli Lavie,

University College London

"Distracted, Confused & Unaware? The Elusive Gift

Of Attention"

previous speakers

Professor
John Donoghue,

Brown University

"Neuroscience Beyond The Lab"

Sir

Colin Blackmore,

University Of Oxford

"Perception - Deciphering The

Human Experience"

"A Novel Approach To

Alzheimer's Disease"

Baroness

Susan Greenfield, 

University Of Oxford

Professor
John O'Keefe,

University College London

"The Journey To The

Hippocampal Cognitive Map"

Professor

Maria Grazia Spillantini, 

University Of Cambridge

"Protein Misfolding In

Neurodegenerative Disease"

Professor

David Nutt,

Imperial College London

"Pharmacology - A Vital Key To

Understanding The Brain"

Professor

Wolfram Schultz,

University Of Cambridge

"Reward In The Brain: Neuronal Signals For Reward & Economic Decision-Making"

Professor

Mark Wilson,

Imperial College London

"Brain Injury: New Thoughts"

Dr

Timothy Brown, 

University of Manchester

"Rhythms & Blue: Using Light

To Tell The Time Of Day"

Dr

Janine Bijsterbosch,

University Of Oxford

"From Connectivity To Biomarker"

Professor

Karen Duff

University College London

"Pathogenic mechanisms in the tauopathies"

Dr

 Christof Koch

Allen Institute of Brain Science 

"Linking Function to Structure: A Survey of Spiking Activity Reveals a Functional Hierarchy"
 

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