the neuroscience 

speaker series 2019

We are proud to bring to you our Neuroscience Speaker Series for the Academic Year 2018/2019.

What is the Speaker Series?

Our speaker series is a bold initiative by our society to extend an invitation to students and public across the United Kingdom, to attend and learn about the latest and greatest neuroscience to date. 
 

How is the series run?

The Series is split into themes, covering a different topic each term.

Our speakers are list of lectures given an expansive variety of experts from the United Kingdom, from academics, scientists, clinicians and even patients themselves. 

Who can attend?

We warmly extend our events to anyone and everyone interested in learning more about the human body's most intricate and marvellous system.

We look forward to meeting you at our events!

Themes

Autumn 2020

COVID Neurology

 

The talk will be lead by Dr Easton, Chief executive of the encephalitis society, and Dr Michael, Co-chair of the WHO task force on neurological complications of COVID19!

Winter 2018

TBC.

Spring 2019

TBC.

For dates, details and registration, please follow our Facebook page.

Please note that all talks are free to attend, but have limited spaces and require prior registration.

 We recommend getting tickets early to avoid disappointment!

Imperial College Neuroscience Society

Imperial College Neuroscience Society is the largest undergraduate and graduate student neuroscience organisation in London, UK. We run over 20 events annually across a wide range of topics for both Imperial and public attendances.​

For membership and event queries: neuro@ic.ac.uk

For sponsorships and partnerships: neuro@ic.ac.uk

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