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The 2018 inaugural research symposium aims to provide an opportunity for researchers in Edinburgh and from across the Bilingualism Matters international network to come together to share and exchange ideas on any aspect of bilingualism, with a focus on dissemination potential beyond the academic world.
The Edinburgh Neuroscience Autumn School for PhD Students is aimed at first and final years students from any neuroscience-related background. It is designed to encourage interdisciplinary mixing from the earliest stages of a research career and build confidence in approaching your future studies and career.
Are you just starting your PhD and want to become the best researcher possible? Are you nearing the end of your PhD and want to know what happens in a thesis defence, or what career paths are out there? No idea how to use a microphone properly or a bit shy about how to ask a question? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions then the Edinburgh Neuroscience Autumn School for PhD Students is for you!
This will be the second meeting of scientists, clinicians and researchers interested in furthering our understanding of Parkinson’s disease.
This three-day conference will cover all functional disorders in neurology.
The Away Day showcases our breadth of research and associated activities, with presentations and discussions from academics and professional services staff from across the Centre.
The student-run Edinburgh University Neurological Society organises this annual meeting for students, by students, which is now in its 5th year. The 2017 conference has a variety of excellent talks and workshops planned including Professor Tony Holland from Cambridge and Professor Janet Eyre from Newcastle. It's an event not to be missed!
This student organised conference is open for anyone with an interest in neuroscience and the mind, be you a scientist, medical student, psychologist or an interested member of the public. This one day event is packed full of opportunities to learn, talk and share research about neuroscience.
This meeting will aim to build on the progress made in previous sessions and develop a Scottish ‘Network of Excellence’ for imaging research in neuro-oncology.
The 9th annual NiSALS meeting will be hosted by Edinburgh. It will start morning of Wednesday 5th December, ending lunchtime Thursday 6th December, allowing onward travel to the main ALS symposium which is in Glasgow (~1 hour by train).