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6.30 - 8 pm. Delivered by Lindsay Thomson, Professor of Forensic Psychiatry, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh
This lecture will focus on the importance of sleep to human health, describe stages of sleep and also pathologies of sleep states that put in question our binary views of a process that is fundamental to the existence of all living creatures.
Delirium is an acute derangement of brain function that occurs most frequently during acute illness, surgery or injury. It affects around 1 in 7 hospital patients.
Futures 2018 will explore the technologies that will drive drug development over the next 10 to 15 years, with speakers sharing their visions of the future to celebrate 250 years of pharmacology in Edinburgh. The University of Edinburgh’s Cameron Prize for Therapeutics will also be awarded during the meeting.
Come and hear David J. Price, Professor of Developmental Neurobiology at the University of Edinburgh, explain how and why Edinburgh became a major centre for the pseudoscience of personality prediction in the early 1800s.
Our researchers are taking part in Pint of Edinburgh 2018 in Edinburgh - find them at various locations across the city.....
You are warmly invited to attend the Centre for Dementia Prevention’s winter conference – “Preventing Dementia: Advice and Advances” – which is being held at 7pm on Wednesday 29th November in the Playfair Library at the University
5.30 pm - 7 pm
Professor Andrew Farrall is Honorary Professor of Neuroimaging & Education, & Consultant Neuroradiologist at the University of Edinburgh.
This is a Spoken Word (talk, science) event by an Edinburgh Neuroscience member, as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017.
The Mad Hatter, Grey Matter Festival 2019, running from 11 – 15 March, has something for everyone curious about creativity and neuroscience.