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'Let's talk about health' series public talk by Dr Tom Russ, Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences, and Dr Mark Miller, University/BHF Centre for Cardiovascular Research
Professor Tom Gillingwater (Professor of Anatomy, Centre for Integrative Physiology) has over 100 student volunteers running activities and talking to the public about anatomy this Saturday so why not pop along and find out what they are doing (it
A one -day meeting for neuroscientists, this meeting rotates around major institutions in Scotland and is returning to Edinburgh for 2019! It is a really enjoyable day full of short talks and posters and is an ideal environment for PhD students and early years researchers to present their work to colleagues from across Scotland.
Co-organised by Professor Lesley Colvin, University of Edinburgh, and Chair, SPaRC
The Scottish TSE Network (STN) will host their annual one-day international symposium at the Roslin Institute (Edinburgh, UK) on state of the art approaches to studying neurodegenerative diseases that are consistent with the 3R principles (replacement, refinement, reduction) of animals in research.
The 2019 SINAPSE Annual Scientific Meeting will be held on Friday, 21st June 2019 at the Apex City Quay Hotel Dundee, highlighting the latest developments in clinical and experimental imaging for researchers across Scotland.
4.30 - 6pm, either Seminar Room 2 or Undergraduate Teaching Room, Chancellor's Building, Little France.
A chance to meet neuroscience colleagues working in Chancellor's Building at the Bioquarter campus, Little France. This is a joint event between Centres for Clinical Brain Sciences and Discovery Brain Sciences. Just pop along for beer, pizza, and a chat!
Special Lecture given by Dr John Chalmers on Andrew Duncan the Founder of the Edinburgh Lunatic Asylum
Hosted by the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences - Psychiatry seminar series, this afternoon event brings together two of the UK's leading researchers on the involvement of neuroinflammation in schizophrenia and depression.
Tensor based methods have found many applications in a number of scientific fields such as telecommunications, neuroscience, medicine and biology. The goal of the meeting is to bring together researchers in the theory and application of tensor based methods. The scope is to disseminate the current methodology in tensor analysis and the communication of algorithms, technologies, practical issues and applications