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Now in its 7th year, this very sucessful conference is organised by students, for students. It brings together basic and medical undergraduate students from across the UK for a day of talks and workshops. It is also a great chance to present any project work you may have undertaken during a vacation or during an honours project.
This three day conference will investigate the interrelations between Gestalt Psychology, Phenomenology, and contemporary Cognitive Science. This conference is funded by the Cambridge New Directions in the Study of Mind project, supported by the John Templeton Foundation, with additional funding from the Scots Philosophical Association, EIDYN, and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. Attendance is free, but we would be grateful if you could register your intention to attend by emailing Dr. Rosa Hardt (firstname.lastname@example.org) with "Registration: The World in Us" in the subject line.
This symposium is jointly hosted by the Centre for Integrative Physiology and the Muir Maxwell Epilepsy Centre. The afternoon is titled "Networks and Epilepsy" and features the TTS Ingram Memorial Lecture by Prof Mark Richardson, Head of the Division of Neuroscience, Vice Dean of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London.
This one-day annual symposium of the UK Dementia Research Institute at Edinburgh.
This two-day meeting will mark the launch of the UK Dementia Research Institute at Edinburgh It will bring together speakers from throughout Scotland, and beyond.
Many people talk about ‘resilience’, but what exactly is it? What factors make some people more resilient than others? Is it their brain or their environment? This event brings together mental health researchers, practitioners, and members of the public to discuss and debate this important issue, which affects every one of us.
A day of talks about depression and the STRADL programme of research
Psychiatric diagnoses sometimes seem to be everywhere. Often the categories discussed within healthcare settings and popular culture are the ones listed in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – the DSM. How, though, are DSM diagnoses really used outside the US - and especially in mental health law? Perhaps more importantly, how should they be used?
Full programme below.
William Longworth Memorial Lecture (11.45-12.30)
"Management of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease"
Professor Michael Seckl (Professor of Molecular Cancer Medicine, Imperial College London; Director of Charing Cross Gestational Trophoblastic Disease and Malignant Ovarian Germ Cell Tumour Services; and Head Supraregional Tumour Marker Assay Service)
The XIII European Meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease invites participation from neuroglia researchers from all over the world to Edinburgh.