LNG:ECR Seminar & Networking Evening – October 2022 – Call For Speakers

LNG:ECR Seminar & Networking Evening – October 2022 – Call For Speakers

LNG:ECR Seminar & Networking Evening
October 2022

The Liverpool Neuroscience Early Career Research group (LNG:ECR) is hosting an in-person Seminar & Networking Event on Thursday 20th October 2022 at 2pm.

Location: TBC- Likely to be LJMU’s Student Life Building on Copperas Hill. 


This is a new format event – put together with ECRs (of all stages) in mind – part workshop, part networking event; The aim is to learn about good presentation techniques (from a experienced lecturer), and to get to know fellow neuroscientists from across the city region.

In the first half: short presentations by ECRs (like you!) about their research will be followed by friendly discussions. In the second half: Dr. David Carey (Bangor University) will lead a session on giving an effective & engaging Neuroscience presentation.

2pm Onwards

20th October 2022

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Register as a speaker:

We are putting out a call for presenters – students, postdocs, & PIs – who would benefit from discussing their research in an informal environment, with other neuroscientists – so please register your interest as a speaker here if:

  • you’d like to tell us about your interesting study, exciting results or new technology;
  • you have a research problem & want to pick our brains;
  • you want to forge new connections, or invite collaborators to join your project;
  • there’s a burning neuroscience issue you want to discuss with like-minded folk;

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if you’re just interested in coming along:



2:00pm – 10-minute presentations, with time for discussion, problem solving, and encouragement after each talk. ECRs at any stage are encouraged to contribute.

4:00pm – Dr David Carey will lead a session giving effective presentations

5:00pm – Nibbles, drinks and networking

(Times subject to change)

About Dr. David Carey

Reader in Psychology, Bangor University

David Carey studies sensorimotor control processes in healthy volunteers and neurological patients. Current projects include recording and quantifying manual asymmetries in left-handers and right-handers and quantification of attentional biases towards the preferred hand, which may prove a useful marker for cerebral asymmetries for speech and language.

Dr. Carey is an enthusiastic and engaging lecturer, and he’s kindly accepted our invite (and challenge!) to present on presenting effectively [as a neuroscientist].

LNG:ECR is the multi-disciplinary special interest group of young researchers (students, postdocs, PIs) from across the city, with research spanning many diverse areas in neuroscience.

The target audience is new PIs, postdocs and PhD students from the Neuroscience research community, but all are welcome. It will be a great networking opportunity, so we are looking forward to seeing you all in person.

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