LNG Christmas Symposium 2023: A Time To Cerebrate!

LJMU, John Lennon Art and Design Building Liverpool School Of Art & Design, 2 Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

It’s time to clock-off, and join us again this year for our Christmas celebration of Neuroscience, with Mince Pies aplenty. Come along on to LJMU’s John Lennon Art & Design Building, at 5:30pm on Tuesday 5th December 2023, without hesitation, deviation or hesitation. This year’s theme, if you haven’t yet clocked it, is Time Perception! […]

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LNG:ECR Seminar – Securing Postdoc Positions and Fellowships

The LNG:ECR Seminar Series is back for 2023-2024. Our first event of the academic year is all about looking-ahead – join us for advice, and discussions on securing postdoc positions, and fellowships. Unsure how to progress and secure your dream job in academia? LNG:ECRs have invited three researchers at different points in their academic journeys […]

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Liverpool Neuroscience Day 2023

LJMU, Redmonds Building Redmonds Building, Brownlow Hill Liverpool, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

Registration for Liverpool Neurosciene Day 2023 is open until noon (12pm) on Thursday 29th June. The LND2023 Programme is now available: (pdf) Venue & Directions Poster Format: Posters should be A0 Portrait. What’s a Preregistration Poster? Preregistration posters give the opportunity to submit plans for studies yet to be undertaken, rather than work that has already been […]

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Liverpool EEG Day

University of Liverpool University of Liverpool, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

Join us for Liverpool EEG Day, a one-day conference on the latest advancements and applications of EEG in neuroscience. We’re excited to host this annual conference for its second year. Our aim is to bring together researchers in Liverpool who are in the field of EEG or those with an interest in the methodology. Hear […]

Sutcliffe Kerr Lecture 2023 – Prion Neurodegeneration – Professor Giovanna Mallucci

The Spine Building The Spine Building, Paddington Village, Knowledge Quarter, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

‘Prion Neurodegeneration’ Professor Giovanna Mallucci, Principle Investigator AltosLabs, Cambridge Institute of Science When: Wednesday 26th AprilWhere: The Spine Building, Knowledge Quarter Liverpool, L7 3FA Please Register Online

RCBB Seminar: Dr. Charlotte KrahĂ© – Translating experimental research to inform interventions for reducing pain, anxiety, and depression

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

In this RCBB Research Seminar Series talk, Dr Charlotte KrahĂ© (LJMU) will present her current research under the title “Translating experimental research to inform interventions for reducing pain, anxiety, and depression. Abstract: Humans are social beings, and close social relationships are critical for our emotional and physical wellbeing. One line of my research focuses on understanding how interactions with others […]

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Pain Relief Foundation: Annual Lecture 2023

Clinical Sciences Centre Clinical Sciences Centre, Lower Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

The Pain Relief Foundation’s Annual Lecture, will be held this year on Friday 31st March at the Clinical Sciences Centre. The keynote speaker is Professor David Bennet (University of Oxford) — Using a stratified medicine approach to improve understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of Neuropathic Pain. The lecture will begin at 6pm, with light refreshments served […]

CANCELLED — RCBB Seminar: Prof Mark Wetherell – The psychobiological processes involved in anticipating and recovering from stressful and demanding events

Liverpool John Moores University Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

Please Note This Event Has Been Cancelled. In this RCBB Research Seminar Series talk, Prof Mark Wetherell (Northumbria University) will present his current research under the title ” The psychobiological processes involved in anticipating and recovering from stressful and demanding events”. If you’d like to attend, or have any queries, please contact Valentina Cazzato or Michael Richter. Venue:  BS 3.19, James Parsons […]

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Computational Modelling of Synaptic Plasticity – Melanie Stefan

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

Professor Melanie Stefan (Medical School Berlin) uses computers to understand learning and memory, from simulating how proteins in the brain work together to strengthen the connection between neurons to using educational data to understand how students learn. In addition to joining the LNG:ECRs to about her career in Neuroscience, Melanie will also be presenting a […]

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Ageing Better Showcase

Edge Hill University Edge Hill University, St Helens Road, Ormskirk, Lancashire, United Kingdom

Join us in this Showcase event organised by Ageing Better with an Active Mind to present and discuss the workshop series findings. By Edge Hill University in partnership with University of the Third Age (U3A) Tï»żhe purpose of the event is to present and discuss the findings of the workshop series. Along with the discussion, […]

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RCBB Seminar: Dr Elsa Fouragnan (Plymouth University) – Ultrasound neuromodulation: Inducing short to medium neuroplastic effects with sound waves.

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

In this RCBB Research Seminar Series talk, Dr Elsa Fouragnan (Plymouth University) will present her current research under the title “Ultrasound neuromodulation: Inducing short to medium neuroplastic effects with sound waves”. Abstract: Ultrasound can make visible what is hidden, for example, an unborn child. We are now putting these high-frequency sound waves – beyond the range of human hearing […]

BRNet: Interacting components of body perception

Inaugral E-seminar from BRNet, an international network of researchers investigating body representation (neuroscience and psychology) – organised in partnership with researchers at LJMU.Speaker: Chirs DijikermanDiscussant: Catherine Preston About the E-Seminar organization: Following on from a series of meetings, we have established a more permanent Body Representation Network for the body rep community. Seminars will occur 3 […]

2022 Christmas Lecture – A festive trip through the history, and future clinical applications of psychedelics.

LJMU, John Lennon Art and Design Building Liverpool School Of Art & Design, 2 Duckinfield Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

The Liverpool Neuroscience Group invites you to join us for a festive trip through the cultural history and future clinical applications of psychedelics. This event is open to all of Liverpool’s neuroscience research community, and will be followed by an informal drinks reception. Talks from 18.00 – 19.30 Drinks Reception 19.30 – 20.30 Speakers: Psychedelic […]

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RCBB Seminar: Dr Ken Valyear (Bangor University)- Changes in the functional organisation of somatosensory cortex following surgical repair of the major nerves of the hand

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

In this RCBB Research Seminar Series talk, Dr Ken Valyear (Bangor University) will present his current research under the title “Changes in the functional organisation of somatosensory cortex following surgical repair of the major nerves of the hand”. Abstract: Our hands are the primary instruments by which we interact with the world, empowered by the nerves that bring to life […]

Lancaster Auditory Neuroscience Network – Inaugural Symposium

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Talks on hearing, speech, and communication by researchers from the Lancaster Auditory Neuroscience Network. Hybrid event. Join us for an afternoon of short talks from colleagues at Lancaster University Dr Bo Yao, Dr Hannah Stewart, Dr Patrick May, Dr Kate Slade, and Professor Chris Plack, followed by a panel discussion. Talk themes intersect hearing, speech, […]

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RCBB Seminar: Dr Amy Bidgood (LJMU) – Individual differences in language development in the preschool years.

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

In this RCBB Research Seminar Series talk, Dr Amy Bidgood (LJMU) will present her current research under the title “Individual differences in language development in the preschool years”. Abstract: Despite the complexity of the task, most children are fluent in at least one language by the time the start school. However, even within the ‘typically developing’ population, large […]

RCBB Seminar: Prof Nicky Edelstyn (Keele University) – From relay station to integrative hub: The evolving view of the thalamus

LJMU, Tom Reilly Building Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

In this RCBB Research Seminar Series talk, Prof Nicky Edelstyn (Keele University) will present her current research under the title “From relay station to integrative hub: The evolving view of the thalamus”. Abstract: Lesions of the mediodorsal and anterior thalamic nuclei consistently produce a neuropsychological footprint that is diverse and inexplicable from the  corticocentric view that considers […]

LNG:ECR Seminar & Networking Event

Liverpool John Moores University Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

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

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