National Liverpool Neurology and Neurosurgery conference

The Walton Centre: Sid Watkins Building Sid Watkins Building, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

The Liverpool NeuroSoc hosts our 3rd national Liverpool Neurology and Neurosurgery conference on Saturday 8th February 2020. The conference will be taking place in the Sid Watkins Building at the Walton Centre, a specialist Neurology and Neurosurgery NHS Foundation Trust based in Liverpool. This year’s conference is aimed at medical students, trainee doctors, and all […]

£6 – £12

Sutcliffe Kerr Day 2020

The Walton Centre: Sid Watkins Building Sid Watkins Building, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

The Walton Centre & Liverpool Neursocience Group together present an extended programme of clinical neuroscience research presentations, followed by the annual Sutcliffe Kerr lecture. Last year’s programme was a great success, thanks to the support of both our presenters, and the many delegates who attended. As you’ll see below we have an exciting programme of […]

Christopher Murgatroyd: Epigenetic regulation of stress by maternal depression (Cancelled)

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

This event has been cancelled due to the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic. Details of future Liverpool Neuroscience Group meetings will be announced via our mailing list. We encourage members to remain engaged with the LNG – you can contact us here, or via Twitter: @LNeuroscience.   Dr Christopher Murgatroyd, Manchester Metropolitan University Title: “Epigenetic regulation of […]

LNG Seminar: December 2020 – The role of the right hemisphere in calculation

Virtual (Zoom)

Carlo Semenza (University of Padua) The role of the right hemisphere in calculation: evidence from clinical and instrumental studies. Carlo Semenza is neuropsychologist and cognitive neuroscientist, primarily interested in aphasiology, neuropsychology of language, and numerical cognition. He has published several studies underlining the need to better characterise the role of right-hemisphere in numerical processing. Please register in advance […]

Free

LJMU CANS Seminar: Linguistic markers of preclinical cognitive decline

Virtual (Teams)

Kimberly Mueller (University of Wisconsin – Madison)Linguistic markers of preclinical cognitive decline: Results from the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (CANS) 2021 SeminarAll talks at 12 noon. Meeting link upon request to d.bruno@ljmu.ac.uk

Free

LJMU CANS Seminar: Does the non-dominant hemisphere matter?

Virtual (Teams)

Magdalena Sliwinska (Liverpool John Moores University)Does the non-dominant hemisphere matter? TMS investigation of the left hemisphere involvement in facial expression recognition Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (CANS) 2021 SeminarAll talks at 12 noon. Meeting link upon request to d.bruno@ljmu.ac.uk

Free

LJMU CANS Seminar: TBC

Virtual (Teams)

TBC(NB The previously advertised seminar has been cancelled.) Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (CANS) 2021 SeminarAll talks at 12 noon. Meeting link upon request to d.bruno@ljmu.ac.uk

Free

TWC: Sutcliffe Kerr Neuroscience Lecture 2021

The Walton Centre would like to announce this year’s Sutcliffe Kerr Neuroscience Lecture, held in collaboration with the Liverpool Neuroscience Group.Last year’s event was a great success, thanks to the support of both our presenters, and the many delegates who attended. Bearing in mind the current restrictions the event this year will be an evening […]

Free

The Intergenerational Transmission of Depression

. Other – Liverpool Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

LivPsych explores the interaction between maternal mental health as a risk factor for the development of depression in their offspring… Children born to mothers experiencing prenatal and postnatal depression have been shown to be at greater risk of developing subsequent depression, in both adolescence and adulthood.   This talk will describe the evolution of our […]

Free

LJMU CANS Seminar: Attitudes, behaviours, and beliefs amidst the COVID-19 crisis

Virtual (Teams)

Ben Gibson (Liverpool John Moores University)Attitudes, behaviours, and beliefs amidst the COVID-19 crisis: Creating international and national profiles, and assessing relationships with working memory and self-regulation Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (CANS) 2021 SeminarAll talks at 12 noon. Meeting link upon request to d.bruno@ljmu.ac.uk

Free

Event Series LNG:ECR

LNG:ECR Seminar – Managing yourself and your projects

Virtual (Zoom)

LNG:ECR present a new seminar series on Starting & Developing Your Own Lab.Seminar One: Managing yourself and your projects Speakers and topics:Dr Charlotte Krahe: “How to manage yourself and your research.”Dr Benedict Michael: “How to manage project and team dynamics.”15-20 mins talk per speaker followed by 10 mins Q & A.The aim of the seminar […]

Free

LNG 2021 Christmas Symposium: The Gut-Brain Axis

Virtual (Zoom)

Following on from our hugely successful Christmas event in 2019, we are pleased to present a virtual Christmas symposium for 2021. As part of our mission to increase public engagement with neuroscience research, this event is free & open to all. Programme 4PM Do animals suffer from poor mental health (e.g. depression and anxiety) like […]

Event Series LNG:ECR

LNG:ECR Seminar 2: Managing Collaborations & Getting Funding

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

Thursday March 17th 2022, 16:00-17:00 – Hybrid: LJMU / Zoom Speakers: Dr Cathy Montgomery: Setting up and managing collaborations. Prof. Stephen Fairclough: Applying for funding. Location: Room 1.44, Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, L3 3AF Register Here: https://lng.org.uk/ECRSeminar-Zoom (If you’re coming in person, please use the registration form to let us […]

Event Series LNG:ECR

LNG:ECR Seminar & Networking Evening (June 2022)

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

The final seminar of the LNG:ECR series on Starting & Developing Your Own Lab will be held on 7th June 2022, in-person on Edge Hill University’s beautiful campus. The talks will be followed by a tour of the Department of Psychology at Edge Hill University, refreshments, and dinner at The Cricketers in Ormskirk. The evening is […]

Free

The Journey to Mars Begins in Antarctica

LJMU, JP – Lower Lecture Theatre James Parsons Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom

The Journey to Mars Begins in Antarctica: A Psychophysiological Study of Stress, Sleep, and Loneliness. Visiting Scholar Lecture – Open To All Prof. Dr. Martine Van Puyvelde   Thursday 9th June 2022 – 4pm (Earth Time) James Parsons Lower Lecture Theatre – LJMU LJMU’s Faculty of Health are hosting a public lecture by visiting scholar […]

Free

Event Series LNG:ECR

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.

Free

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 […]