Seminars

The Liverpool Neuroscience Group organises seminars & lectures on various Neuroscience-related topics. Our partner institutions also regularly hold departmental seminars which may be of interest to Liverpool Neuroscience Group members.

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January 2019

Hope Psychology: Autistic people can imitate novel biological kinematics during voluntary imitation

January 23 @ 16:00 - 17:00
Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park
Childwall, Liverpool, Merseyside L16 9JD United Kingdom
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Speaker: Dr. Spencer Hayes, University College London.   Autism spectrum disorder is a neurodevelopmental condition characterised by differences in restricted, repetitive patterns of behaviour, interests or activities, and persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction. In addition to these core characteristics, it is well reported that autistic people show differences in sensorimotor functioning - such as gait, motor planning, and imitation. Whilst autistic people can imitate the goal of the action (e.g., to pick up a cup), it has been…

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RCBB Seminar: How does cognition contribute to the signs and symptoms of chronic pain?

January 30 @ 14:00 - 15:00
LJMU, Tom Reilly Building, Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street
Liverpool, Merseyside L3 3AF United Kingdom
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How does cognition contribute to the signs and symptoms of chronic pain? Dr Chris Brown. University of Liverpool. Host: Dr Susannah Walker Room: TRB 1.44 (This talk has been rescheduled - previously due to be held in December 2018)

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February 2019

CANS Meeting: Samatha Brooks

February 12 @ 12:00 - 13:00
LJMU, Tom Reilly Building, Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street
Liverpool, Merseyside L3 3AF United Kingdom
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Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience research group meeting. Speaker: Dr Samantha Brooks. Title: Learning from the neural correlates of Anorexia Nervosa about how we might treat Substance Use Disorder. The rising trend of internationally competitive research into the cognitive control of impulsivity reflects the importance of examining the neural mechanisms of impulse control.  The rising trend might be due to impulse control deficits contributing substantially to the increase in serious mental and physical disorders that are prevalent globally. Impulse control, the tendency…

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March 2019

CANS Meeting: Nicola Jones

March 12 @ 12:00 - 13:00
LJMU, Tom Reilly Building, Tom Reilly Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street
Liverpool, Merseyside L3 3AF United Kingdom
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Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience @ LJMU. Speaker: Nicola Jones Nicola's interests include learning, memory and attention, and how these processes are represented behaviourally and at a neural level in both typical and atypical populations. Her PhD research was focused on investigating the effects of glucoregulation on memory and face recognition in older adults.

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GSTT: Molecular Insights into Parkinson’s Disease: Deciphering the Mechanism of Parkin E3 Ligase and PINK1 Kinase

March 25 @ 13:00 - 14:00
UoL, Life Sciences Building, Crown Street
Liverpool, L69 7ZB United Kingdom
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Genomes, Systems and Therapeutic Targeting Seminar Series.
Speaker: Dr Atul Kumar, Dundee University

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April 2019

CANS meeting: Stergios Makris

April 9 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Stergios Makris, Edge Hill University Motor resonance as an implicit measure of bias

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