2014 UCL Neuroscience Symposium
By Siri Ranlund, on 26 June 2014
On the 19th June the 2014 Neuroscience Symposium took place at UCL. This was a great opportunity to hear about all the fantastic neuroscience research that takes place here. There were a wide range of great talks; from synaptic plasticity in the visual cortex, to novel methods of functional neurosurgery, and the neural mechanisms of social interactions (among many, many more).
It was also an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues from across UCL, whilst reading the many posters on display. Even the food was pretty good. All in all, a very enjoyable day!
More information about future events across the UCL Neuroscience domain can be found here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/research/domains/neuroscience
This year’s programme front page image “Zebrafish Brain” by Kate Turner: