The forthcoming Cambridge Neuroscience Symposium will take place on the 7th and 8th of September 2017 at West Road Concert Hall, University of Cambridge. The theme for this symposium is ‘Neural Networks in Health and Disease’ comprising seven sessions including ‘Building Circuits’, ‘Network Analysis and Functional Circuits’, ‘Ageing Circuits’, ‘Emotional Circuits’ and ‘Modulating Circuits’.
The programme will feature many distinguished national and international speakers, 22 speakers in total (10 from USA, 4 from Europe and UK and 8 from Cambridge). This is generally a very popular meeting, which attracts an international audience of up to 500 delegates.
Technological developments have enabled us to study neural networks and circuits at unprecedented level of detail. At the same time, network science has come of age to be able to analyse these new data. Together, great new insights into brain function and dysfunction have emerged. This symposium aims to bring together experts in these fields of neuroscience and take us to the forefront of our current understanding of modern brain science.
Registration closes on August 25th 2017
To register and for more information visit www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/events