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Thursday 5th May 2016

A neural circuit that regulates cortical state and enhances plasticity

A neural circuit that regulates cortical state and enhances plasticity
Date
05/05/2016
Location
Gordon Museum, Guy's Campus, Hodgkin Building, SE1 1UL
Description
This Department of Developmental Neurobiology Seminar will be presented by Dr Melanie Woodin and hosted by Winnie Wefelmeyer.
Wednesday 11th May 2016

Mitochondria: are they causal players in senescence

Mitochondria: are they causal players in senescence
Date
11/05/2016
Location
Guys Campus, Wolfson CARD Seminar Room, Wolfson Wing
Description
This Wolfson CARD seminar will be presented by Dr Joao Passos of the University of Newcastleand hosted by Dr Joe Bateman.
Thursday 12th May 2016

ADHD Assessment & treatment for Adults

ADHD Assessment & treatment for Adults
Date
12/05/2016
Location
Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience
Description
A practical and clinically-focused one day introduction to the assessment and diagnosis of ADHD in adults.
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Workshop

Generating asymmetric features in a symmetric muscular organ & associated neuronal circuits: The diaphragm of mammals

Generating asymmetric features in a symmetric muscular organ & associated neuronal circuits: The diaphragm of mammals
Date
12/05/2016
Location
Guy's Campus, Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt’s House, SE1 1UL
Description
This Department of Developmental Neurobiology Seminar will be presented by Dr Valérie Castellani and hosted by Sarah Guthrie.
Wednesday 18th May 2016

Lighting up receptor signalling with fluorescence complementation

Lighting up receptor signalling with fluorescence complementation
Date
18/05/2016
Location
Guys Campus, Wolfson CARD Seminar Room, Wolfson Wing
Description
This Wolfson CARD seminar will be presented by Dr Nick Holliday of the University of Nottingham and hosted by Runisha Moodaley/Prof Helen Cox.
Thursday 19th May 2016

Chocolate cake or ice cream? Why does it take so long to decide between two good options

Chocolate cake or ice cream? Why does it take so long to decide between two good options
Date
19/05/2016
Location
Guy's Campus, Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt’s House, SE1 1UL
Description
This Department of Developmental Neurobiology Seminar will be presented by Professor Alexandre Pouget and hosted by QueeLim Ch'ng.
Tuesday 24th May 2016

Immunopsychiatry Meeting: Beneficial & adverse consequences of increased brain plasticity: the interplay between antidepressants & quality of the environment

Immunopsychiatry Meeting: Beneficial & adverse consequences of increased brain plasticity: the interplay between antidepressants & quality of the environment
Date
24/05/2016
Location
Denmark Hill Campus, IoPPN Main Building, Robin Murray A, SE5 8AF
Description
This Immunopsychiatry meeting will be presented by Dr Igor Branchi (Rome).
Tuesday 31st May 2016

A role for NMDARs in Construction of a Hippocampal feedforward inhibitory pathway

A role for NMDARs in Construction of a Hippocampal feedforward inhibitory pathway
Date
31/05/2016
Location
Guy's Campus, Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunt’s House, SE1 1UL
Description
This Department of Developmental Neurobiology Seminar will be presented by Dr Chris J. McBain and hosted by Beatriz Rico.
Friday 3rd June 2016

Alzheimer's Open Day

Alzheimer's Open Day
Date
03/06/2016
Location
82–96 Grove Lane, Denmark Hill Campus, London SE5 8SN, ORTUS learning and events centre
Description
All members of the public are welcome to join us at this annual event to find out about cutting-edge dementia research at King's College London.
Tuesday 7th June 2016

Immunopsychiatry Meeting: Inflammation & Neurogenesis

Immunopsychiatry Meeting: Inflammation & Neurogenesis
Date
07/06/2016
Location
Denmark Hill Campus, IoPPN Main Building, SE5 8AF, Small Lecture Theatre
Description
This Immunopsychiatry meeting will be presented by Alessandra Borsini (KCL).
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