Dr Finnerty organises symposium at world’s largest neuroscience meeting

Dr Finnerty organises symposium at world’s largest neuroscience meeting Posted on 05/11/2015 Dr Gerald Finnerty Nearly 30,000 people attended the Society for Neuroscience’s (SFN) annual meeting in Chicago last month, which featured a symposium organised by Dr Gerald Finnerty from the Division of Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London.  The conference is the largest neuroscience meeting in the world, bringing together leading neuroscience experts from across the globe.   The symposium arranged by Dr Finnerty, entitled ‘Time in cortical circuits’, examined how neural circuitry in our brain generates time-dependent cognition. The speakers considered novel ways that cortical circuits use timing to enhance function and to tell time. They also highlighted progress in the understanding of how time perception expands our ability to anticipate stimuli and…


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