Dr Sofia Bonicalzi

Kate Mills has been awarded the British Neuroscience Postgraduate Prize 2015 for her PhD research. Jenny Crinion, Neurotherapeutics group has been successfully awarded a 4 year MRC Industrial CASE Studentship for “iTALKbetter: an interactive tablet-based application to help aphasic patients speak again”, working together with Alex Leff and industry partners SoftV – William Latham and Ian Shaw.   Monday 25 JanJon SimonsDept of Psychology, University of CambridgeThe subjective experience of rememberingVenue:Lecture Theatre, Clinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1 Monday 01 FebKai VogeleyDept of Psychiatry, University Hospital CologneNeural mechanisms of intersubjectivityVenue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building, 33 Queen Square, London WC1 Monday 08 FebAnastasia SylaidiBioengineering Dept, Imperial College LondonTowards a unified computational and neurophysiological account of motor learning as continuous action selection in complex motor tasksVenue:Lecture Theatre, Cllinical Neuroscience Building,…


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