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PDN Adrian Seminars in Neuroscience series

 

The Adrian Seminars in Neuroscience are dedicated to Lord Edgar Adrian, renowned Cambridge physiologist and Nobel laureate.

Videos of the latest talk are available below.

All talks will take place on Mondays in the Hodgkin Huxley seminar room, Physiology Building, at 4:30 pm.

 

 

 

Calendar (Lent Term 2018)

 

Date Speaker Hosted by
22
January
2018

Concetta Morrone, University of Pisa, Italy

Plasticity of the adult visual cortex in human

Zoe Kourtzi
29
January
2018

Stefan Schuster, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena

A remarkable combination of skills in hunting archerfish

Kristian Franze
5
February
2018

Tim Bliss, University College London

Synaptic plasticity and memory

Ole Paulsen
Wolfram Schultz

12
February
2018

Rui Costa, Zuckerman Institute,Columbia

Starting new actions and learning from it

Daniel Wolpert

26
February
2018

David Fitzpatrick, Research Group Leader & Scientific Director, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience

“Functional synaptic architecture of visual cortex” 

Trevor Wardill

5
March
2018

Karen Steel, King’s College London

Physiological and genetic heterogeneity in hearing loss

Roger Hardie

12
March
2018

Andreas Lüthi, Friedrich Miescher Institute Basel, Switzerland

Ensemble coding in amygdala circuits
Wolfram Schultz

Adrian Lecture and Seminars Committee

Horace Barlow, Steve Edgley, Kristian Franze, Roger Hardie, Bill Harris, Christine Holt, Zoe Kourtzi, Simon Laughlin (coopted), Roy Patterson, Ole Paulsen (Co-Chair), Hugh Robinson, Wolfram Schultz (Chair), Trevor Wardill, Ian Winter, Daniel Wolpert (coopted), Lyn Dakin (Secretary).

 

Video of the latest Adrian Seminar