6th Cambridge Neuroscience Biennial Symposium
Event Sep 07 - Sep 08, 2017
Location: Cambridge, UK
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.
There will be a reception and gala dinner at Trinity College on the evening of September 7th 2017. A fantastic line up of speakers have been confirmed with Professor Bill Seeley (UCSF) delivering the Andrew Huxley plenary lecture, Ed Callaway (Salk) delivering the Andrew Hodgkin Lecture and Professor Albert-Lazlo Barabasi (Northeastern University) opening the conference.