Each Friday, selected graduate students give talks on their work. The audience scores each talk, and these scores are sent in confidence to the student concerned (no-one else). Maximum score is 5! There is a prize for the highest scoring talk in each year.
Third year students talk in the Michaelmas term, second years in the Lent term, and first years in the Easter term.
These seminars are highly educational, both for the speakers and the audience.
Student Seminars start on 20th January 12.00 – 13.00pm in the John Van Geest Centre for Brain Repair Library, Forvie Site, Robinson Way
|21st April||Matthew Smith||“Outcome Measures for Eustachian Tube Dysfunction”|
|28th April||Nina Kouli|
|5th May||Joseph McAbee|
|Veselina Petrova||“The Role of Protrudin in Axonal Transport and Regeneration after Injury”|
|12th May||Hannah Somerfield|
|Wiktor Olszowy||“fMRI Studies: How to Validate the Canonical Hemodynamic Response Function?”|
|19th May||Thomas Cope||“Frontal Lobe Degeneration Alters Perception through Excessively Precise Predictions”|
|26th May||Farhana Akter|
|2nd June||David Bargiela|
|Leanne Calviello||“Mathematical Modeling of Cerebral Autoregulation and Hemodynamics”|
|9th June||Deniz Ghaffari|
|Raquel Gomes Alves Da Conceicao|
|16th June||James Henderson|
|Ibrahim Humoud||“Combinatorial Therapy for Neurodegeneration by UPR-Inhibition and Autophagy Enhancement”|
|23rd June||David Howett||“VIrtual Reality Testing of Entorhinal Cortex and Hippocampal function in Alzheimer’s Disease (VIRTECH-AD)”|
Further titles to follow
*For further details please contact Shannon Tinley-Browne on firstname.lastname@example.org