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Centre for Neurotechnology Annual Research Symposium
A day of talks and posters showcasing Neurotechnology research at Imperial and beyond.
Download the event programme for full abstracts and directions to the symposium.
09.30 Arrival and coffee
09.50 Welcome from Simon Schultz, Centre Director
10.00 Plenary talk – James Fawcett, University of Cambridge
Restoring function after spinal cord injury
10.45 Paul Chadderton, Imperial College
Encoding of voluntary movement by a neuronal machine
11.35 Nadia Malik, Eli Lilly & Co
12.05 CDT Neurotechnology student talks - Diana Lucaci & Peter Quicke
Measuring local and distant synaptic connectivity in the brain during ageing
Synaptic connectivity measurements using genetically encoded voltage indicators
12.45 Lunch and poster session
14.15 Plenary talk – Wouter Serdijn, Delft University of Technology
Getting better with electroceuticals; implantable and injectable electronics to the rescue
15.00 Dan Goodman, Imperial College
Localising sounds in the real world
15.50 Timothy O'Leary, University of Cambridge
How do neurons control their properties?
16.20 David Sharp, Imperial College
Predicting and preventing traumatic brain injury
16.50 Discussion + Q&A session on CDT Neurotechnology project call 2017/18
17.15 Drinks reception
Please note that places are normally restricted to members of Imperial College and those with an association with the College.