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Neurodevelopmental Disorders Annual Seminar 2018

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Room CC1.3 Technocentre

Coventry University Technology Park

Puma Way

Coventry

CV1 2TT

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This seminar series started in 2012-2013 as a collaboration between Dr Jo Van Herwegen, Dr Emily Farran and Dr Deborah Riby and provided a platform for early career as well as established researchers to discuss the application of recently developed tools and innovative research methods to the study of neurodevelopmental disorders (with specific focus given to developmental trajectory approaches, the application of eye-tracking techniques and error analysis). The series were sponsored by the British Psychological Society, Williams Syndrome Foundation, and BPS developmental section. The series continues as an annual conference series that will move around the UK.

The seminar meetings primarily aim to explore COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR associated with a range of neurodevelopmental disorders. The seminar day on 21st June includes two parallel sessions of talks, two keynote presentations (one early career speaker, Dr Hana D'Souza, and one established leading academic, Dr Jacqui Rodgers) and a poster session throughout the day to allow a wide range of issues to be discussed with presentations from researchers at all stages of their careers. With a wine reception and optional social dinner to follow, the event will also be a great social opportunity to engage with others in the field. There will be a workshop on 22nd June on Impact and Engagement: Why it Matters in Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research. For this workshop, we have put together an exciting programme of speakers and activities to provide researchers with the opportunity to reflect on and develop their engagement and impact activities. This will include an interactive workshop on increasing impact and engagement potential, information about impact within the REF framework and perspectives on engagement and impact from both a leading neurodevelopmental researcher and from a parent involved in research.

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CV1 2TT

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