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UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences Postgraduate Research Conference 2022

UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences Postgraduate Research Conference 2022

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The Kennedy Lecture Theatre, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

30 Guilford Street

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Join fellow postgraduate researchers across the faculty in sharing your research, networking and building connections.

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Faculty of Brain Sciences PGR Conference 2022

27th of May

Registration: 9:00-9:30am.

Welcome address: Prof. Alan Thompson, Faculty Dean

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Sanjay Sisodiya, ION Deputy Director Sustainability & Climate Change & Consultant Neurologist

Look forward to: PGR talks, industry/career discussions and prizes.

Followed by networking, drinks and nibbles.

Apply to present a PGR Talk: A chance to be selected to present at the Faculty of Brain Sciences PGR Conference 2022. Present your research, develop skills and be in the running to win prizes within categories and best overall presentation. Eight-minute talks followed by two minutes for questions. Deadline for submissions 30th of April.

APPLY to present a PGR TALK

Compete in the 3MT competition: To be held online on Tuesday 10th of May 17:00. Challenge yourself to present your thesis with only one slide and 3 minutes! Prizes available for Best 3-minute presentation and The People's Choice award. The two winners will go on to represent the Faculty at the UCL 3MT competition.

COMPETE in the 3MT competition

Details on industry attendees, and program to follow.

Any questions please email: 2022pgrconferenceteam@live.ucl.ac.uk

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