Wiring Together: Neuroplasticity in the brain

Saturday 11 March 2017

Wiring Together: Neuroplasticity in the brain



Saturday 11 March 2017
8:30am - 6pm
New Hunt's House Lecture Theatre 1, Guy's Campus, SE1 1UL

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Wiring Together: Neuroplasticity in the brain

KCL NeuroSoc is very excited to announce its 4th annual one-day conference titled “Wiring Together: Neuroplasticity in the Brain”!

This year’s conference is focusing on neuroplasticity and the spectacular changes that take place in the brain from a molecular and cellular level to a cognitive and behavioural level. In order to better outline the numerous facets of neuroplasticity, we have classified the programme into five categories:
- cellular/molecular
- developmental
- clinical
- cognitive/behavioural
- plasticity in neuronal networks, 

There will be 6 KEYNOTE LECTURES covering topics such as: - mechanisms of cerebral cortical plasticity - fMRI neurofeedback training for enhancing neuroplasticity in Huntington’s Disease - how memory mechanisms are altered in disease states - restoring hand function after paralysis through closed-loop control of spinal cord stimulation - growth cone pathfinding - altered connectivity in the spinal cord and brainstem in neuropathic pain. Also, participants will have the amazing opportunity to attend 4 WORKSHOPS during the day and showcase their research in a poster session during the lunch interval, with prizes to be awarded to the best 3 posters. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!



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