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Mar

14

Monday

Sound and Vision

6.30pm

Lectures

Public

Speaker: Professor Jamie Ward

Series: Brain Awareness Week

Opening event with guest speaker Professor Jamie Ward from Sussex University who will talk about his research into synaesthesia.

In natural environments, individual senses are rarely stimulated in isolation.  As a result of this, the brain is tuned to integrate different sensory inputs to guide behaviour.  Moreover, stimulation of only one sense often modulates activity in brain regions supporting other senses and, in some people, results in perceptual experiences in that other sense (e.g. seeing sounds) – a phenomenon termed synaesthesia.

Free drinks and snacks.

Events across Europe for Brain Awareness Week run from 14th to 20th March. Out of 79 applications for funding, ours at City is 1 of 36 in 23 European countries to be selected by FENS (Federation of European Neuroscience Societies) for support by The Dana Foundation.

Room DLG19 in the Rhind Building

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When & where

6.30pmMonday 14th March 2016

Rhind Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1R 0JD United Kingdom

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Free events at City University (Rhind Building, DLG19)

March 14th, 16th, and 18th

'Heroes of Neurons' presents "Brains at Work!"

An intimate and exciting exploration of the brain, from neurological mishaps to the stresses of the working world.

Join us for wine and nibbles after each event!



Please sign up below for the event(s) you are interested in.


1. Sound & Vision: Monday 14th March, 6:30pm

Rhind Building, DLG19

Prof. Jamie Ward, Sussex University, presents the inaugural event of Brain Awareness Week at City University, with a discussion of synaesthesia and the multi-sensory brain.


2. Speed Science: Wednesday 16th March, 6pm

Rhind Building, DLG19

An interactive evening of informal Q&A in which the audience get the chance to ask questions to each of our speakers in dynamic 3 minute slots.

Confirmed speakers: Dr Ira Konstantinou (Richmond University), Dr Richard Cook (City University London), Dr Iasonas Triantis (City University London), and Ramiro Joly-Mascheroni (City University London).


3. Well-being at Work: Friday 18th March, 6pm

Rhind Building, DLG19

Dr. Paul Flaxman and Dr. Carien van Reekum close Brain Awareness week with talks on psychological well-being and what happens to your brain after prolonged activation at work.


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