Three PhD students from the Institute of Neuroscience have been selected to give this years ‘Tales from the Biomedical Frontier’ INSIGHTS public lecture.
Each year postgraduate students from the Medical Faculty are chosen to give accounts of their research as part of the INSIGHTS public lecture series. This year all three students were members of the Institute of Neuroscience.
The students, all undertaking PhD's, were: Clare Tweedy with her presentation: Making waves in dementia research. Daniel Erskine with his presentation: Understanding visual hallucinations in dementia and Graham McClelland presenting: When is a stroke not a stroke?
The students presented to a large audience in the Curtis auditorium on 17th November. We hope that they will be available in the public lectures recording archive soon.
published on: 30 November 2016