Neurons, synapses & circuits - from function to disease

Conference to discuss the latest advancements in neuronal activity & synaptic function in the human brain.

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Jul 03, 2018
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If you are visiting Sydney, Australia in August, there is a neuroscience conference happening.

Neurons, synapses & circuits - from function to disease.

The conference will discuss advancements in neuroscience, especially our understanding of how the brain functions and applying this knowledge to the treatment of mental and neurological problems. 

Date: 16 to 18 August, 2018 

Location: Q Station, Manly, Sydney, Australia.

Registration costs $200 and includes a buffet dinner on Friday August 17.

Abstract submissions are encouraged prior to the deadline of July 15.

Please follow the link to the Queensland Brain Institute to learn more about this event.

https://qbi.uq.edu.au/event/6723/neurons-synapses-circuits-function-disease



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Gabrielle Ahern

Community Editor, npj Science of Learning Community

I have developed a mixed portfolio of skills and experience in science communication and in my spare time, I develop original content to educate others about different themes in science. My qualifications include a Bachelor of Marine Studies (Honours), University of Queensland; a Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Australia City College; a Graduate Certificate specialising in Tertiary Teaching and Learning Practices, University of Wollongong; and a Graduate Certificate majoring in Journalism, UQ. You're welcome to contact me for a chat.

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