Improving reproducibility in neuroscience
Monday 13 March @ 4 pm – 5:30 pm (Lecture Theatre, Le Gros Clark Building)
Putting some muscle into hearing: motor to auditory pathways for adaptive hearing and vocal learning
Friday 3 March @ 5 pm – 6:30 pm (Sherrington library)
Probabilistic models of sensorimotor control and decision making
Friday 10 February @ 3 pm – 4:30 pm (Lecture Theatre, Le Gros Clark Building)
Daniel Wolpert from the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge will discuss his research on the computational principles underlying sensorimotor control at the Cortex Club on Friday, 10 February. Please note that there is a change to our usual start time which will be 3pm instead of 4pm.
The science of laughter
Monday 9 January @ 4 pm – 5:30 pm (Sherrington Library)
Sophie Scott from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London will discuss her research on the neural basis and functions of laughter at the Cortex Club on Monday, 9 January. She is particularly interested in the neural basis of vocal communication, the expression of emotion in the voice, and individual differences in speech perception.
Neuroscience Model Organisms Panel
Thursday 15 December @ 11 am – 1 pm (Oxford Centre for Gene Function)
Prof Gero Miesenböck, Prof Heidi Johansen-Berg, Prof Andrew Parker & Prof David Bannerman will debate the abilities of different model systems to help address the major goals of modern neuroscience at the Cortex Club on Thursday, 15th of December.