We are proud to host this virtual mini-symposium in collaboration with the University of Cape Town Cortex Club.
Speakers will highlight research on the developmental processes underlying cognitive control and the effects of environmental risk factors on neural pathways in human cognitive development.
Gaia Scerif, from University of Oxford, will be giving a talk on Using developmental cognitive neuroscience tools to investigate mechanisms of atypical cognitive control, followed by Kirsten Donald, from University of Cape Town, who will give a talk titled Neuroimaging the very young high risk brain: lessons from a south African birth cohort.
The mini-symposium will be hosted at 2 pm, while at 3.45 pm we are having a virtual pub chat with the speakers.
Further details on how to join it will be sent through our mailing list.