Register now for the Trinity Week Public Symposium: The Science of Memory -April 12th

Trinity Week Public Symposium: The Science of Memory

in conjunction with Trinity EngAGE & U3A 

Tuesday 12 April 2016, 9.00-13.00, followed by lunch

Edmund Burke Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin (Nassau Street Entrance)

A symposium focused on what we know of the science of memory.  There has been about 100 or so years of empirical and experimental exploration of memory from psychological and neuroscientific points of views. We will explore topics from the fundamental psychological science underpinning memory, to some of the processes that support memory in the brain. Presentations will be from some of Trinity's internationally-leading memory researchers.

Prof. Shane O'Mara, Professor Of Experimental Brain Research, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Memory: How it works

Dr. Sabina Brennan, Research Assistant Professor, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Making the science of memory accessible to the general public

Prof. Michael Rowan, Professor of Neuropharmacology, Trinity College Dublin
Antibodies for Alzheimer’s Disease
 
Dr. Marian Tsanov, Research Assistant Professor, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
How does the episodic memory work? Experience-dependent pattern separation
 
Dr. Arun Bokde, Assistant Professor, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Functional anatomy of memory
 
Dr. Aine Kelly, Associate Professor, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience
Memory: Beyond the brain

Please register
https://ti.to/tcdAlumni/the-science-of-memory-symposium

 

Event Date: 

09 - 13