The conference explores themes of plasticity, memory and sleep in the brain. It intends to provide the delegate with an insight into the nature of the brain through talks and workshops on plasticity, memory and sleep. The day will consist of a series of keynote talks, delivered by specialists in the field, as well as various workshops which aim to develop and consolidate the delegate's practical skills in the areas of neuroscience, neurology and neurosurgery in the world of medicine.
All delegates are invited to submit an abstract in relation to Neuroscience, Neurology or Neurosurgery. The successful submissions will be given the opportunity to present at the conference.
Abstracts must not exceed 250 words, and should include the title of the poster and the name(s) and affiliation(s) of the authors.
The abstract must be an original work and all necessary permissions relating to images and data included must be obtained prior to submission.
Amendments to any abstracts submitted will not be permitted once confirmation of acceptance has been received.
Although an author may submit multiple abstracts, only one poster presentation will be allowed.
Those who are accepted for presentation will be notified within one week of the submission deadline. Presenters will be required to attend the conference and pay the delegate attendance fee.
- Mr Adit Magudia – President
- Mr Thomas Franchi – Vice President
- Mr Young Chan – Conference Chairman
- Mr Callum Leng – Secretary
- Mr Nigel Taslim – Treasurer
- Mr Chris Aitchison – Events Officer
- Ms Helia Ghahremaninezhad – Academic Officer
- Mr Hayder Alazawwi – Publicity Officer
- Mr Mohammed Saud Khan – Design Officer