Neuroscience

Seminars

The Neuroscience Seminars are intended to cover all aspects of Sussex Neuroscience from molecular and cellular neuroscience to neural circuits, behavioural neuroscience and computational neuroscience. Our seminars reflect the interests of neuroscientists across the campus drawn from Life Sciences, Psychology, BSMS & Informatics. Speakers are drawn mainly from across the UK and Europe, though we also have occasional speakers from further afield. Our recent speakers range from highly distinguished leaders in their respective fields to those at the beginning of their career but they all share one thing in common - interesting and exciting research at the cutting edge. Enthusiastic and interested members of the university at all levels are welcome to attend the seminars

All current seminars in our series are listed below.

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Functional signatures of sub-cellular homeostatic plasticity in vivo

Monday 27 January from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Sam BarnesLondon

Seminar given by Sam Barnes of Imperial College London. Title: Functional signatures of sub-cellular homeostatic plasticity in vivo. Hosted by...


‘Is seeing believing?’

Thursday 30 January from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Ede Rancz

Seminar given by Ede Rancz of the Francis Crick Institute. Title: ‘Is seeing believing?’. Hosted by Miguel Maravall


Neuronal substrates of a division of labor in the external globus pallidus

Monday 3 February from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Pete Magill

Seminar given by Pete Magill of the University of Oxford. Title: Neuronal substrates of a division of labor in the external globus pallidus. Hosted...


Learning relative value in Drosophila

Monday 10 February from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Emmanuel Perisse

Seminar given by Emmanuel Perisse of the University of Montpellier. Title: Learning relative value in Drosophila. Hosted by James Bennett


TBC

Monday 17 February from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Nicholas Roberts, University of Bristol

Seminar given by Nicholas Roberts of the University of Bristol. Title TBC. Hosted by Daniel Osorio


Stereo vision and prey detection in the praying mantis

Monday 24 February from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Vivek Nityananda

Seminar given by Vivek Nityananda of Newcastle University. Title: Stereo vision and prey detection in the praying mantis. Hosted by Bryan Singer


From Synchrotrons to Microwires – a broad view on sensory processing

Monday 2 March from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Andreas Schaefer

Seminar given by Andreas Schaefer of the Francis Crick Institute. Title: From Synchrotrons to Microwires – a broad view on sensory processing....


TBC

Monday 9 March from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Afshan Malik, Kings’s College London

Seminar given by Afshan Malik of Kings’s College London. Title: TBC. Hosted by Ilse Pienaar


The Bright, the Coloured and the Polarized – the Ecology of Vision

Monday 16 March from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Holger G Krapp

Seminar given by Holger G Krapp of Imperial College London. Title:  The Bright, the Coloured and the Polarized – the Ecology of Vision....


Using sensory biology to understand pollinator habitat requirements

Monday 23 March from 13:00 until 14:00
CRPC Seminar Room
Sussex Neuroscience Seminar Series
Emily Baird

Seminar given by Emily Baird of the University of Stockholm. Title: Using sensory biology to understand pollinator habitat requirements. Hosted by...


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