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Camilla Larsen BBSRC New Investigator Award
The funding will support research on the neural pathway underlying chemotaxis in the fruit fly
Brain Awareness Week Science Café!
Zombie neurons and the dark network!
Celebrating British Science Week!
Our Glow in the Dark Science roadshow went to visit Tower Bridge Primary School.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship
Camilla Iannone has been awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship!
NC3Rs Training Fellowship
Mark Rigby has been awarded a NC3Rs Postdoctoral Training Fellowship!
Matthew Grubb awarded ERC Consolidator Grant
The funding will support research on the functional role of new neurons in the adult brain.
Martin Meyer New Wellcome Investigator Award
The funding will support research on visual encoding by neuronal populations.
Laura Andreae awarded NARSAD Young Investigator Grant
The project aims to lay the foundations for drug treatments of autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Dev Neuro Academy 2017
We're busy preparing the second edition of Dev Neuro Academy. If you want to know what it is all about, see our video!
Beatriz Rico New Wellcome Investigator Award
The funding will support pioneering research into specific neural network assembly and organisation.
Laura Andreae awarded BBSRC Research Grant
The project will examine the role of neurotransmitter release in synapse formation.
First edition of the DevNeuro Academy!
The Centre’s flagship Widening Participation project brought 17 sixth-form students for a two week research placement
Starting new traditions: Centre Away Day
The CDN celebrated its first Away Day with all members of staff on 17 June, in Hertfordshire.
Leverhulme Trust grant awarded to Matt Grubb
Matt Grubb has been awarded a Research Grant from the Leverhulme Trust
Celebrating British Science Week!
Our Glow in the Dark Science roadshow went to visit three primary schools. Over 200 pupils got ‘their hands dirty’ in a series of activities around the use of fluorescence in modern biomedical sciences.
Great turn-up for our special BAW event!
More than 50 people came to the Cittie of Yorke for our special Brain Awareness Week - Science Café!
Scientific Advisory Board visit
The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) visited the CDN for two days on April 11-12, 2016.
MRC grant awarded to Ivo Lieberam
Ivo Lieberam and Andrew Lowe have been awarded a Research Grant from the Medical Research Council (MRC)
IRP Research Grant awarded to Matt Grubb
Matt Grubb has been awarded a Research Grant from the International Foundation for Research in Paraplegia (IRP).
Brain Awareness Week - Science Café
Join us for an evening of informal and exciting scientific discussions on how our brain develops, how it's wired, and what happens when some of this goes wrong. Attendance is free and there will be nibbles & drinks for the audience!
Professor Corinne Houart recognised with an award
Corinne Houart has been recognised at the annual Medical Research Council event, Suffrage Science.
Fong Kuan Wong has been awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship!
Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship
Kinga Bercsenyi has been awarded a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowship to support her research on interneuron apoptosis during development.
EMBO Long-Term Fellowships
Fong Kuan Wong & Patricia Gordon have been awarded an EMBO Long-Term Fellowship.
KHP Challenge Fund Grant
Richard Wingate has been awarded a King's Health Partners Research and Development Challenge Fund.
PhD students and postdocs take on editor role
PhD students from the MRC CDN produce an issue of The Biochemist
In2scienceuk students experience what's it like to be a scientist
KCL hosts In2Science UK project students
UC Irvine undergraduate summer research experience
This summer the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology continued a 22 year old tradition of hosting students from the USA as part of the Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training (MHIRT) program.
KCL @ Technopop: glowing days of outreach and public engagement
Over three days in July, the centre put on displays at Tecnopop in Brixton, a free festival of science for young people.
Students from the University Campus Suffolk (UCS), Ipswich, visited the centre to discover for themselves what a career in neuroscience is really like.
Andrew Lowe receives Wellcome Seed Award
Andrew Lowe has been successful in obtaining one of the Wellcome Trust's new research seed awards for developing a novel approach in the investigation and cataloguing of functional topography in zebrafish vision.
Brilliant Club pupils visit the centre
Elisa Galliano from the centre has been working as a tutor for The Brilliant Club, delivering university style tutorials on learning and memory to a group of pupils from Lampton School as part of King's widening participation initiative.
Radio Interview - neuromuscular disease
Today at 18:32 GMT (7:30pm UK time) on the BBC World Service, Dr. Ivo Lieberam (KCL) and Professor Linda Greensmith (UCL) discuss the potential role of optogenetics in therapies for neuronal diseases.
Prof Marín awarded prize
Prof Marín awarded Prix Roger De Spoelberch