NEUReka! Seminars

The NEUReka Association hosts a monthly seminar inviting leading scientists and guest lecturers from all over the world. Below is a list of past seminars.
10/1/19 16:00 NEUReka! seminar

"Tasting from within, a new interoceptive sensory pathway linking cerebrospinal fluid to motor circuits"

Speaker: Claire Wyart, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle, Paris
6/12/18 16:00 NEUReka! seminar

"Genetic therapies in neurodevelopmental disorders"

Speaker: Stuart Cobb, The University of Edinburgh
24/9/18 10:30 NEUReka! seminar

What good are more neurons in the cerebral cortex? Live longer and do more!

Speaker: Suzana Herculano-Houzel, Vanderbilt University
6/9/18 16:00 NEUReka! seminar


Speaker: tbc
14/6/18 16:00 NEUReka! seminar Internal only

Patterning the synaptic network

Speaker: Joris de Wit, VIB Center for Brain & Disease Research, KU Leuven
3/5/18 16:00 NEUReka! seminar

A tale of sleepless flies and ninna nanna. How Drosophila changes what we know about sleep

Speaker: Giorgio Gilestro, Imperial College
5/4/18 16:00 NEUReka! seminar

Neuronal circuits of the prefrontal cortex for decision making

Speaker: Thomas Klausberger, Medical University of Vienna
1/3/18 15:30 NEUReka! seminar

Mammalian olfaction is a high bandwidth sense

Speaker: Andreas Schaefer, The Francis Crick Institute
10/1/18 16:00 NEUReka! seminar

From vision to navigation: a journey across mouse cortex

Speaker: Matteo Carandini, UCL
7/12/17 16:00 NEUReka! seminar

Light on an ancestral sensory interface linking cerebrospinal fluid to motor circuits in vertebrates

Speaker: Claire Wyart, The Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière