Neuroscience Showcase of Early Career Research

Suitable for:
brain researchers

Neuroscience Showcase of Early Career Research

5th December 2014

S4, Building 25, Clayton Campus, Monash University


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A showcase symposium of rising stars in the Faculty of Biomedical and Psychological Sciences at Monash University. The presentations will cover neuroscience from the lab through to the benefits of engaging with industry. The Early Career Research committee members will introduce a new mentoring scheme to be launched in 2015.

Key symposium speakers:

  • Matilda Haas, Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute: Discovery of a novel causative gene for brain developmental disorder
  • Ian Harding, School of Psychological Sciences, Monash University: Cognitive control and working memory: Unique outputs from a common neural system
  • Dasuni Alwis, School of Biomedical Sciences, Monash University: Activity-dependent plasticity induces functional changes in the injured brain
  • Nigel Rogasch, Monash Biomedical Imaging: Mapping and manipulating cortical networks using non-invasive brain stimulation and neuroimaging

Food and drinks to be served during the poster session

Everyone welcome to attend. Registration by 28 November for catering

For further information contact: Dr Melita Giummarra