33rd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar 2023
Dates and times
September 26th @ 08:00 – 21:30
University of Cambridge
Metrion Biosciences will be attending the conference: 33rd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar 2023
Metrion’s Chief Scientific Office, Dr. Edward Stevens, and Director of Operations, Dr. John Ridley will be attending the event. If you would like to arrange a meeting with them please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year, will be focused on dementia. Dementia research has made phenomenal advances over the last couple of decades, with many of the major discoveries made by researchers at Cambridge. There are more than 150 researchers working in dementia research across Cambridge in a range of Departments and across all of our themes. The research spans genetic, molecular and cellular models of neurodegeneration through to the characterisation of human pathophysiology of dementia, to early phase clinical trials. What will be highlight at this meeting is the strength in the interdisciplinary approach to tackling dementia and how collaboration with the communal aim of understanding these diseases and identifying new treatments is key. This meeting will be open to neuroscientists of every discipline and not just dementia scientists – posters will be presented on all of the six themes of Cambridge Neuroscience.
The 33rd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar will be held at Robinson College in Cambridge, UK.
Venue: Robinson College
Location: Grange Road, Cambridge CB3 9AN
Country: United Kingdom