Virtual Talks in March

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Our online lecture series continues

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Our virtual series on worldwideneuro continues, you'll find here the upcoming talks in March:


March 4, 5pm (CET):

Daniel Kerschensteiner

Professor of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, Neuroscience, & Biomedical Engineering at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Title: "Vision for escape and pursuit"


Logo Carter

March 18, 10am (CET):

Olivia Carter

Professor at the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences

Title: "The Pharmacology of Consciousness"

Logo HakwanLau

March 25, 5pm (CET):

Hakwan Lau

Professor at the UCLA Psychology Department

Title: "Towards a Translational Neuroscience of Consciousness"


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