Tuesday September 26th 2023
Robinson College, University of Cambridge
You are invited to attend the 33rd annual Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar on Tuesday September 26th 2023 at Robinson College. We will use our annual meeting to highlight 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! You will be able to present a poster/data blitz on any of the themes of Cambridge Neuroscience – learning from each other is key. We have an excellent programme of speakers confirmed and you will be invited to attend the conference dinner following the meeting in the dining hall of Robinson College (additional charge will apply).
Data Blitz at CNS 2023
There will be a data blitz for early career researchers held during the main programme. Abstracts will be selected from submitted poster abstracts. Research can cover any of the six themes of Cambridge Neuroscience. Deadline for Abstract submission is 8th September 2023 and presenters will be notified of selection by Friday September 15th (Early abstract submission is advisable) to ensure adequate preparation time. Selected presenters will be allowed to speak for a maximum of 3 minutes.
Poster exhibition at CNS 2023
There will be a poster exhibition held during the conference with generous prizes (2 x £200). Posters can cover any of the six themes of Cambridge Neuroscience (see above). Deadline for Abstract submission is 8th September 2023. Please note that poster boards will be 1 metre (w) by 2 metres (h). Please note that the optimum size for posters is A0 portrait (i.e. 841mm (w) x 1189mm (h)). If your poster is already printed and does not fit these requirements, please contact Dervila Glynn.