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Registration for the 2013 Oxford Neuroscience Symposium is now open. Places are limited, so please register as soon as possible to ensure a space.

The meeting will be held on 20th March at the Oxford Examination Schools, bringing together neuroscience researchers from across the University to celebrate the quality of research being conducted in the many departments, centres and units. The one-day event provides the perfect showcase for the latest developments and offers a forum for networking across groups.

 The programme will include presentations detailing the latest advances across Oxford Neuroscience, interspersed with poster sessions where newer members of the Oxford Neuroscience community will display their work alongside more established names. The presentations deliver in-depth insights in to some of the latest developments, whilst the poster sessions show the breadth of neuroscience research activity at Oxford and provide an opportunity to discuss the research with the people conducting it.

 A special guest lecture will be given by Professor Sarah Tabrizi of the Institute of Neurology, University College London, entitled ‘TRACK-HD and TRACK-ON HD – towards disease-modifying therapies for Huntington’s disease.’

Please visit the online store to register your place. Registration is free.

If you have any queries, please contact Martin Edmunds or visit the Oxford Neuroscience website.

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