Posted by | 11 March 2018
Raquel Real wins 2018 Proteintech FENS travel grant

Raquel Real wins a €500 FENS travel grant from Proteintech to attend the 11th Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Forum of Neuroscience, 7 – 11 July 2018 in Berlin,...

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Posted by | 6 March 2018
The Group will attend the 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience

The Synaptic Plasticity and Repair Group will attend the 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience, the largest European neuroscience meeting, 7 – 11 July 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

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Posted by | 11 February 2018
Shabana Khan featured in article about women in science

In an article marking the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (IDWGIS) on 11 February, Shabana Khan and ten other female scientists in the Faculty of Science at...

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Posted by | 21 November 2017
Maria Tortora interviewed by ARUK

Maria Tortora is interviewed by Alzheimer's Research UK (ARUK) ahead of the annual Alzheimer's Research UK Early Careers Day, 19 March 2018, Cambridge UK.

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Posted by | 9 November 2017
New paper reviews in vivo optical imaging of CNS injury and disease

We have a cover article in the The Journal of Neuroscience discussing recent advances in understanding neuronal, glial, and other cellular responses to CNS injury and disease with in vivo...

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Posted by | 5 September 2017
New paper on fully-automated method for detecting axonal synapses

We have a new paper in PLoS One demonstrating a new, fully-automated, highly accurate approach for detecting axonal synapses (boutons). Detection of axonal synapses in 3D two-photon images. Bass, C.,...

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Posted by | 8 September 2017
Raquel Real wins poster prize at the Cambridge Neuroscience Symposium

Raquel Real wins #NNHD2017 Poster Prize for her poster presentation on neuronal network dysfunction in a new humanised mouse model of Down syndrome at the 6th Cambridge Neuroscience Symposium -...

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Posted by | 17 July 2017
Maria Tortora joins the Group

Maria Tortora joins the Group on a 3 year Alzheimer’s Research UK (ARUK) PhD Scholarship to work on a new in vivo model of axon pathology in human tau mutants. In...

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Posted by | 5 June 2017
Shabana Khan joins the Group

Shabana Khan joins the Group on a 3 year MRC postdoctoral fellowship to study the cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating cortical synaptic circuit regeneration in response to injury and neurodegenerative...

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Posted by | 2 June 2017
Koniku®, the startup of Oshiorenoya Agabi, is hiring

There are eleven vacancies at Koniku®, the startup of CEO and Group PhD student Oshiorenyoya Agabi that builds computer chips made of biological neurons. For details, click here.

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