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Symposium on Brain Imaging and Vision

Monday 24 June 2002 :: Brunel University

 

The Centre for Cognition and Neuroimaging at Brunel University is hosting a one-day symposium on brain imaging and vision on Monday 24 June 2002.

It aims to bring together researchers in brain imaging and vision science from across the United Kingdom. 

The symposium is an open meeting and registration is free but mandatory. A buffet lunch and refreshments are included. 

The symposium will take place in the conference and banqueting suite, Brunel University, Uxbridge. For details on reaching Brunel see: www.brunel.ac.uk/campus/uxbridge/uxacc.html

FOURSITES

This is a Foursites event – bringing together vision research at Brunel, Reading, Royal Holloway and Surrey – so there will be a Foursites vision research poster session. This is open to all delegates wishing to report recent research in any area of vision science (not just brain imaging). A prize will be awarded for the best student poster. If you wish to present a poster, email the organisers with the poster title and abstract.

FOURSITES

 

Provisional schedule

09:30

Opening with coffee & croissants

10:00

Session 1

 

11:30

Posters 1 with tea and coffee

12:00

Session 2

 

13:30

Buffet Lunch

14:30

Session 3

 

16:00

Posters 2 with tea and coffee

16:30

Session 4

 

18:00

Close

Speakers include:

Tim Andrew

University of Durham

Neural correlates of facial awareness

 

Paul Azzopardi

University of Oxford

Imaging blindsight

 

Gemma Calvert

University of Oxford

More to vision than meets the eye?

 

Jan de Fockert

University College London

Control of Distractor Interference and Attentional Capture by Frontal Cortex

 

Paul Downing

University of Wales, Bangor

A cortical area specialised for visual processing of the human body

 

Tony Morland

Royal Holloway, University of London

Topographic organisation of the visual cortex in human albinism

 

Justin O'Brien

Brunel University

Global form and motion processing

 

Andy Smith

Royal Holloway, University of London

Estimating receptive field sizes from fMRI data

 

Patrik Vuilleumier

University College London

Reciprocal links between attention and emotion: convergence from neuropsychology and functional neuroimaging

 

To register for the symposium, contact one of the organisers at Department of Human Sciences, Brunel University, Uxbridge UB8 3PH

Justin O’Brien::01895 274000 x4676::justin.obrien@brunel.ac.uk   Janine Spencer::01895 274000 x3418::janine.spencer@brunel.ac.uk

 

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