The Mutual Challenges of Public Health and the Neurosciences (European Neuroscience & Society Network Conference, April 25-27, London)

Registration is now open for the final conference of the European Neuroscience & Society Network in London April 25-27th: ‘The Mutual Challenges of Public Health and the Neurosciences’. Details about the conference, including an updated programme, can be found here. Registration is free but must be completed by April 20. If you would like to attend the champagne reception and 3 course conference dinner on April 26th, there is a fee of £60 (incl. VAT). This will be a unique opportunity to network with key figures in the field. Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Please note that the first day of the conference (25th April) will take place at King’s College London, the rest of the conference on the 26th and 27th of April will take place at Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB.

Confirmed speakers:
Carol Brayne, University of Cambridge
Joseph Dumit, University of California
Steven Hyman, Harvard
Kelly Kelleher, Children’s Institute
Anne Lovell, University of Paris
Jonathan Metzl, Vanderbilt University
Nikolas Rose, King’s College London
Norman Sartorius, Johns Hopkins
Philip Campbell, Nature
Charlotte Walsh, University of Leicester
Allan Young, McGill University

Felicity Callard from the Centre for Medical Humanities will also be presenting her paper: “Holding Blame at bay? ‘Gene talk’ in family members’ account of schizophrenia aetiology.”

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