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Imaging plasticity: from cells to brains (Young Physiologists' Symposium)

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Organised by Nicola Filipini, Leah Herrgen, Louise Kay, Chris Martin, Charlotte Stagg, and Helen Stolp University of Oxford, UK

Sunday 10 & Monday 11 July 2011
LT4 (Pharmacology lecture theatre)

Visit the dedicated Physiology 2011 YPS site

Each year, The Physiological Society offers PhD students and recently qualified postdoctoral workers the opportunity to organise scientific symposia – in conjunction with the Main Meeting.

These 1–2 day events attract young physiologists from across the world and provide an excellent setting in which to present and discuss the latest scientific research. To complement the scientific programme, a reception and dinner are also organised.

The Society provides sponsorship for the event, but the scientific content, format and social events are all decided by young physiologists.

There are many advantages to organising YPS, some of which are:

  • Promote the latest scientific research in a topic chosen by you
  • Extend your scientific network – building up new contacts and collaborations
  • Develop skills to strengthen your CV and increase your employability
  • Gain experience of conference organisation, important for an academic career
  • Have lots and lots of fun

Organising a YPS can be fun and rewarding, but there is also a lot of hard work and organisation involved. For hints and tips and details of previous events, visit The Society's YPS page. Physiology 2011

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Day one - Sunday 10 July
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13.15 Registration
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14.00

Introduction and plenary speaker 1

  The plenary speaker will be Heidi Johansen-Berg, Department of Clinical Neurology, Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain
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15.00

Talk session 1

  Cellular and in vitro models
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16.15 Refreshments
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16.45

Talk session 2

  In vitro to in vivo models
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18.00

Posters and networking

  With drinks and nibbles
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19.30

Finish

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Day two - Monday 11 July
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08.30 Refreshments
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08.45

Talk session 3

  In vivo models
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10.15

Talk session 4

  Humans
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10.45 Refreshments
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11.10

Prize giving

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11.20

Plenary speaker 2

  Speaker TBC
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12.00

Finish

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