The following are other meetings (i.e., not run by the BNS) that may be of interest to BNS members. To advertise another meeting here, please contact tony.ward AT uwe.ac.uk (replacing AT with @ and removing spaces)
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust Conference.
27th - 28th September, 2017.
Hilton City Hotel, Glasgow.
Full details can be found on this link.
Chronic Stroke Rehabilitation: Neuromodulation and Technology
Monday 26thJune 2017
University of Surrey
For further details, follow this link.
whilst we remember.......
There is a Workshop on Forgetting
at the University of Edinburg, 14th of June, 2014.
Forgetting: A Forgotten Issue?
An Experimental Psychology Society Workshop
Co-Sponsored by the Royal Society of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
Italian Institute of Culture
14 June 2017 – F21, 7 George Square, Edinburgh
Further details and registration on this link.
There will be a conference on the cognitive neuroscience of novelty processing at the University of East Anglia (UEA), integrating developmental, clinical, computational and neuroimaging approaches. The conference will take place on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th of May with local and external speakers including Professor Michael Rugg (University of Texas at Dallas), Professor Rik Henson, Dr Aya Ben-Yakov (University of Cambridge), and Dr Peggy St Jacques (University of Sussex). There will also be a poster session on the first day. Please see link below for registration and poster submissions:
6th Meeting of the Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 13-15 September 2017
This meeting will be held from 13 till 15 September 2017 in Maastricht, the Netherlands. (see www.fesn2017.nl)
BNS members are invited to submit abstracts for the meeting (using the above link to the FESN webpage). These may be submitted online from early December until 1 March 2017.
The BNS is keen to showcase the quality of British neuropsychological research and of its membership. We particularly encourage our top researchers to organise a Symposium relating to their work. Symposia should ideally involve both UK contributors and other European workers in the field. The deadline for submission of Symposia is also 1 March 2017
International Neuropsychological Society, New Orleans, 1-4 February 2017
Amongst the keynote speakers for the meeting themed Binding the Past and Present to Enhance the Future are: Dr Kathleen Haaland, Dr Robert T Knight, Dr Maurizio Corbetta, Dr Edith Sullivan and Dr Faraneh Vargha-Khadem. The Birch Memorial Lecture will be given by Dr Richard Andersen, and the Edith Kaplan Memorial Lecture will be given by Dr Nina Dronkers.
For more details click here.