Queen Square Symposium success
13 April 2010
The 2010 Queen Square Symposium took place on Friday, 19 March 2010.
The student organising committee led by Laura D'Castro and Lisa Clayton ensured it was an impressive, well run event. There was a diverse range of posters; with representation from both the Institute, and National Hospital, as well as colleagues from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience.
The afternoon culminated in a Guest Lecture given by Professor Martin
Raff (UCL), who gave an excellent and though provoking talk on "Good
News in Autism."
Best Poster, winner of Queen Square Symposium poster competition
Dr Benedetta Bodini Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation
Runner Up, PhD Category
Ms Aarti Ruparelia. Department of Neurodegenerative Disease
Best MSc poster
Mr Alexander Berry. MSc Clinical Neuroscience
Runner Up, MSc Category
Ms Chen Song. MSc Cognitive Neuroscience
Best Clinical Poster
Dr Caroline Kachramanoglou. Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation
PhD Oral Presentation was given by Dr Umair Chaudhary, Department of Clinical and Experimental Epilepsy. MSc Oral Presentation was given by Ms Lisbeth Aerts, MSc Clinical Neuroscience