CDCN is an interdisciplinary, cross-faculty and cross-theme initiative that aims to promote research and training within the field of developmental cognitive neuroscience across UCL and its partner institutions.
CDCN Engagement Events 5th -7th June
Space, Art and Healing: Through the Lens of an Astronaut & Artist
Wednesday 5th June 10am - 2pm
Public Lecture and Reception
Tickets available via UCL Online store for £10 including a light lunch & refreshments.
Link to purchase tickets here!
Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Leolin Price Lecture Theatre & Octav Botnar Friends Garden
Thursday 6th June 11am - 1pm
Outreach event with Astronaut Nicole Stott & Artist Ian Cion
Camden School for Girls
Friday 7th June 12 Noon - 1pm
RAWTHMELLS FRIDAY CONVERSATIONS WITH NICOLE AND IAN
Space, Art and Healing Through the Lens of an Astronaut & Artist
Royal Society of Arts
Rawthmells Coffeehouse (RSA House), London
Public Event - all welcome!
For more details on the events above email Katherine.email@example.com
CDCN 2018 Event
This years engagement events listed above are a follow up to our hugely successful event last yer. GOSH patients were joined by former NASA astronaut Nicole Stott and Tim Peake (via skype) for an exciting art project that is travelling the world. For details see [To Infinity and Beyond!: To Infinity and Beyond!]
CDCN Seminars 2019
June 12th Professor Topun Austin (University of Cambridge)
July 10th Professor Eamon McCrory (UCL)
For more details and for the upcoming seminar abstract see events/events
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience news
- Researchers see changes linked Alzheimer's in subjects aged 3 to 20 years old (The Wall Street Journal)
- How understanding the brain affects learning potential (The Guardian)
- Children in poor nations slow in developing basic skills (SciDev.Net) / Original research article by Dana Charles McCoy (PLOS Journal)
- Musical play may boost understanding and long-term learning in babies (The Guardian)
- Novel mouse model sheds new light on autism spectrum disorder (University of Wisconsin-Madison)