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Psychobiology Section Annual Scientific Meeting 2015

Wednesday 2nd – Friday 4th September 2015 at Low Wood Bay Hotel, Windermere

The meeting is open to all researchers and scientists interested in psychobiology, providing a forum for networking, showcasing research findings and keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field.

Features of the meeting this year include:

  • Outstanding guest lecturers: Professor Michael Maier, the Curator of the Corsellis Brain Collection and Professor Brian Hughes, National University of Ireland, Galway
  • Non-parallel oral and poster sessions
  • Two free places for postgraduate students (includes registration and accommodation)
  • One free undergraduate student place via the undergraduate project prize sponsored by Salimetrics (includes registration and accommodation)
  • Special 24 hour event for postgraduates at the very competitive price of £62.40
  • Conference meal, late bar and entertainment on Thursday 3rd September 2015

Conference Programme

To download the Psychobiology Annual Scientific Meeting programme, please click here. Please note, all speakers and timings are subject to change.

Submissions

Submissions are no longer being accepted for the Psychobiology Section Annual Scientific Meeting 2015. The deadline for submissions was 23:59 Sunday 26th July 2015.

Two free (sponsored) places for Postgraduate Students

Please note, the deadline for application for the sponsored Postgraduate places has now passed and these places have been awarded.

One Free place for an Undergraduate Student sponsored by Salimetrics

Please note, the deadline for applications for the sponsored Undergraduate place has now passed and this place have been awarded.

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224507.

Sponsors

This event is made possible through the generous support of the following organisations:

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Agenda

Wednesday 2nd September 2015

A full detailed agenda can be downloaded at the bottom of the event page.

14:45Registration
15:20Welcome
15:25Free communications
16:45Undergraduate Project Prize Winner sponsored by Salimetrics Ltd.
18:30Guest Lecture: Professor Michael Maier, London School of Psychiatry and Curator of the Corsellis Brain Collection
19:45Dinner

Thursday 3rd September 2015

09:00Free communications
12:40Lunch
13:30Registration for Special Event for Students
14:00Special Event for Students
16:00Annual General Meeting of the Psychobiology Section
16:45Poster session
17:30Guest Lecture: Professor Brian Hughes, National University of Ireland, Galway sponsored by Linton Instrumentation
19:45Conference dinner

Friday 4th September 2015

09:00Free communications
12:40Lunch, meeting ends

Speakers and Facilitators

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Professor Michael Maier

Speaker
Professor Maier is a Consultant Psychiatrist, Director of Medical Education and Head of London School of Psychiatry. He is the Curator of the Corsellis Brain Collection. The collection contains a large number of brains from patients who had psychiatric and neurodegenerative illnesses, but also a series of brains from patients who did not have any brain disease and who therefore provide a very useful control population.
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Professor Brian Hughes

Speaker
Professor Hughes, of the School of Psychology at the National University of Ireland, Galway. His research and publications have focused on psychological stress (particularly its impact on cardiovascular psychophysiology, immunity, and health) and on psychosocial moderators of stress processes (such as social support, cognition, and personality). His work on how the human cardiovascular response habituates across repeated stress exposures has been extensively cited. He also writes widely on the psychology of empiricism and of empirically disputable claims, especially as they pertain to science, health, and medicine.

Venue

Low Wood Bay Hotel

Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 1LP •  Directions

Additional Information

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