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Open Scientific Discussion

Open Science Discussion: Thursday 16th March 16:30 until 18:00

Join Dr Sarah Nicolas and Patricia Flynn and senior research staff and Prinicipal Investigators from the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience for the Open Science Discussion event, a relaxed questions and answers and discussion evening.

To be held in the UCC Staff Common Room this event will be of great interest to all with any question about neuroscience, health and disease. It is a wonderful opportunity to chat with some of the leaders in the fields of Neuroscience, who specialise in areas such as Parkinson's, brain aging, brain injury, brain cancer, the gut–microbiota–brain axis.

Glioblastoma  Dr André Toulouse and PhD Student - Patricia Flynn

Alzheimer’s and the Gut Microbiome Professor Yvonne Nolan's lab represented by Postdoctoral researcher Dr Sarah Nicolas and PhD Student – Zoë Williams

Parkinson’s Disease Professor Aideen Sullivan,  Professor Gerard O’Keeffe Dr Louise Collins and Postdoctoral student - Dr Martina Mazzocchi and PhD Student – Adam O’Mahony

Brain Aging Professor Yvonne Nolan's lab represented by Postdoctoral researcher – Dr Sarah Nicolas and PhD student – Sebastian Allard Dohm-Hansen

Epilepsy Dr Cian McCafferty

Stress, Pain, and the Gut Microbiome Dr Siobhain O’Mahony

IBD and the Brain-Gut-Microbiota axis Dr Aonghus Lavelle


Come along and join us in this free catered event to celebrate Brain Awareness Week with our researchers!

Tickets are limited so book yours now to avoid disappointment

Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience

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Room 2.33, 2nd Floor, Western Gateway Building, University College, Cork, Ireland