Seminar series 2016-2017 is co-ordinated by Dr. Gerry Moloney, Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience.
Mental Health Challenges in the Perinatal Period: Risk Factors for Postpartum Mood Disorders
Mary Kimmel MD
Assistant Professor and Medical Director, Perinatal Psychiatry Inpatient Unit
University of North Carolina
Western Gateway Building, 1.06 12-1.00pm
Friday 10th of March 2017
Delirium: When Neuronal Signalling Turns Bad
Dr Suzanne Timmons
Clinical Gerontology and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine, UCC
Western Gateway Building, G08, 4-5pm
Tuesday, 7th March 2017
NEUROSCIENCE SEMINAR IN BIOCHEMISTRY
"Breaking Bad: The role of macrophages in retinal degeneration and neuroprotection."
Dr Sarah Roche,
School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology,
University College Cork
Western Gateway G01
Tuesday, 14 February 2017 @ 1.00 pm
Dr Sarah Roche graduated from UCC’s BSc Neuroscience programme in 2010.
After completing a PhD in Neuroscience in University of Edinburgh, she returned to UCC to work as a post-doctoral researcher in Professor Tom Cotter’s group in the School of Biochemistry.
Sarah will present her current Neuroscience research at the School of Biochemistry’s seminar series.
Targeting The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis For The Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders
Presented Dr Daniela Felice
Room 08 Western Gateway Building ,
Tuesday 24th of January 2017
4.00 -5.00 All welcome