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1. Meeting of Innovate UK, NHS Scotland & Social Care and Industry Innovation - Wednesday 25 March 2020, Murrayfield Staduim


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2. Scottish Neuroscience in Psychiatry’ (SNiP2020) - Thursday 21 May 2020, Airthrey Road, Stirling, FK9 4LA

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NHS Research Scotland Conference 2020 - 1 - 2 December 2020 at University of Strathclyde's Technology and Innovation Centre, Glasgow

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MQ are the leading charity funding scientific research to transform the lives of everyone affected by mental illness; see link below for their upcoming events.

SNiP 2020

Scottish Neuroscience in Psychiatry’ (SNiP2020) will take place at the University of Stirling on Thursday 21 May 2020.

Provisional Programme

Hosted by Professor John Crichton, Chair, RCPsych in Scotland and Vice-President, RCPsych

Chaired by Professor Jonathan Cavanagh (Glasgow) and Professor Stephen Lawrie (Edinburgh)

Speakers include:

  • • Dr Mandy Johnstone (Edinburgh/King’s College London) Brain organoids in the investigation of psychiatric disorders
  • • Professor Seth Grant (Edinburgh) Cellular mechanisms underlying psychiatric disorders
  • • Dr John Goodfellow (Glasgow) Neuroinflammation
  • • Dr Rajeev Krishnadas (Glasgow) Brain functional connectivity
  • • Professor Andrew McIntosh (Edinburgh) Genetics and genomics of schizophrenia

***Special session on teaching of neuroscience with RCPsych Gatsby/Wellcome Neuroscience Project

***Poster session

How to book:

Fees: Full day delegate rate - £45, reduced day delegate rate - £25

Booking can be done online or by completing the registration form (doc) and returning to the RCPsych in Scotland office with a cheque payable to "Royal College of Psychiatrists".  Our address is 12 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JE.


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