Fall 2019: Big questions in neuroscience and current limits of knowledge
Are you interested in what are the key open research questions in different fields of neuroscience?
What are the current conceptual and methodological limitations?
What are the biggest hurdles for effective prevention and treatment of psychiatric and neurological diseases?
Come and hear our top neuroscientists discuss these and other timely questions in the context of their research.
The events are open to students, postdocs, group leaders, or anyone interested in neuroscience, and science in general.
Host / organizer: Professor Iiris Hovatta
PROGRAM FOR FALL 2019
Wednesdays at 16:00-18:00
Place: Haartman Institute (Haartmaninkatu 3, Helsinki), lecture hall 2
06.11.2019 Professor Riitta Salmelin, Aalto University: Unraveling neural basis of human cognition: dreams and (current) realities
The previous lectures are available at the course Moodle page (enrolment key: ”bigquestions”)
Credits: NEUBM-601 (1-2 cr)
Students will receive credits if they write a 1-2 page essay based on each lecture (5 essays = 1 cr, 10 essays = 2 cr, if accepted)