Charter Night with Guest Speaker - Professor Malcolm Brown FRS

Thu, Oct 25th 2018 at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Professor Brown will talk about Memory Research and Sport for Youth


Professor Malcolm Brown FRS is a neuroscientist best known for his studies into the neural bases of learning and memory. Malcolm studies the responses of cells (neurons) in the brain whilst memory tasks are being performed. His aim is to expand understanding of memory mechanisms by establishing exactly which changes in the brain are crucial to memory. His work has enhanced our understanding of conditions that affect memory, such as Alzheimer’s disease.

He is a member of the Centre for Applied Anatomy at the University of Bristol.

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