NEUROSCIENCE & PSYCHOLOGY POSTGRADUATE SOCIETY SEM
Friday January 20th 2012, 12:00pm
"WHY WOMEN CAN'T LOSE FAT"
We live in a culture where false beliefs of what classes as healthy nutrition run rife, courtesy of strong advertising campaigns by cereal companies.
Here I will discuss & put right two of these modern myths, discussing alternatives with a strong argument for why considering the science of nutrient choice & timing is so important not just for body composition, but health of mind & body in general.
PRESENTED BY
Peter Moore

12:15pm: FINDING A BIOMARKER FOR ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: EVIDENCE FROM EEG AND FMRI.
In preparation for my ‘Project Review Presentation’, I will be practising a talk about my current research project. Previous research has been undertaken here in the department, assessing the suitability and reliability of the ADEPT memory paradigm in conjunction with EEG imaging as a biomarker for early onset Alzheimer ’s disease. My research aims to further our understanding of the ADEPT paradigm and establish which networks or regions are active during the task, using fMRI scanning.
PRESENTED BY
Cerne Felstead