Experimental Medicine and Neuroimaging: A Practical Guide
This two-day course aims to inspire and prepare those new to experimental medicine to be able to hit the ground running when it comes to conducting new studies in the field of mental health and neuroimaging.
The course will cover a range of practical essentials from how to check that your study design is feasible and what to look for when pulling together the ideal study ‘dream team’ to exploring the advantages, challenges and complexities of partnering with industry. Hosted at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, the course will showcase the latest neuroimaging techniques used in experimental medicine research and address specialist and topical issues such as managing imaging data flow and study governance.
The course will have guest speakers Professor Matthew Hotopf CBE, Director of the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre and Professor of General Hospital Psychiatry, and Professor Grainne McAlonan, Professor of Translational Neuroscience. Attendees will also hear from researchers, clinical professionals, industry experts and research participants who have direct experience of managing, working on or taking part in experimental medicine trials.
Who can attend?
The course is open to all research and health care professionals. It may be of value to those in Fellowship or postdoc positions, PhD students and research asssistants, clinicians, nurses, and CTAs.
Who is hosting the course?
This course has been designed by senior researchers at King’s College London and the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre in London.
When is the course?
Thursday 19 and Friday 20 September 2019
Where is the course?
Ortus Conferencing and Events Venue, 82 - 96 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, SE5 8SN
What does the course cost?
The course is free to attend but has a limit on the number of delegates who can sign up.
How do I sign up?
Register via Eventbrite.