CCN Seminar: Trevor Robbins

trevorIt’s with great pleasure that I announce a real highlight for this season’s finale of the CCN Seminar series: Professor Trevor Robbins of Cambridge University will give a lecture on

Compulsivity: Neural substrates and neuropsychiatric implications.

I will just assume that everyone knows Trevor, and his accolades are clearly too many to mention, but if you’re still in any doubt whether you want to come to this seminar, check out this video:

Understanding the OCD Brain

So if you want the chance to hear and meet the person who spearheads this fascinating research when he visits Brunel, please come.

His talk will take place at Brunel University London in Uxbridge, Mary Seacole (MRSC) building, room 114 on Thursday 15th of June 2017, 3.30 – 4.30pm (travel information: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/finding-us). The talk is hosted by the wonderful Survjit Cheeta & there will be drinks & nibbles. Sounds like a perfect Thursday afternoon, no?

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