Human Behaviour Seminar | Modelling human psychiatric illness in animals: promises and pitfalls
|24 February 2015
|12:00 - 13:00
|What is it:
|Manchester Pharmacy School
|Who is it for:
|Adults, Current University students, University staff
|Professor Jo Neill
Host: Manchester Pharmacy School
About the event:
Manchester Informatics are running a series of lunchtime seminars focusing on the theme of neuroscience and Human Behaviour. The Human Behaviour Network spans a broad range of disciplines across the University. Those with an interest in research on human behaviour (particularly in the context of interactions with technology) are welcome to attend.
Registration is now open for the next Human Behaviour Network Seminar. We are delighted to announce that Professor Jo Neill from Manchester Pharmacy School will present 'Modelling human psychiatric illness in animals: promises and pitfalls.' In relation to her recent work with a new drug target for schizophrenia, Professor Neill will focus on negative symptoms such as reduced mood and social dysfunction.
Along with her most recent research on developing preclinical models of ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease and schizophrenia, Jo’s expertise is in development and validation of preclinical models of psychiatric disorders.
Refreshments will be provided.
Please register for this event via the Human Behaviour Network website.
Professor Jo Neill
Role: Professor of Pyschopharmocology
Organisation: Manchester Pharmacy School
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