Neurodevelopmental and neurological aspects of neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) + Keynote Lecture
|28 June 2019
|What is it:
|Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health
|Professor Mark H Johnson
Morning session - Early Development and Neuroscience - Chaired by Professor Jonathan Green and kicks off with the Keynote lecture by Professor Mark Johnson, 1931 Professor of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge "Infancy neuroscience in developmental disorder"
Afternoon session - Neurogenetic and Clinical Overview - Chaired by Dr. Grace Vassallo, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
Keynote Lecture - Professor Mark Johnson, University of Cambridge
Mark Johnson is a world-leader in early developmental neuroscience. He is Professor of Experimental Psychology (1931) and Head of the Department of Psychology at University of Cambridge. He leads the British Autism study of Infant Siblings (BASIS) and is PI of the AMR EDEN study of early development in neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1), collaborating with Manchester and Birkbeck.
10.00 - 11.00 "Infancy neuroscience in developmental disorder"
The event starts with registration at 09.15 with a welcome introduction at 09.50. The Keynote Lecture starts at 10.00 and the morning session ends with lunch at 12.45.
The afternoon session re-commences at 13.45 and the whole event closes at 16.00.
Should you wish to register for either the Keynote Lecture or the whole day, please use the link via Eventbrite
Professor Mark H Johnson
Role: 1931 Professor of Experimental Psychology
Organisation: University of Cambridge
Travel and Contact Information
Lecture Theatre A