The Florey Neuroscience Institutes presents the 15 Kenneth Myer Lecture Brain Power” by Prof David Attwell
Have you ever wondered how our brains have evolved over the years? Or why it is still not possible to do a brain transplant?
This year’s lecture will feature leading British neuroscientist Professor David Attwell, an inspiring speaker and world expert in brain signals, who will be talking about how electrical signals are used to think, how these signals are used to represent information in the brain, and how they can fail in brain disease.
This free public lecture is in memory of Kenneth B Myer, one of the founding benefactors of the Howard Florey Institute.
Since 1992, the Florey has invited many internationally distinguished scientists to speak to the Melbourne community
Date: Tuesday 4th October 2011
Venue: The Plenary
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf
Places are limited. Please call Jade on 03 9035 8629 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat/s.
Alternatively you can register to attend online at www.florey.edu.au
For more information on transport and parking please visit www.mcec.com.au