How does the brain work? Professor of Human Neuroimaging, Stephen Hall, takes a closer look inside the brain using advanced imaging techniques to understand how its electrical rhythms control cognition and behaviour.

He shares how he draws from his pharmacology background when applying knowledge of how and why neural mechanisms can go wrong to inform potential treatments, as well as offering insight into how his extensive translational research has helped to join the important pieces of the neural jigsaw.

This event is part of the University of Plymouth’s Inaugural Professorial Lecture series, which provide a milestone event in a professorial career. The series will promote and celebrate the academic reputation and achievements within their research.


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