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Subject:

Mayneord-Phillips Summer School 2001

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Anne Martel <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 24 Apr 2001 11:56:45 +0100

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The final deadline for applications for the Mayneord-Phillips Summer School
is on 30th April.
For full details and information on how to apply, visit the Mayneord
Phillips web site at

 http://www.m-pss.org

The Mayneord Phillips Trust, through the generous sponsorship of IPEM, BIR
and IoP, is able to offer a number of bursaries (maximum of up to 50 % of
costs) to assist attendance at the school. These will be awarded by the
Trustees on the basis of proffered contribution and need.


          Mayneord-Phillips Summer School 2001
Physics and the Brain:measuring, modelling, mimicking.

           St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 8th-13th July 2001

This summer school, organised by the Mayneord-Phillips Trust, is one of a
biennial series on the application of physics to medicine. It is given at
postgraduate level and is suitable for PhD students, new post-docs,
clinical scientists and others beginning their careers in work aimed at
better understanding the function of the brain. It will comprise lectures
and discussions led by an international expert faculty, and full
involvement by the participants who will be encouraged to bring thoughts,
problems and ideas from their own work, and to produce their own semi-
formal presentations.


Course content:
This Summer School will explore ways in which applications of physics are
helping in the understanding of brain function, particularly sensory input
and integration. It will approach the topic through the various techniques
of measuring brain function (EEG, EP, SPET, PET, MEG, fMRI), moving on to
embrace work in computer modelling, and to devices which mimic brain
function, such as sensory implants and robots. Despite the "physics" in the
title, it is recognised that this field is essentially multidisciplinary
and it is intended that the Summer School should reflect and encourage
multidisciplinary synergy.

Faculty :

Colin Barber,course organiser, Professor of Medical Physics, Queen’s
Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK
Gareth Barker, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Institute of Neurology, London, UK
Jack Belliveau , Director of Cognitive Neuroimaging, Massachusetts General
Hospital, Boston, USA
Rita Carter, Science Writer, author of “Mapping the Mind”, Kent, UK
Tim Fryer, Senior Research Associate, Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre,
Cambridge, UK
Matti Hämäläinen, Senior Scientist, Helsinki University of Technology,
Finland
Hanspeter Mallot, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of
Tübingen, Germany
Steve Mason, Consultant Clinical Scientist, Queen’s Medical Centre,
Nottingham, UK
Roger Orpwood, Head of Engineering, Bath Institute of Medical Engineering,
UK
Harm-Jan Wieringa, European Technical Director, Neuroscan Labs, Hannover,
Germany
Eberhart Zrenner,  Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Tübingen,
Germany

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