Please see the below links for information about research carried out by invited speakers of previous UK-Korea Neuroscience Symposium.

Finding UK Collaborators:


Laura Andreae (King's College London) – Developmental Neurobiology

Anne Bertolotti (MRC-LMB, Cambridge) – Understanding and preventing the deposition of misfolded proteins

Tim Bliss (The CRICK Institute) – Long-term synaptic plasticity

Marco Brancaccio (Imperial College London) – Circadian function and the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease

Tiago Branco (University College London) – How nervous systems produce survival behaviours in natural environments

Dennis Chan (Cambridge) – Neurodegeneration & Alzheimer's disease

Kei Cho (King's College London) – Synaptic plasticity and synapse weakening mechanism by Dementia associated pathology

Sam Cooke (King’s College London) – Visual Recognition Memory

Gwenaëlle Douaud (Oxford) – MRI imaging in health and disease

Paul Dudchenko (Stirling) - Memory and spatial navigation

David Dupret (Oxford) – Neural dynamics of memory circuits during active waking behaviour and sleep

Bruno Frenguelli (Warwick) – Regulation of hippocampal function by purines and experience

Kevin Fox (Cardiff) – Synaptic plasticity in cortical neurons

Peter St. George-Hyslop (Cambridge) – Neurodegenerative disease

Seth Grant (Edinburgh) – Brain-wide mapping of protein composition at single-synapse resolution

Ingo Greger (MRC-LMB, Cambridge) – AMPA receptor biogenesis, structure and function

Roger Gunn (Imperial College London) – PET imaging

Jenni Harvey (Dundee) – Synaptic function in health and disease

Michael Hastings (Cambridge) – Molecular neurobiology of circadian timing

Michael Häusser (University College London) – Cellular basis of neural computation in the mammalian brain

Jeremy Henley (Bristol) – Molecular mechanism of learning and memory

Mathew Horrocks (Edinburgh) – Advanced single molecule imaging

Matt Jones (Bristol) – Neuronal networks in cognition and disease

Michael Johnson (Imperial College London) – Genetics and memory in humans

Dimitri Kullmann (University College London) – The consequences of defects in synaptic proteins for the function of neuronal circuits

Paul Matthews (Imperial College London) – Advanced structural and functional brain imaging

Gail McConnell (Glasgow) – Advanced imaging technology

Gero Miesenboeck (Oxford) – Neural Circuits and Behaviour

Elek Molnar (Bristol) – Molecular mechanism of learning and memory

Zoltan Molnar (Oxford) – Developmental Neuroscience

Richard Morris (Edinburgh) – Learning and Memory

John O'Keefe (University College London) – Neural basis of cognition and memory (Place cells)

Emily Osterweil (Edinburgh) – Autism and intellectual disability (ASD/ID)

Michael Owen (Cardiff) – Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics

Lucida Prieto-Godino (The CRICK Institute) – Neural circuits and evolution

Trevor Robbins (Cambridge) – Neuropsychopharmacology

Nathalie Rochefort (Edinburgh) – Synapses, Circuits and Behaviour

Marc David Ruepp (King’s College London) – RNA metabolism and neurodegeneration

Dmitri Rusakov (University College London) – Synaptic imaging

Benjamin Ryskeldi-Falcom (MRC-LMB Cambridge) – Cryo-EM and Amyloids in neurodegenerative diseases

Christopher Shaw (King’s College London) – ALS and motor neuron disease

Gaynor Smith (Cardiff) – The pathological role of risk genes and ageing in Drosophila

Tara Spires-Jones (Edinburgh) – Synapse Degeneration in Alzheimer’s disease

Jernej Ule (King’s College London) – RNA Networks

Scott Waddell (Oxford)

Julie Williams (Cardiff) – The genetics of Alzheimer’s disease

John Wood (University College London) – Pain mechanisms

Nick Wood (University College London) – Parkinson’s Disease