Neuroscience Society

Barts and the London Neuroscience Society (in short, NeuroSoc) was created in 2009, encompassing neuroscience, neurology and neurosurgery. Our society organises events suited for both non-medical and medical students. NeuroSoc aims to encourage and inspire students who find the field of neuroscience interesting The society is open to students of all subjects.

 

We try to combine neuroscience with fun and more laid-back atmosphere and organise 'Pints of Neuro',when we meet in a quaint pub in East London and listen to inspiring talks.

At times we also host more specialist events, such as teaching workshops, as well as one-day symposiums where students of all disciplines can present their research and attend talks from neuroscientists and neurologists. This year we’re particularly interested in combining clinical and research as well as looking into new innovations and career paths in this fast growing field.

 

NeuroSoc is also a part of London Students' Neuroscience Network, this is a newly established network that brings together students across London universities interested in neuroscience and related sciences.  We will also be collaborating with NeuroSense and other universities in London to share this multidisciplinary interest.

If you want to keep in touch with us follow us on twitter, Instagram, and keep in touch through email and our Facebook page.

This is our committee this year:

  • Co-presidents: Nadia Howard & Dorna Zarei

  • VP Clinical: Moghees Hanif

  • VP BSc: Iulia Nita

  • Treasurer: Qao Minn Lee

  • Secretary: Helen Li

  • Events Officer: Sameer Alam

  • Academic Officer: Elias Badin

  • Symposium Lead: Jungwoo Kang

  • Neurosurgery Representative: Guru Amirthalingam & Gideon Adegboyega

  • Pre-clinical Representative: Ashvin Kuri

  • LSNN Representative: Timothy Loong

  • Publicity: Sidharthan Ilangovan

  • General helper: Nikolaos Monios

 

 

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