Autumn School in Neuroscience

The 2020 Oxford Autumn School in Neuroscience will be held on September 28th and 29th.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions this meeting will be entirely online.

This year’s programme covers a wide range of topics including: The Power of drosophila research, Computational Neuroscience, Evolutionary Neurobiology and linking MRI to microscopy

This FREE event is a regular feature of our Oxford Neuroscience calendar and attracts delegates from across the UK and beyond.  Featuring 16 speakers from the UK, America and Europe this year’s Autumn School will host  over 6000 delegates, over two days.


The 'Autumn Meeting for Young Chemists in Biomedical Sciences' is an initiative from young researchers at the Department of Excellence of Pharmacy (University of Naples Federico II). This short online symposium targets young scientists under the age of 40 from all over the globe and involved in research across biomedical sciences. This virtual platform has been conceived with the dual aim of sharing ideas among young researchers while taking inspiration from leading scientists with diverse expertise and background in the field of biomedical sciences. 

The contributions to the symposium will be clustered into three online sessions, including Plenary lectures by inspiring leaders in the field of biomedical sciences, Invited talks by young researchers, Oral communications and Short presentations with the innovative 'Slide&Talk' formula.