Graduate Student, Lukas Krone, has been awarded the Poster Prize at the 31st Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar. The theme of this annual symposium was Signalling, Sensation & Sentience. Lukas was also praised by the seminar organisers for his "stunning data blitz talk" ahead of receiving his award.
Lukas wins with Effects of selective silencing of layer 5 pyramidal neurons on sleep-wake regulation and cortical network dynamics, the same project with which he won the first prize at the DPAG Poster Day in November 2018.
With this project, Lukas also won the Poster Prize at the Physiological Society Meeting "Sleep and Circadian Rhythms: from Mechanisms to Function" in London in December 2018.