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The 2017 Sherrington talks were held on 23 June with presentations from graduate students in their third year of study.


Three prize winners were selected from those who presented:

Studying synaptic phenotypes in iPSC-derived cortical neurons from Alzheimer's disease patients


Live cell imaging of secondary cells reveals the subcellular dynamics of secretory and endosomal formation and maturation.


Zfhx3: a key regulator of circadian rhythms in the central pacemaker of the adult brain.


Congratulations to all the winners!