2020 applicants
Event series

Cross University Research Event

STEM Centre

A termly event where research expertise is shared across the University in the format of TED style talks based on a theme.

Join us for an hour of 3 minute presentations from our leading researchers across all three faculties, followed by refreshments and networking.

Previous CURE Events

Brain and Mind 

Dr Cristina Kapadocha - East 15 Acting School

Integrating brain and mind through somatic logos

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Dr Natasha Ruiz-Gomez - School of Philosophy and Art History

The Scientific Artworks of Doctor Jean-Martin Charcot and the Salpêtrière School

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Danny Shipsides - School of Philosophy and Art History

Making sense of Nonadherence to Psychiatric Treatments

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Francesca Govia - Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies (Lifts)

Schizophrenia and Neuro-Memoirs

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Professor Noam Lubell - School of Law

Legal and Ethical Implications of Brain Computer Interfaces

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Dr Caterina Cinel - School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering (CSEE)

Cognitive psychology and neurosciences

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Dr Eva Gutierrez – Department of Psychology

 How does atypical language development Impact language processing

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Thomas Currid – School of Health and Social Care

Has Psychiatry lost its mind?

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Dr Deborah Wright - Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies

The spacial array of the brain, the mind, rooms and places in the time of Covid-19

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Professor Peter Bloom - Essex Business School

Identity, Institutions and Governance in an AI World: TransHuman Relations

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Behavioural Social Sciences

Annecy Lax - Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies (LiFTS)

Research using theatre methodologies to examine behaviours, to perform behaviours, to adjust behaviours

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Professor Leonard Schalkwyk - School of Life Sciences

Epigenomic brain studies of AD

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Professor Silke Paulmann - Department of Psychology

How do we communicate emotional, motivational, or attitudinal intentions through our voice

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Dr Mike Rogerson - School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences

Green Exercise

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Dr Veronica Lamarche - Department of Psychology

Uncertainty & Vulnerability Regulation in Romantic Relationships

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Shaaba Lotun - Department of Psychology

Social media for social good

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Dr Ahrash Dianat - Department of Economics

Experimental Economics

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Dr Patrick Nolen - Department of Economics

Gender and Labour Markets

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2019