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The Autumn School in Cognitive Neuroscience held at Experimental psychology has been running for many years and has become has become a regular feature of the Oxford Neuroscience Calendar. This year’s event was held on the 30th September. Once again the event was a sell out and a packed auditorium listened to a range of speakers from Oxford, Cambridge, Nottingham and UCL including Mark Buckley, Kate Watkins and Chris Summerfield.

Masud Husain, who has organised the event for the last two years, said it was “A fantastic demonstration of how high quality cognitive neuroscience can engage and inspire the next generation of scientific leaders." Special thanks go to Laura Monroy for helping make the event such a great success.