The Library launched the Research Café in 2014. It is a new service to provide a series of informal and engaging events where research postgraduate students can get together, network, present their research, exchange ideas across disciplines, and polish presentation skills.
Theme: Brain and Mind
Moderator: Prof. LAU Chong-fuk, Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy
Feedback on Presentation Skills: Mr. Ray CHAU, Assistant Lecturer, The Independent Learning Centre
- How Attentional Networks Differentiate the Healthy Aging and Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI): from Neuropsychology to Cognitive Neuroscience
Hanna LU, Ph.D. Candidate in Medical Sciences, Department of Psychiatry
- Amyloid Burden and Cognitive Decline in Stroke/TIA patients - An In-Vivo Pittsburgh Compound-B Positron Emission Tomography Study
Wenyan LIU, Ph.D. Student in Medical Sciences, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine &Therapeutics
- Computational Differential Geometry on Brain Morphometry
Ka Chun LAM, Ph.D. Student, Department of Mathematics
- Ketamine users have high rates of psychosis and depression
Yong LIN, Ph.D. Student in Medical Sciences, Department of Psychiatry
Time: 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Venue: Cafe Area, G/F, University Library