Conference Presentations & Posters

Neuroscience Postgraduate Welcome Poster Session

28 Sep 2022, University of Sussex

Poster title: "Cytoplasmic dynein 1 defects cause reduced muscle strength and motor coordination, aberrant neuromuscular junction formation and TDP-43 mislocalisation"

Presenting my poster.
Presenting my poster.

PhD Careers Symposium 2022

1 Jul 2022, University of Sussex

Presentation title: "Cytoplasmic dynein defects cause reduced muscle strength and motor coordination, aberrant neuromuscular junction formation and TDP-43 mislocalisation"

Presenting my research at the symposium.
Presenting my research at the symposium.

European Network to Cure ALS (ENCALS) Conference 2022

1 Jun 2022, Edinburgh

Poster title: "Cytoplasmic dynein 1 defects cause reduced muscle strength and motor coordination, aberrant neuromuscular junction formation and TDP-43 mislocalisation"

Presenting my poster at ENCALS.
Presenting my poster at ENCALS.

Life Sciences PhD Careers Symposium

30 Jun 2021, University of Sussex (virtual)

Poster title: "The Role of Dynein in Microglial Activation"

Neuroscience Postgraduate Welcome Poster Session

2 Oct 2019, University of Sussex

Poster title: "Potential of Microglia as a Source of microRNAs in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis"

Presenting my poster at Sussex.
Presenting my poster at Sussex.

Sussex Neuroscience PhD Symposium

11 Jul 2019, University of Sussex

Presentation title: “Optimising the visualisation of calcium activity in the white matter of the brain post-surgery”.

Honours Project Presentation Conference

13 Dec 2017, University of Glasgow

Presentation title: “Therapeutic potential of angiotensin-(1-7) following stroke in hypertensive rats”.

The 10th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference

30 Mar 2017, University of Glasgow

Presentation title: “Heart Rate Variability in Schizophrenia and Clinical-High-Risk Individuals”.

Presenting at the Learning and Teaching Conference 2017.
Presenting at the Learning and Teaching Conference 2017.

Let's Talk About [X]: An Undergraduate Research Conference

16 Feb 2017, University of Glasgow

Presentation title: “Why More People Should Be Interested In The Brain-Heart Relationship”.

Watch me on the trailer of this conference in the video here on YouTube