Learning and Memory Processes Centre
The research centre focuses on the processes of learning and memory in both health and disease. Old age, as well as various diseases and medical conditions can have a huge impact on our ability to learn and remember new information. The work in the centre brings together experts using a range of approaches to build a clearer understanding of how learning and memory processes work in healthy brains, how these processes can go wrong, and how these healthy mechanisms can be restored when they go wrong.
- 1st ANNUAL LAMP CENTRE MEETING 10:00am to 4:00pm
- Neuraclin Meeting 2017 10:00am, James Cook University Hospital
- Multidisciplinary approaches to memory series 4:00pm to 6:00pm, L47, Dr Anna Grubert
- Multidisciplinary approaches to memory series 4:00pm to 6:00pm, L47, Prof. Simon James
- Discussion of Collaborative Project 10:00am to 11:00am
Dr Alex Easton will be joining a discussion panel at the Tyneside Cinema for a showing of 'Faces Places' - an award winning film focused on friendship, perspective and memories
(28 Aug 2018)
Meetings in Durham
The LAMP Centre is delighted to highlight three exciting meetings happening this Autumn.
(18 Jun 2018) » More about Meetings in Durham
Registration now open for the annual meeting!
The centre provides a focus of excellent research in learning and memory and we are therefore hosting a new annual research meeting which will be held in Durham in the Autumn. Full details can be found here
(23 May 2018) » More about Annual Learning and Memory meeting
Leverhulme Fellowship awarded
Dr Alexander Easton has recently been awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship, starting in May 2019. His work on developing a language free task of episodic memory will be the focus of this award and is part of ongoing work in the centre linking tasks of episodic memory in animals and humans.
(3 May 2018)