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Sandra Neumann and Christine Cross to host new CRAFTS sessions

2 October 2015

On October 8 2015, the fortnightly CRAFTS sessions at CRICBristol will return, with Sandra Berlau Neumann discussing the subject of Physiological Monitoring.

Sandra, who is doing a three-year PhD at the University of Bristol, regularly conducts neuroscientific research at CRICBristol and has been involved in several of our research projects.

The next session, on October 22, will see PhD student Christine Cross giving a talk on how clinical and preclinical research investigations can be carried out on the brain development of a premature neonate.

Christine is currently on a four-year course working alongside Dr Michael Ashby of the School of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience , and Dr Karen Luyt of Neonatal Neurology. Their investigations into the development of the newborn brain is funded by the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research.

If you are interested in giving a talk on your chosen area of research at a future CRAFTS session, please contact Dr Jonathan Brooks at or Sandra Berlau Neumann at

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