TARG Lab Meeting Seminar Series

Coronavirus Update! For the foreseeable future our lab meetings are taking place weekly on Fridays at 3:00pm via remote access.

If you have any questions about accessing the meeting, please feel free to contact targ-admin@bristol.ac.uk for further assistance.


March 2020

Friday 20 March

Mini-presentations from the Meta Research Stream
Robby Thibault, Jackie Thompon, Katie Drax, Mark Gibson, Robbie Clark (TARG, University of Bristol)

Friday 27 March

Blogs, Social Media and Gamification
André Tomlin (Mental Elf and the National Elf Service) 


 April 2020

Friday 3 April

Remote Tea Party!
A wellbeing check for TARG

Friday 10 April - Good Friday, No meeting scheduled

 

Friday 17 April - University Closure Day, No meeting scheduled

  

Friday 24 April

Where's that Whiskey? Assessing attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli
Charlotte Pennington (University of West England)


May 2020

Friday 1 May

Genetic risk factors for neurodevelopmental disorders
Ragna Askeland (Norwegian Institute of Public Health)

Friday 8 May - May Bank Holiday, No meeting scheduled

  

Friday 15 May

Organising our work for ourselves and others
Marcus Munafo (TARG, University of Bristol)

Friday 22 May

The biological background of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
Ville Karhunen (Imperial College London)

Friday 29 May

Archiving Research Data on a Research Data Repository
Kirsty Merrett (Research Data Services, University of Bristol)


June 2020

Friday 5 June

Head-cam interactions - piloting an after-school workshop
Hannah Sallis (TARG, University of Bristol)

Friday 12 June

Using ecological momentary assessment to understand PTSD symptoms in daily life
Tayla Greene (University of Haifa, Israel)

Friday 19 June

Neuroimaging study of chronic ketamine use & smoking cessation
Yanhui Liao (Central South University, China)

Friday 26 June

Choice architecture interventions to reduce alcohol consumption
Jana Lutus (TARG, University of Bristol)


July 2020

Friday 3 July

Exploring the relationship between alexithymia and recognition of emotional expressions in children with ASD
Zoe Reed (TARG, University of Bristol)

Friday 10 July

Press-office basics - liaising with the media
Caroline Clancy-Cottle (University of Bristol Press Office)

Friday 17 July - Note this session runs 12 noon to 1pm

Activity: Meet the team and working together
Marcus Munafo (TARG, University of Bristol)

Friday 24 July

TBD
TBD

Friday 31 July

Open Discussion
Bring what you want to discuss


For more information regarding our lab meetings, please contact us:

targ-admin@bristol.ac.uk

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