Daisy Arkell wins 'best talk' at annual Learning and Memory conference
Daisy awarded prize for 'best talk'
Congratulations to Daisy Arkell (PhD student supervised by Emma Wood and Oliver Hardt) who has been awarded the prize for the best talk at the Annual Learning and Memory conference organised by the Centre for Learning and Memory Processes (LAMP) at Durham University which took place on 17th October 2018. The title of her talk was "The black box effect: Reducing sensory stimulation after spatial learning promotes memory consolidation".
Well Done Daisy!
Daisy is pictured here with Professor John Pearce who gave the keynote talk at the meeting.