Rising Stars seminar series
This seminar series is a chance to hear from early career researchers across the UK and beyond, working in the field of learning and neurodevelopmental diversity.
This seminar series is a chance to hear from early career researchers across the UK and beyond, working in the field of learning and neurodevelopmental diversity. We're particularly interested in hearing from researchers whose work has practical implications for children, families, educators, or clinicians.
Speakers in the early stages of their research career present a two-part seminar to a small audience from the Salvesen Mindroom Research Centre and our affiliated groups at the University of Edinburgh.
Speakers' presentations are in two parts. Part one is on new findings from their work and part two is on something that is not normally shared in traditional research outputs (conference presentations, posters, and journals).
This year's theme is Open science and reproducibility.
If you’re interested in hearing more about the seminar series, or would like to be a Rising Stars speaker, please contact Rachael Davis.
Previous Rising Stars
Dr Priya Silverstein, November 2020: How infants learn to follow eye gaze.
- Video: Rising Stars Seminar - Priya Silverstein
- SMRC Rising Stars Seminar Series video
Dr Dean DSouza, June 2020: Understanding constraints on early language and cognitive development.
- Video: Rising Stars Seminar - Dean DSouza
- SMRC Rising Stars Seminar video with Dean DSouza
Dr Hannah Pickard, September 2019: Identifying mechanisms that are associated with social anxiety in autistic and neurotypical people.
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