Below is a list of the events in CBCD.You can also see past events.
CBCD PhD student Brittney Chere gives short virtual lessons on the brain aimed at children in years 4-6 as part of a Family Learning Series for parents and children. The series of videos, ‘The Brain Explained’, are short lessons accompanied by fun activities for impactful family learning.
Please join us for a virtual COFFEE TALK and add interest to your day! Every Tuesday from 11-11:30 one researcher from our Babylab will talk about their research, there will be a chance to ask questions and chat to researchers and other parents. Everyone is welcome! Click here for details.
Struggling to work from home while taking care of your children at the same time? Listen to our very own Prof Emily Jones for tips and advice! Click here to listen from about 45:00.
This Saturday, March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day. From the CBCD we wanted to show our support and help raise awareness by joining Down Syndrome International’s Lots of Socks campaign. Post your multi-coloured socks on social media and tag the following: #LotsofSocks #WorldDownSyndromeDay #WDSD2020 #DSAwareness #DownSyndrome #extrachromosome21 #T21
Our very own Dr Iroise Dumontheil is giving a lecture on using educational neuroscience for science/maths achievement in primary school as part of the Birkbeck 100 years of joining the University of London celebratory events. These are held on the theme of “opening education” thus showcasing Birkbeck’s unique commitment to access and excellence. For more details and to book your tickets click here.
When: 11 February 2020, 18:00 — 19:00 with a drinks reception afterwards
Venue: Birkbeck Clore Management Centre, B01
Everyone is welcome!
15-16 November 2019
This past weekend we celebrated 21 (!) years of the CBCD with a 2-day conference. There were talks by former and present members of the CBCD who are now all over the world. Read Annie Brookman-Byrnes fantastic article to learn more about the conference and the broad range of science that the CBCD has been involved in in the past two decades.
We are looking forward to 21 more years of exciting developmental science!
Understanding children’s cognitive development – past, present and future
27-28 March 2018
For recordings of select speakers click here.