Queen’s University Belfast talk on Theology and Neuroscience

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Professor Irene Tracey from the University of Oxford, will be speaking on “Theology and Neuroscience” on 24th January at 16:15 in Queen’s University Belfast. This event is organised by Joanne McConnell and students, staff, and the general public are welcome to attend. This talk is for over 18s only.

About Professor Irene Tracey

Irene Tracey is Nuffield Professor of Anaesthetic Science at the University of Oxford. Her multidisciplinary basic science and clinical team have pioneered the use of neuroimaging tools in pain neuroscience with translation for the management and treatment of acute and chronic pain conditions, radically altering our thinking about what influences and constitutes pain perception. She regularly teaches pain specialists, GPs, lawyers and the lay public in addition to her training of surgeons, anaesthetists, and scientists. She holds significant leadership roles and is Director of the world-leading Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic imaging of the Brain. As Nuffield Chair in Anaesthetic Science, the first appointed woman, and scientist, she is successfully revitalising academic anaesthesia.

Contact Queen’s University Belfast

For more information contact the department on theology@qub.ac.uk or give them a call on 028 9097 3612/3656.

 

 

 


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