#IEPA11 2018 Plenary Speaker II: Adolescence Social Cognition and Development
University College London
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore is Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL. She is Leader of the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Group and Deputy Director of the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. Her group’s research focuses on brain development in human adolescence.
Professor Blakemore studied Experimental Psychology at Oxford University and then did her PhD at UCL and a postdoc in Lyon, France. Between 2003 and 2016 she held a series of Royal Society Research Fellowships at UCL. Professor Blakemore has won several awards for her research, including the British Psychological Society Spearman Medal 2011, the Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award 2013 and the Klaus J Jacobs Prize 2015.
Professor Blakemore is actively involved in public engagement with science activities and has an interest in the links between neuroscience and education. She sat on the Royal Society BrainWaves working group for neuroscience, education and lifelong learning and the Royal Society Vision Committee for Science and Mathematics Education. She worked with the Islington Community Theatre on their play, Brainstorm, written and performed by teenagers, which was shown at the National Theatre in London.
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Hotel Venue – The Westin Copley Place
IEPA 11th International Conference on Early Intervention in Mental Health, “Prevention & Early Intervention: Broadening the Scope” will take place at The Westin Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The hotel, ideally located in the Back Bay, puts you minutes from shopping, entertainment, restaurants, and plenty of things to do in Boston.
Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Ave
Boston, Massachusetts 02116