'What is Psychology doing for Autism? A brief look at past research and where it is heading.'
A talk by Professor Dermot Bowler, 19th February 2019, from 6pm (Talk begins at 7pm).
|Special offer - £5 discount when you book this event and the LOUPS Conference together.|
This social event combines a talk and social drinks where you can meet other Open University Psychology students in the London Region both before and after the talk.
We are delighted to have Professor Dermot Bowler giving this talk.
Professor Bowler graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1976 and gained his PhD from the University of London in 1986. After working at the Thomas Coram Research Unit and the Medical Research Council, he joined City University London as a lecturer in 1990. He has also held honorary positions at the Universite de Montreal and is currently an adjunct professor at McGill University, Montreal.
Professor Bowler's research interests focus on memory in people from the high functioning end of the autism spectrum, and have been generously supported by the Medical Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Wellcome Trust, the Nuffield foundation and Autism Speaks. His most recent book is 'Autism Spectrum Disorders: a psychological approach'.
A flier for this event is available here LOUPS Pub social Feb 2019.
|Please note that this event is limited to 45 attendees and usually sells out. We can't guarantee entry on the night, so book now to secure your place !|
Tickets cost £10 in advance or £12 on the door*.
Cost includes a glass of wine/beer or soft drink before the talk (up until 7pm).
*subject to availability as numbers are limited to 45 attendees. Please check availability on the day.
The Beaver's Retreat (upstairs bar of the George IV pub),
30 Portugal St.,
London WC2A 2HF.
Click here for information on accessibility, parking and other related facilities.
Travel and directions
The George IV is owned by the London School of Economics, and is near their main buildings. Directions can be found here.
The nearest tube station is Holborn and the venue is about 5 minutes walk from there.