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Miranda and Deniz presented their posters at the Oxford Autumn School in Neuroscience, a two-day course filled with informative talks on a wide range of neuroscience topics.

This year marked the first Oxford Autumn School in Neuroscience. The programme featured lectures on topics including development, cognition, neurophysiology and neurology, with speakers from the UK, US, and Europe, and attendees from around the world. Miranda's poster demonstrated how she is using electroencephalography (EEG) to characterise changes in brain activity during infant eye screening tests, and Deniz's poster demonstrated how slow, gentle touch can reduce EEG-measured pain-related brain activity. Oxford Autumn School Neuroscience