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The Centre for the Creative Brain at St Edmund Hall hosted an afternoon lecture series on ‘Sense and Synesthesia’ to explore this extraordinary sensory stimulation.

Last weekend PiNG had the pleasure of hosting a Centre for the Creative Brain event at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford. The Centre for the Creative Brain is generously supported by St Edmund Hall and the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging, University of Oxford. All its events are free and open to the public. A big thank you to Ioana Grigoras, DPhil student with PiNG, for organising the event.

The Centre for the Creative Brain at St Edmund Hall hosted an afternoon lecture series on ‘Sense and Synesthesia’ to explore this extraordinary sensory stimulation. Hosted by Professor Charlotte Stagg, St Edmund Hall Fellow by Special Election in Neuroscience, the event brought together a wide ranging insight into synesthesia in children and adults, the different forms of the condition and how it influences creative professions. The Hall also welcomed special guest James Wannerton, president of the UK Synesthesia Association.

The full article about the event is here.