As you will soon realise, or may have already realised, there is a never-ending supply of lectures, seminars, workshops and training sessions available to you at Cambridge. You are able to participate in pretty much everything that the University offers, which can be a blessing and a hindrance at the same time. Here we have tried to select the most appropriate opportunities for you. Please keep us posted with details of anything you come across which proves to be useful so that we can add this to the calendar and open the opportunities up to other students.
Departmental Lunchtime Lectures (Psychiatry)
Dates: Every Thursday in Term
Time: 12:30– 1.30pm
Venue: Herchel Smith Seminar Room
Here you can access some recordings of previous speaker interviews.
- Department of Psychiatry Talks Stream – Talks.Cam
This is a list of talks which are of interest to the Department of Psychiatry. It includes talks by members of the Department as well as talks taking place in other Departments which students might find useful.
Other Lecture Series
The Department also hosts Behavioural Neuroscience Seminars, and Social and Developmental Psychology Seminars. The MRC-Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit hold weekly seminars, the Chaucer Club, at the MRC-CBU on Chaucer Road on Thursdays throughout the year. International and national speakers present current research on a wide range of topics in areas relating to brain and cognition at these colloquia. Students may choose to attend these seminars to supplement their graduate education, in discussion with their supervisors.
Dates: Every Thursday during Full Term
Chaucer Club talks are currently taking place online on Thursdays at 2pm. Attendance at live talks is restricted to MRC CBU staff and students, and the University of Cambridge academic community including alumni. Users must use a zoom account registered to a *cam.ac.uk or *cantab.net email address.