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17th British Ocular Motor Group meeting

17th British Ocular Motor Group meeting
The University of Birmingham
Tuesday 13th December 2005

This year BOMG has moved to a more central location in the West Midlands. As with last year, BOMG will be held in conjunction with a half day meeting that aims to cover the use of fMRI in eye movement research. Once again, there will be prizes for the best presented posters.

Half day fMRI meeting, Monday 12th December, 1.30 - 5.30pm The meeting is intended to encourage discussion between researchers actively involved in imaging studies and those who are just starting out and wish to understand its applications further. Its main emphasis will be centred around sensorimotor and oculomotor imaging research. Invited speakers include Professor Chris Miall (University of Birmingham), Dr Peter Hansen (University of Birmingham) and Professor Graham Barnes (University of Manchester).

BOMG meeting, Tuesday 13th December, 9.30 - 5.00pm Invited speakers include Dr Hans van der Steen (Erasmus MC), Professor Paul Dean (University of Sheffield, UK) and Dr Iain Gilchrist (University of Bristol, UK).


250 words max. Please indicate whether your submission is for poster or oral presentation (oral presentations only for the fMRI meeting). Titles and abstracts should be submitted by email to Dr Emma Gowen ( Submission deadline: November 11th.

Registration fees (50% reduction for students):
fMRI meeting only: Ł15
BOMG meeting only: Ł35
BOMG and fMRI meeting: Ł40

Any enquiries contact Dr Emma Gowen (



I do/ do not wish to attend the 17th meeting of the British Ocular motor
group to be held on the Tuesday 13th December at The Department of
Psychology, Birmingham University.

I do/do not wish to attend the half day fMRI imaging meeting on Monday
12th December.

Please enclose your cheque made payable to The University of Birmingham and send it with this form to:

Dr Emma Gowen
Behavioural Brain Sciences
School of Psychology
B15 2TT
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 121 414 2867
Fax: +44 121 414 4897