Human Neurobehavioral Laboratory (HNL) attended the conference “British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience”, at Cambridge University

The Human Neurobehavioral Laboratory (HNL) attended the conference “British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience” at Cambridge University (UK) on 2019, September 2-4, attended by more than 200 neuroscience researchers, teachers and students The HNL team presented two posters:

Poster I - “Is intake of caffeine via an oral film as effective as an expresso?” which presented results of our study comparing at a neuropsychophysiological level the effect of caffeine incorporated in an oral film developed by Prof. Manuela Pintado’s team from ESB with the intake of a regular espresso;

E. Fernandes, F. Ribeiro, A. Moreno, P. Batista, M. Pintado, P. Oliveira-Silva. Is intake of caffeine via an oral film as effective as an expresso? Annual Meeting for the British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience (BACN), Robinson College, Cambridge, September, 2019.

Poster II - “Development of a neuropsychophysiological protocol to evaluate oral films for the delivery of neuroactive substances” which reported an innovative neuropsychophysiological protocol developed by the HNL team to characterize the impact of neuroactive substances present in vehicles for oral drug administration such as the oral films.

P. Batista, E. Fernandes, F. Ribeiro, A. Moreno, P. Oliveira-Silva, M. Pintado. Development of a neuropsychophysiological protocol to evaluate oral films for the delivery of neuroactive substances, Annual Meeting for the British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience (BACN), Robinson College, Cambridge, September, 2019.

For more information: https://www.bacn.co.uk

2019, September