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About

Baroness Susan Greenfield

Scientist, Writer, Broadcaster

Baroness Susan Greenfield is a neuroscientist, writer and broadcaster who has published over 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals. Susan studied for her undergraduate and doctoral degrees at Oxford University, and then held research fellowships at the College de France in Paris, NYU Medical Center in New York and at Melbourne University. She also has received 32 honorary degrees from universities around the world.

Her honours include:

  • The French government’s prestigious Legion d’Honneur
  • An Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians
  • The Australian Medical Research Society Medal
  • The American Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award
  • Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Susan has written many books on the brain and mind, including the best-selling ‘The Human Brain: A Guided Tour’ (1997), ‘The Private Life of the Brain’ (2000) and ‘A Day in the Life of the Brain: Consciousness from Dawn ‘til Dusk’ (2016).

Speaking

Baroness Greenfield is available for public speaking engagements for both the public and private sectors: she delivers keynote talks, lectures and after dinner speeches on neuroscience and its applications to wider issues such as leadership, creativity and risk-management.

Amongst the many esteemed organizations with whom Susan has worked on public speaking engagements are:

  • McKinsey
  • Investec
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Barclays Corporate
  • Egon Zehnder International
  • CoreNet Global
  • Bayer Global
  • Gartner
  • CBRE
  • ABTA
  • JUPITER ASSET MANAGEMENT
Susan Greenfield Speaking

Topics

Neurodegeneration

Susan has spent many years identifying and characterising novel brain mechanisms linked to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. As the population in general lives longer, these diseases that are usually associated with older age will become an ever-greater presence in society.

Her research has seen her recognized as one of the foremost experts in the field, developing her theory of neurodegeneration and becoming the driving force behind the biotech firm that she founded and of which she is the CEO – Neuro-Bio Ltd.

Book Susan to talk on this emotive, timely and relevant topic.

Susan Greenfield Neurodegeneration

Screen Technologies

What effect are computer games, social media and the internet in general having on the brains of users around the world? With these technologies still being in their relative infancy, the long-term impacts are not yet evident, but Baroness Greenfield suggests that 21st century living could be the basis for an issue she terms ‘Mind Change’.

Like the impact of climate change on the environment and the furious arguments that it inspires between those who feel we are doomed, those who suggest it is exaggerated and those who are hopeful that science can save us, Susan believes that the effect of modern tech on how future generations will think and feel – mind change – will also engender energetic debate and dispute. How do they alter how we process information, the degree to which we take risks, how we socialise and empathise with others and even how we view our own identity?

Gain an insight on this intriguing topic by booking Susan to speak at your event.

Susan Greenfield Screen Technologies

Consciousness

The point where philosophy and neuroscience intersect is fascinating and Susan speaks engagingly on this topic that brings together two of her great passions.

Using her expert research into the human mind, Susan will shed light on one of life’s biggest questions – how do we generate consciousness and an awareness of our own identity?

You will learn about how research into neuronal assemblies is helping us to better understand the link between local events in single cells of the brain with large-scale events in macro brain regions and how that relates to our concept of consciousness.

This is a topic that is thought provoking for everyone, presented in a way that will be understandable to the non-specialist.

Susan Greenfield Consciousness

Women in Science

A UNESCO Institute for Statistics report shows that less than 30% of the world’s researchers are women. As one of the world’s most vociferous advocates of female scientists and the first female director of the Royal Institution, Susan is all too familiar with the challenges facing women in science.

Baroness Susan Greenfield has reported to government on the most pressing issues facing female scientists, including:

  • The unpopularity of science with schoolgirls
  • The unpopularity of the physical sciences
  • Sexism and the glass ceiling for senior posts
  • Childcare provision for non-tenured female scientists

She continues to work tirelessly with a passion to level the playing field and work on innovative ways to increase the numbers of women in science.

To find out more about this topic, including why we find ourselves in this situation and how to resolve the issues at stake, book Susan to talk at your event.

Susan Greenfield Women in Science

Books

Susan has written extensively as a neuroscientist who explores consciousness, cognition, and human nature amongst many other topics you can find her books below and learn more about her scientific expertise and theories on the human brain.

Talks

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Blog

The MindBodyBrain Project with Paul Taylor - Podcast

The MindBodyBrain Project with Paul Taylor - Podcast

The MindBodyBrain Project

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Neuro-Bio’s paper on “International journal of Biochemistry and Biology”

Neuro-Bio’s paper on “International journal of Biochemistry and Biology”

International journal of Biochemistry and Biology

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The State of Human Touch: Benefits, Barriers and Solutions

The State of Human Touch: Benefits, Barriers and Solutions

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International Women’s Day, 2021

International Women’s Day, 2021

It is the female scientists, technicians and mathematicians who have proved vital to the global efforts.

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‘If you never fail, you're not being stretched’

‘If you never fail, you're not being stretched’

Embracing the art of the possible, with scientist Susan Greenfield

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Carpe Diem Connections By Yvette Francino

Carpe Diem Connections By Yvette Francino

Yvette Francino Interviews Baroness Susan Greenfield - Plasticity and the future of Alzheimer’s.

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RSA: Inspiring Leaders!

RSA: Inspiring Leaders!

INSPIRING LEADERS: BARONESS SUSAN GREENFIELD

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Careers in Discovery

Careers in Discovery

Don’t become a scientist for status, don’t do it impress people, don’t do it to get rich. Only do it if the work.

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Rosalind Franklin Institute Science Seminar Series!

Rosalind Franklin Institute Science Seminar Series!

Susan Greenfield Starts the Rosalind Franklin Institute Science Seminar Series!

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Global Woman Club: Notting Hill Meeting

Global Woman Club: Notting Hill Meeting

Susan was invited to join inspiring woman for the launch of Global Woman Club Notting Hill Meeting.

 

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Neuro-Bio's Press Conference at Royal College of Physicians London, 05/04/2022

Neuro-Bio's Press Conference at Royal College of Physicians London, 05/04/2022

Neuro-Bio's Press Conference

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Head First Conference 2022

Head First Conference 2022

Keynote Speaker at the Head First Conference 2022

Title: The Neuroscience of Subjective Experience

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The Financial Review

The Financial Review

During her recent trip to Australia, Neuro-Bio’s CEO, Susan Greenfield,  interviewed by Julie Hare, Education editor for the Australian “Financial Review”.

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European Biopharmaceutical Review

European Biopharmaceutical Review

Susan Greenfield shares her insights on the challenges of developing Alzheimer’s disease treatments.

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8th EAN Congress in Vienna

8th EAN Congress in Vienna

Susan Greenfield speaks at the Opening Session - EAN 2022 Congress

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EAN Congress 2022: Challenges for women in neurology

EAN Congress 2022: Challenges for women in neurology

The 8th edition of Challenges for women in neurology took place in Vienna during the EAN 2022 Annual Congress. Prof. Elena Moro from France and Dr. Antonella Macerollo from the UK finally welcomed in-person participants to this networking event, which has been a regular feature of EAN Congress since the first meeting in 2015.

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Contact

Susan Greenfield Address
Building F5,
Culham Science Centre,
Abingdon, Oxon,
OX14 3DB

Company No: 04913644

VAT No: GB685718388

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