Connecting European Neuroscience

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13724 Post-doctoral position Boston USA Harvard University 2017/12/01
13719 Post-doctoral position Edinburgh UK University of Edinburgh 2017/08/30
13715 Post-doctoral position Bethesda USA National Institute of Mental Health
13714 Post-doctoral position Lausanne Switzerland University of Lausanne
13695 Ph.D. Student Edinburgh UK University of Edinburgh 2017/09/08
13691 Post-doctoral position Zurich Switzerland University of Zurich 2017/09/01
13685 Ph.D. Student Turin Italy University of Turin 2018/02/28
13684 Post-doctoral position New Haven USA Yale University School of Medicine 2018/01/31
13683 Postdoctoral fellow Bordeaux France NEUROCENTER MAGENDIE
13682 Several Scientific Staff Positions UK International Brain Laboratory
13681 Post-doctoral position London UK King's College London 2017/09/10
13680 Post-doctoral position Bochum Germany Ruhr University Bochum
13679 Ph.D. Student Bochum Germany Ruhr University Bochum
13678 Post-doctoral position stockholm Sweden Karolinska Institutet
13676 Post-doctoral position Magdeburg Germany Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg
13675 Technician Magdeburg Germany Otto-von-Guericke-University 2017/08/23
13670 Zebrafish and Amphibian Facility Manager (m/f) Bonn Germany Max Planck Research Group, caesar 2017/09/15
13669 Lab Manager (m/f) Bonn Germany Max Planck Research Group, caesar 2017/09/15
13665 Post-doctoral position Charlottesville USA University of Virginia School of Medicine 2017/09/12
13664 Several Positions Portugal International Brain Laboratory 2017/09/01
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How to become a FENS member

FENS currently represents 43 European neuroscience societies with 24.000 member scientists from 33 European countries.

Are you not yet a member of your national society? Then, please click the 'join FENS' button at the top right of this page, enter your details and an application will be sent to your preferred Society and therefore also to FENS.


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EJN Transparent Peer Review

Transparent Peer Review for Greater Accountability:

All of the peer review documentation (referees' reports, authors' responses, editors' comments and the names of the reviewers) will be open and interlinked to the published article.

Access EJN borchure.


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Funding for History Online Projects

This call provides grants for outstanding projects whose aim is to document the history and development of neuroscience in Europe.

Deadline: 2 October 2017

Apply here to fund your project.