Connecting European Neuroscience

EJN Young Investigator Prize

It is a personal prize of GBP 7,000. Candidates must either be working in a European research institution or be of European origin if working outside of Europe. Individuals may apply themselves or be nominated by fellow neuroscientists.

EJN Young Investigator Prize

£ 7,000 Sponsored by WILEY 

Recognising outstanding scientific work in all areas of neuroscience

Candidates must be aged 35 or under (at the nomination deadline) and be either working in a European research institution or, if working elsewhere, be of European origin.

The following age rules apply for the Young Investigator Prize:
Women: 18 months per child is added to the age limit of 35 years.
Men: Actual time of paternity leave is added to the age limit of 35 years.

Candidates may self-nominate or be nominated by fellow neuroscientists.

The award will be presented at the FENS Forum 2020 in Glasgow, UK, 11-15 July 2020, where the awardee will be required to give a lecture. They will also be required to write a review article for publication in EJN.

Nominations are now closed.

The evaluation committee will meet in March 2019 and all applicants will be notified of the results in April 2019. 

For enquiries, please contact: awards@fens.org

Upcoming Awards

  • 2020
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EJN Best Publication Award 2019

This biennial award recognises the best original research article published in EJN over the preceding two-year period (published or accepted in 2017 and 2018). It is a personal award of 3,000 £.

Deadline for application: 31 March 2019

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