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19213 Ph.D. Student Umeå Sweden Umeå University 2018/08/24
19212 Ph.D. Student Berlin Germany Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 2018/07/16
19199 Post-doctoral position Cambridge UK University of Cambridge 2018/07/12
19198 Technician Mainz Germany German Resilience Center (DRZ) of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
19197 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader Glasgow UK University of Glasgow 2018/07/15
19192 Post-doctoral position Edmonton Canada University of Alberta
19191 Ph.D. Student Göttingen Germany University of Goettingen, Institute for Psychology 2018/07/03
19190 Research Associate london UK UCL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGY 2018/07/05
19189 Group Leader Trieste Italy SISSA, International School for Advanced Studies
19188 Post-doctoral position Montpellier France Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle 2018/07/13
19182 Ph.D. Student Edmonton Canada University of Alberta
19181 Post-doctoral position Oslo Norway University of Oslo 2018/07/01
19180 Ph.D. Student Bonn Germany research center caesar - Max Planck Society
19175 Technician Klosterneuburg, near Vienna Austria IST Austria - Institute of Science and Technology Austria
19171 Ph.D. Student Magdeburg Germany Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology
19170 Postdoc Ghent Belgium Ghent University
19164 Group Leader Canberra Australia Australian National University 2018/07/02
19163 Post-doctoral position Los Angeles, California USA University of Southern California
19161 Post-doctoral position Boston USA Tufts University
19160 Post-doctoral position Helsinki Finland University of Helsinki 2018/07/08
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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 Special Issue on the Neurobiological Bases of Autism Spectrum Disorders

The work spans almost the entirety of approaches represented in the neurosciences, reporting on molecular neurogenetics, synaptic physiology, neuronal pathology, animal models, human neurophysiology, anatomy and psychophysics as our field works to understand this extraordinarily prevalent condition. 


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Boost your technical skills

The following Cajal hands-on course is open for applications:

Linking Neural Circuits and Behaviour
8-26 October 2018

Deadline: 15 July.