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20438 Post-doctoral position MONTPELLIER France Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle
20435 Ph.D. Student Edinburgh UK University of Edinburgh 2018/11/30
20433 Group Leader Germany Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen 2018/11/10
20427 Post-doctoral position San Francisco USA UCSF 2019/01/11
20426 Ph.D. Student Aachen Germany RWTH Aachen University 2018/10/31
20425 Ph.D. Student Aachen Germany RWTH Aachen University 2018/10/31
20424 Ph.D. Student Edinburgh UK University of Edinburgh 2018/10/25
20419 Post-doctoral position Bergen Norway University of Bergen 2018/11/04
20414 Ph.D. Student Frankfurt am Main Germany Max Planck for Brain Research 2018/12/01
20412 Post-doctoral position Edinburgh UK University of Edinburgh 2018/10/26
20396 Post-doctoral position St. Petersburg, Florida, USA USA Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
20394 Ph.D. Student Dresden Germany TU Dresden
20384 Technician Salt Lake City USA University of Utah 2019/01/05
20366 Post-doctoral position Magdeburg Germany Otto-von-Guericke-University
20363 Post-doctoral position Lausanne Switzerland Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
20362 Post-doctoral position Lausanne Switzerland Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
20355 Ph.D. Student MIlan Italy San Raffaele Scientific Institute 2018/11/15
20347 Technician Padova Italy UNiversity of Padova 2018/11/15
20346 Post-doctoral position PADOVA Italy University of Padova
20345 Post-doctoral position Padova Italy University of Padova 2018/11/15
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How to become a FENS member

FENS currently represents 43 European neuroscience societies with 22.000 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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