The German Neuroscience Society has selected its stipend awardees for the FENS Forum 2018

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The German Neuroscience Society has selected its stipend awardees for the FENS Forum 2018

20 March, 2018 in FENS News

FENS warmly congratulates the recipients of the FENS Forum travel grants from the German Neuroscience Society.

The German Neuroscience Society has selected the stipend awardees for the GNS grants (500 Euro), which will allow the winners to attend the FENS Forum 2018 in Berlin. Here the names of the awardees listed below:

• Thordis Arnold (Kassel)
• Antonia Beiersdorfer (Hamburg)
• David Bergin (Hannover)
• Dominik Dannehl (Mannheim)
• Nina Hahn (Göttingen)
• Fatemeh Hassani Nia (Hamburg)
• Stefanie Hauck (Bonn)
• Sarah Joost (Rostock)
• Merryn Jordan (Mannheim)
• Shokoufeh Khakipoor (Freiburg)
• Antje Kilias (Freiburg)
• Stanislava Knyazeva (Magdeburg)
• Ina Leiter (Hannover)
• Constanze Lenschow (Lisabon)
• Thomas Lissek (Heidelberg)
• Anne Stephanie Mallien (Mannheim)
• Sabina Marciano (Tübingen)
• Daniel Nicolae Mitroi (Madrid)
• Moritz Oberstadt (Leipzig)
• Michael Rabenstein (Rostock)
• Phillip Rieder (Homburg)
• Nicole Rosskothen-Kuhl (Freiburg)
• Annabelle Schlüter (Heidelberg)
• Akash Srivastava (Jena)
• Bharath Chandra Talluri (Hamburg)
• Winnie Wefelmeyer (London)
• Lisa Welzel (Hannover)

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