Connecting European Neuroscience

History online projects awarded in 2018

11 December, 2018 in FENS News

FENS warmly congratulates the ten history online projects awarded in 2018.

The FENS History Committee organises annual calls for European History of Neuroscience Projects, to document the history and development of neuroscience in Europe. The following projects are the ones selected in 2018 and granted to receive support.

Twenty-six applications from fourteen countries were received and ten projects from nine different countries were selected.

Warm congratulations to the awardees:

  • Brains by catalogue: surveying preserved Human brains in Portugal - Ana Nunes from Lisboa, Portugal
  • Cell Biology and Neuroscience at the Time of the Development of the Cell Theory - Helmut Kettenmann from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association, Berlin, Germany
  • Continuing the legacy of ancient neurosurgeons: Rebuilding ancient trephined skulls with the 3D printing technology - Jagoš Golubović from the Clinical Centre of Vojvodina, Clinic of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  • E.N. Sokolov the founder of vector psychophysiology in Lomonosov Moscow State University - Evgenia Nikonova from Lomonosow Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
  • Living History — The History of Spanish Neuroscience in First Person - Alex Gomez-Marin from the Instituto de Neurociencias, Sant Joan d'Alacant, Spain
  • Neuroscience in Georgia - Mzia Zhvania from the Ilia State University and I. Beritashvili Center of Experimental Biomedicine, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Neurotoxicology: historical roots in Europe - Michele Augusto Riva from the School of Medicine and Surgery, University of Milano Bicocca, Monza, Italy
  • Pavlov’s wayward pupil: full of twists and turns Jerzy Konorski’s life - Łukasz Bijoch from the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology PAS, Warsaw, Poland
  • Tracing the origins of modern neuroscience in ancient Greece - Kyriaki Sidiropoulou from IMBB-FORTH, Heraklio, Greece
  • Unraveling the Past of Women in Neurosciences: their Contributions to Understanding of Brain and Behavior - Isabel María Martín Monzón from the University of Seville, Spain

 

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