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2021 training activities programme: call for ideas

03 September, 2019 in FENS News

Scientists from all domains in neuroscience are invited to submit ideas for themes and topics for the 2021 educational and training programme. Deadline: 30 September 2019

Scientists from all domains in neuroscience are invited to suggest their ideas for topics and themes to support the 2021 FENS educational and training programme:

- CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programmein partnership with IBRO, The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, the University of Bordeaux and the Champalimaud Foundation, FENS offers a programme of 2-3 week hands-on training courses. The advanced training courses may be either purely technical or have a topic-related focus within a framework of technical advances. Six courses are organised per year.

- FENS Summer and Winter Schools in collaboration with the Society for Neuroscience and the Hertie Foundation respectively. FENS summer and winter schools last 1 week and are focused on defined topics in neuroscience. Chaired and taught in intimate settings by invited international renowned experts, FENS schools offer a framework where PhD students and early career scientists may expand their professional horizon, get exposed to new ideas and discuss concepts of modern neuroscience in an informal atmosphere.

- The Brain Conferences establish a series of high-level meetings on neuroscience in Europe. Organised by FENS in collaboration with The Brain Prize, these bi-annual conferences bring together outstanding researchers in key areas of contemporary neuroscience to discuss current concepts and define challenges for future research. They usually last 4 days.

Deadline for submitting your ideas: 30 September 2019

More information about the modalities of this call for ideas can be found here

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