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FENS 2020 Virtual Forum: join us for #FENSFriday!

24 July, 2020 in FENS News

Join us for #FENSFriday: we are looking forward to hearing your highlights from the FENS 2020 Virtual Forum. We will be sharing ours on social media and in this article - stay tuned, we have some surprises in store!

Every Friday during the Forum extended access (end 15 October), we will be sharing our highlights from the FENS 2020 Virtual Forum on our social media channels and in this article.  

Stay tuned, we have some surprises in store!

Friday 7 August 2020

Today, we are catching up on the Fred Kavli Opening Lecture: "Differential resilience to perturbation of circuits with similar performance" by Eve Marder (US).

Today, we will be catching up on:

Sheena Josselyn's plenary PL03 on "The amygdala and memory: recalling the past, imaging the future."

Sheena Josselyn

Download here the graphic illustration by Engage Visually for PL03 

We also replayed some of the #FENS2020 sessions looking into the use of animal research, how we use animal models & why we should aim for greater openness about it:

SiE 12 "Animal experimentation and the search for alternatives – current developments and future perspectives", organised by FENS-CARE

SiE 10 "Improving openness in animal research within the European neuroscience community", organised by EARA

Friday 24 July 2020

Today, we will be catching up on:

The Brain Debate "Which brains are we studying?" 

The Brain Debate 2

Download here the graphic illustration by Engage Visually for the Brain Debate

Erin Schuman's plenary lecture PL02 "Local protein synthesis in neurons"

Download here the graphic illustration by Engage Visually for PL02

Some of the ALBA Network sessions in the Open Theatre, featuring talks by inspiring neuroscience leaders. Further info on the ALBA Network website 

Share your highlights on social media using #FENSFriday!

 

You can also prolong the experience with the podcasts available on Podbean or on the Forum website.

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All graphic recording and podcasts have been produced with the support of the Dana Foundation.

 

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