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Meet the laureates of the 2020 FENS EJN awards

22 July, 2020 in FENS News

Meet Seth Grant (UK), laureate of the FENS EJN Award, and Laurence Hunt (UK), FENS EJN Young Investigator Award. Both laureates gave a lecture at the FENS 2020 Virtual Forum.

Meet Seth Grant (UK) and Laurence Hunt (UK), laureates of the FENS EJN Award and FENS EJN Young Investigator Award.

The FENS EJN Award is given in recognition of outstanding scientific work in all areas of neuroscience. The award is a personal prize of £10,000, sponsored by Wiley (publisher of EJN). The prize winner is required to give a lecture at the FENS Forum and write a review for publication in EJN. 

In 2020 the FENS EJN Award winner is Prof. Seth Grant (University of Edinburgh, UK). 

The FENS EJN Young Investigator Prize is given in recognition of outstanding scientific work in all areas of neuroscience to a researcher under 35 years of age at the time of nomination. The award is a personal prize of £7,000, sponsored by Wiley (publishers of EJN). The award is presented at the FENS Forum where the awardee is required to give a lecture. They will also be required to write a review article for publication in EJN. 

The FENS EJN Young Investigator Prize 2020 winner is Dr. Laurence Hunt (University of Oxford, UK). 

Learn more about the awardees and their research in the video below.

FENS, EJN and Wiley collaborate to support several research awards: FENS-EJN Award, FENS-EJN Young Investigator Prize and EJN Best Publication Award. More information here.

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