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02 November, 2020
in FENS News
The FENS Regional Meeting (FRM) set to take place on 25-27 August 2021, and jointly organised by the Polish Neuroscience Society and the Lithuanian Neuroscience Association, will take place as an online meeting.
In light of the challenges presented by the pandemic across Europe and the continuing uncertainty of the global health situation, the Organising Committee has decided to hold the FRM as a virtual conference. Read the announcement on the FRM website.
FENS supports this decision which will allow the Organising Committee to design an event that will offer attendees an enhanced online experience. The virtual FRM will be an excellent platform for strengthening neuroscience regionally in all European countries, promoting scientific exchange within and across European regions, and securing representation and access to the FRM programme for all scientists. As such, it also reflects FENS’ and its member societies’ active commitment towards the values of inclusiveness, diversity and equality in neuroscience.
FENS is looking forward to supporting the Polish Neuroscience Society and the Lithuanian Neuroscience Association in the organisation of the FRM.
The deadline for the Call for Symposia has been extended until 1 December 2020. Find out more on the FRM website.
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