News & Events
Shaping the future of neuroscience in Europe and beyond
- - Eppendorf Award for Young European Investigators in 2017 won by Tom Baden.
- - Asya Rolls has been selected by HHMI, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation as Internation Research Scholar. More.
- - Congratulations to Denis Jabaudon for being awarded with the Cloetta Prize 2017!
- - Degeneration of Neural Circuits: Fondation Latsis Institute/EPFL Brain Mind Institute (Lausanne, Switzerland, 4-5 September 2017). More.
- - EMBO practical course - Developmental neurobiology course: From worms to mammal (London, 18 June -1 July 2017). Downloaw the poster here.
- - ERC Consolidator grants just awarded to Laura Cancedda and Matthew Grubb: Congratulations!
- - Claire Wyart wins the New Yourk Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) Robertson Award. More.
- - 2 FENS-Kavli Scholars receive ERC Starting Grants: Congratulations to Gaia Novarino, at the Institute of Science and Technology (IST, Austria) and Balazs Hangya, at the Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Science, who have been recently awarded an ERC Starting Grant.
- - Ileana Hanganu-Opatz has been elected at the FENS Forum 2016 in Copenhagen as member of the FENS Committee on Higher Education and Training (CHET). Overseeing all training activities of FENS, CHET is composed of 7 members: 5 elected every two years by the presidents of the FENS member societies, and 2 appointed by IBRO-PERC.
- - The awardees of the Mentoring and PhD Prizes 2016 were announced during the FENS Forum 2016. Read more.
- - Download the Press Release announcing the 15 newly selected FENS-Kavli Scholars.
- - 2015 has seen a great variety of excellent research papers in the field of neuroscience. For the very first time, the FENS-Kavli Network of Excellence has made its own selection and voted on the most prominent research breakthroughs of the year. Read more.
- - Two FENS-Kavli Scholars receive ERC Consolidator grants and one - ERC Starting Grant. Read more.