Connecting European Neuroscience

What they say about the Schools

“It is an exceptional opportunity for the students to be in a  placelike this where they can concentrate on the topic and meet great speakers who are available for them.” 

Prof. Emiliana Borrelli (University of California Irivine, USA), Scientific co-chair of the FENS SfN Summer School 2015. 

 

  

“These schools happen in a very relaxed setting where people can think outside the box. This is the kind of interaction which brings value and stimulates new ideas.” 

Prof. Oscar Marin (King's College London, UK), Scientific co-chair of the FENS SfN Summer School 2014. 

 


"I've never attended such a great school! I met a group of wonderful people. I left the school not only with more knowledge, but also with many new contacts and ideas for my future. Everything was perfect." 

Matías Alloatti, participant of the FENS SfN Summer School 2019.  

   

“Given the small group size of relevant peers and the willingness of the speakers to discuss ideas, the school was a great forum for exchanging ideas, networking, disseminating our research, discussing how to progress in a research career and for getting some hints and tips on techniques. 

Importantly, the lecture structure was more like a school and less like a typical conference presentation. There was a focus on delivering the key concepts and underlying hypothesis of the research theme and subsequently how the presenter’s results fitted within this context.”  

Aidan Kaar, participant of the FENS SfN Summer School 2015.

 

 

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