Young Neuroscientist Award 2023
As in the previous years, the Committee of the Czech Neuroscience Society announces a call to nominate candidates for
Award for an outstanding work published by young neuroscientist in years 2021 - 2022.
As a proposal for the Award please send at least one paper published in an international impacted scientific journal in year 2021 or 2022. Only research papers are accepted. In case of printed journals, the date of print is the decisive one. The nominee has to be the first author on the paper, must be under 35 years old, and has to be a member of the Czech Neuroscience Society at the time the work was published. Other papers from the same period might be submitted as a supporting material. A short professional CV has to be included in the proposal.
The proposal can be only raised either by the nominee or by his/her institution.
The Award cannot be given to the same nominee twice within the period of five years. In the case of more outstanding candidates, the Society can give more Awards.
The winner is granted a financial reward and will be announced during The 13th Conference of the Czech Neuroscience Society.
Nominations should be sent by 7th October 2023 to:
Should you have any related questions, feel free to ask on the same address.
Scientific secretary of the Society
The Conference announcement / invitation has been sent to CNS member's list.
For a direct download: 14th CNS Conference 2023.
To get more info and register go to the Conference website.
"From J.E. Purkyně to the future"
June 18 - 19, 2021
Registration is now open for:
The webinar "Non-coding RNAs in Nervous Systems Function and Disease" will discuss the functions of (nc)RNAs in the developing and adult brain and highlight how their deregulation contributes to brain disease.
Hosted on Neuronline, the webinar is open to all FENS and SfN members.
Live date: 11 May 2021
This FENS Friday webinar "Brain development and neuropsychiatric disorders" will present state-of-the-art knowledge on the most recent discoveries in cortical neural circuits, neuropsychiatric disorders, neuronal physiology and autism spectrum disorder.
Free event but registration mandatory.
Live date: 21 May 2021
Cajal hands-on course on Ageing Cognition
Applications now open!
The course will cover the fundamentals of cognitive ageing, including inter-individual differences, cognitive and brain reserve and risk factors, and highlight the newest functional imaging methods to study human brain function.
Find out more on the CAJAL website.
CAJAL onsite course: Ageing Cognition
20 September - 8 October 2021, Bordeaux School of Neuroscience,
Application deadline: 31 May 2021
FENS Regional Meeting 2021
Promote your results at the FRM 2021
It's time to submit your abstract for the virtual FENS Regional Meeting 2021! The FRM 2021 is jointly organised by the Polish Neuroscience Society and the Lithuanian Neuroscience Association, with the support of FENS and IBRO-PERC.
Find out more on the FRM website.
Virtual FENS Regional Meeting 2021
25 - 27 August 2021
Registration now open - waived registration for FENS members
Abstract submission deadline: 10 May 2021
NENS Exchange Grants for MSc and PhD Students
Seize the opportunity to learn a new technique
The NENS Exchange Grants support PhD and MSc students registered within a NENS graduate school to complete methodological training in a different country. They cover travel and accommodation costs of up to 3,000 EUR.
NENS Exchange Grants
Application deadline: 15 April 2021