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FENS funding for European Neuroscience History Projects 2015

The History Committee organises a yearly call for European History of Neuroscience Projects. This FENS initiative aims to support and stimulate the interest in the History of Neuroscience through the creation of a virtual platform dedicated to the topic. This call provides grants for outstanding projects that aim to document the history and development of […]

FENS funding for European Neuroscience History Projects 2015

The History Committee organises a yearly call for European History of Neuroscience Projects. This FENS initiative aims to support and stimulate the interest in the History of Neuroscience through the creation of a virtual platform dedicated to the topic. This call provides grants for outstanding projects that aim to document the history and development of […]

Early View Articles

Strategies to promote peripheral nerve regeneration: electrical stimulation and/or exercise

by Tessa Gordon, Arthur W. English Abstract Enhancing the regeneration of axons is often considered a therapeutic target for improving functional recovery after peripheral nerve injury. In this review, the evidence for the efficacy of electrical stimulation (ES), daily exercise, and their combination in promoting nerve regeneration after peripheral nerve injuries in both animal models […]

Funding

FENS funding for European Neuroscience History Projects 2015

The History Committee organises a yearly call for European History of Neuroscience Projects. This FENS initiative aims to support and stimulate the interest in the History of Neuroscience through the creation of a virtual platform dedicated to the topic. This call provides grants for outstanding projects that aim to document the history and development of […]

Training

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Winter School on Neurobiology of language and communication

The FENS-Hertie Winter School 2015, chaired by Prof. Peter Hagoort and Prof. Julia Fischer, will be held from 3rd to 9th January 2016 in Obergurgl, Austria. Language is a higher cognitive function that is typically associated with human communication. The underlying neuronal systems have been largely unraveled, using e.g. fMRI. Studies over the past decades […]

Meetings

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The Brain Conferences: The Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythm

11-14 October 2015 – Moltkes Palæ, Copenhagen, Denmark This meeting is part of a new series of high-level bi-annual Brain Conferences in Europe. Sleep and circadian rhythms regulate all aspects of brain function. Co-chaired by Russell Foster (University of Oxford, UK) and Joseph Takahashi (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre, USA), the focus of this […]

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