The Best Publication is selected from research articles accepted or published in EJN over the preceding two-year period. Nominations are accepted from the readership of EJN, including from any author on behalf of the first author of an original article. This biennial award is given to the first author(s) of the selected article (a […]
Young researchers from Europe and Australasia or Japan: YREP stipends available for training courses or exchange training stays The Australasian Neuroscience Society (ANS), the Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) and the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) support (under the Young Researchers Exchange Programme (YREP)) travel and/or accommodation costs associated with participation in training courses or […]
Deadline for nominations is 16 February 2015 The FENS EJN Young Investigator Prize is a biennial prize given in recognition of outstanding scientific work in any area of neuroscience to a young neuroscience researcher under 35 years of age. The FENS EJN Young Investigator Prize is a personal award of £7,000. The winner […]
Date of Meeting March 18-22, 2015 Location Nice, France
Focal Adhesion Kinase, the main transducer of integrin signaling, deserves particular attention during brain development.
The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) announced the appointment of Professor Paul Bolam (University of Oxford) and Professor John Foxe (Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York)
Enjoy reading the new review article by Alexander Borst on visual motion-detection circuits and watch the above related video presentation. Alexander Borst, Director at the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology in Martinsried (Germany)
How does the brain detect and select relevant stimuli from the seemingly endless array of cues in the environment?
Date June 7-13, 2015 Venue Bertinoro, Training Center of the University of Bologna, Italy Scientific Chairs Prof. Maria Grazia Spillantini (Cambridge, UK) Prof. Emiliana Borrelli (University of California Irvine, USA)
Check out the table of contents of EJN Issue 40-8 And in case you missed it, access the Featured Article of October Rapid dopamine transmission within the nucleus accumbens: Dramatic difference between morphine and oxycodone delivery