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Announcing 2018 PhD Thesis Prize Finalists!

10 Scholars selected: Alessandro Furlan Current affiliation: Cold Spring Harbor, USA Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: Karolinska Institutet, Sweden Ana González-Rueda Current affiliation: MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: University of Cambridge, UK Anna Stöckl Current affiliation: Universität Würzburg, Germany Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: Lund University, Sweden Constanze Lenschow Current affiliation: Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany Lena Schmid Current affiliation: University College London, UK Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: University Bonn/German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases Bonn, Germany Marco Wittmann Current affiliation: University of Oxford, UK Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: University of Oxford, UK Marta Carus-Cadavieco Current affiliation: Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP)/NeuroCure Cluster of Excellence, Germany Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: Leibniz Institute for Molecular Pharmacology (FMP)/NeuroCure Cluster of Excellence Berlin, Germany Riccardo Bocchi Current affiliation: Ludwig-Maximilians-University Münich, Germany Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: Université de Genève, Switzerland Roeland Vanhauwaert Current affiliation: Stanford University, USA Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: KU Leuven, Belgium Samuel Walker Current affiliation: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, USA Place where the Ph.D. was conducted: Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown Lisbon, Portugal
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Childcare grants at the FENS Forum 2018

Following the call for applications for childcare grants at FENS Forum 2018, support for 29 young parent scientists from 15 countries was made possible by generous funding from…  
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An Evening of Science Café

Come join in communicating neuroscience to general public! Be with us in the evening of 8 July for An Evening of Science Cafe, in Berlin. Featured talks by FENS-Kavli Scholars and its invited guests, spread in 10 different locations throughout Berlin will inspire discussions centered around emerging topics in neuroscience with direct relevance for society. FENS Forum 2018 attendees are highly welcome to participate in these engaging discussions. No registration required. Free drinks provided to the first 50 attendees to each of the 10 locations. Check here and download the detailed information on the locations, speakers and talks.
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Brain Mission

Check the European Brain Council‘s “Brain Mission” document.  FENS-Kavli Scholars have proudly contributed to its production.
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Post-doctoral position

Post-doctoral position available in Ragnhildur Karadottir’s lab (Cambridge, UK). Further information.
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Post-doctoral position

Post-doctoral position available in Tom Baden’s lab (Brighton, UK). Further information.
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