The SANS Symposium which includes a special symposium on Psychiatric Genetics will be hosted this year by the Biological Psychiatry Congress Will be held on the 16th of September, 2017, Vergelegen Room, The Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West, Western Cape The SANS AGM will be held on the same day and venue as the symposium, 17h00-18h00, Read more about SANS Symposium & AGM 2017[…]
The third Brain Matters Seminar- Prof Mark Solms’ Neural Mechanisms of Dreaming– will be hosted at Wits School of Public Health on Friday 18 August at 1pm. Please see attached for more information.
School of Anatomical Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand is offering a 5 day dissection school with a focus on neuroanatomy accredited with 30 CPD points. More information here
Progress in Neuroscience in Africa (PiNiA) A Special Issue of Metabolic Brain Disease (MEBR) Link to MEBR http://link.springer.com/journal/11011 IF 2015: 2.603 5 year IF: 2.525 We invite Neuroscientists across Africa for paper submissions for this upcoming special issue of MEBR which serves to highlight PiNiA Submissions will be accepted: until 14 July, 2017 Expected publication Read more about Metabolic Brain Disease: Progress in Neuroscience in Africa – Call for Papers[…]
This week (13-19 March 2017) is Brain Awareness Week! This awesome initiative is an international celebration of the brain, organised by the DANA foundation, that aims to increase knowledge about the brain as well as the value of neuroscience research. As part of SANS’ mission to foster interest in the brain and provide a means Read more about Happy Brain Awareness Week![…]
The annual SANS Symposium and AGM will be held on the 16th September 2017. This year the symposium will be hosted by the Biological Psychiatry Congress at the Lord Charles Hotel in Stellenbosch. We invite SANS members to present their neuroscience research topics (not only psychiatric research) and to attend the annual SANS AGM to discuss matters Read more about SANS Symposium 2017[…]
Brain Awareness Week (13 – 19 March 2017) is an international celebration of the brain, organised by the DANA foundation, that aims to increase knowledge about the brain as well as the value of neuroscience research. As part of SANS’ mission to foster interest in the brain and provide a means of communication about neuroscience Read more about Brain Awareness Week[…]