“From fossils to Mind” Workshop

We are pleased to announce that our workshop entitled “From Fossils to Mind” will take place on the 30th of November and 1st of December 2021 online! The overall objective of the workshop is to better extract information about the minds of fossil species and discuss applications in neuro and behavioral sciences. In 1925, Raymond Read more about “From fossils to Mind” Workshop[…]

SONA 2021

    15th SONA/4th GNS Hybrid Conference 2021, Accra, Ghana, 27-30 October 2021 Following discussions by the SONA Executive, Governing Council and the Local Organizing Committee, the 15th SONA/4th GNS Hybrid Conference 2021, Accra, Ghana initially planned for 25-28 April 2021 has now been rescheduled for 27-30 October 2021. The conference will feature distinguished Speakers, Workshops, IBRO Global Engagement Read more about SONA 2021[…]

Call for workshops and symposia at the ISN 2021 meeting in Kyoto

Dear SANS members, The call for workshops and symposia for the 2021 International Society for Neurochemistry meeting is open. — The International Society of Neurochemistry Invite symposia / workshops to address the following topics for the ISN 2021 Kyoto Japan meeting Bioenergetics and metabolism Clinical studies, biomarkers and imaging Intracellular organelles and trafficking Stem cell Read more about Call for workshops and symposia at the ISN 2021 meeting in Kyoto[…]

Travel Awards to Attend the 43rd Annual Meeting of Japan Neuroscience Society

Dear SANS members, The 43rd Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society will be held at Kobe Convention Center, Hyogo, Japan from July 29 to August 1, 2020. Applications for travel awards to support attendance by senior postdoctoral fellows and young principal investigators are now open. Please find further details at the application website:  https://neuroscience2020.jnss.org/en/travel_award.html

Invited speaker at the SANS symposium: Thijs Verhoog

Our second invited speaker for the SANS symposium is Thijs Verhoog, a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of Dr Joseph Raimondo at the University of Cape Town. Thijs is an electrophysiologist and obtained his PhD under the supervision of Prof Huibert Mansvelder at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He specialized in making electrical recordings from human Read more about Invited speaker at the SANS symposium: Thijs Verhoog[…]

Invited speaker at the SANS symposium: Dorit Hockman

Dr Dorit Hockman did her undergraduate and MSc at the University of Cape Town (UCT). For her PhD at the University of Cambridge she explored the evolution and development of vertebrate hypoxia-sensitive cells. In 2013, Dorit joined Trinity College (Oxford) to perform research into neural crest evolution. Dorit is now a lecturer at UCT, where Read more about Invited speaker at the SANS symposium: Dorit Hockman[…]