First Conference of Biomedical and Natural Sciences and Therapeutics (CoBNeST 2018). SANS is excited to announce collaboration with several learned societies – CoBNeST, in which our SANS symposium and AGM will be held. Date: 7-10 October 2018 Place: Spier Estate, Stellenbosch, Western Cape, South Africa CoBNeST is an informal association between societies with shared interests Read more about Save the Date: 2018 SANS symposium within CoBNeST[…]
Prof Morten Kringelbach of Aarhus and Oxford Universities will present the 5th and final seminar of the Brain Matters series on Wednesday 6 December at 17h30 at the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital. Please see attached invitation Looking forward to seeing you there!
Dr David Pitcher is a lecturer and neuroscientist in the Department of Psychology, University of York, UK, and will present his seminar ‘Can Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation be used to Treat Mental Illness?’ on Monday 4 December at 13h00 at the Adler Museum of Medicine, Wits Medical School. Please see attached invitation Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) Read more about Dr David Pitcher- TMS and mental illness 4 Dec 13h00[…]
Dr Samantha Brooks from UCT will be presenting her work on ‘Working Memory for Cognitive Control in Anorexia vs Addiction: a Bayesian Brain Perspective” for the 4th Brain Matters Seminar on Thursday 26 October. She will also be speaking at the Wits Addiction Journal Club on Friday 27 October. Please see invite to seminar and Read more about Brain Matters Seminar 4: Dr Samantha Brooks[…]
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[…]
We are proud to announce the first PSYCHIATRIC GENETICS SYMPOSIUM which will be held as part of the Southern African Neurosciences Society (SANS) Day at the Biological Psychiatry Congress. Further details: http://www.biopsychsa.co.za/index.php/1programme/psychiatric-genetics-symposium
PSSA travel grants are now open. These grants are strictly for fully paid student members that intend on presenting their work/data at this year’s conference. There are a number of available at R3000 each. Interested students may apply by filling in the attached travel grant from and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for the travel Read more about PSSA 2017 Travel Grants[…]