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[…]

Two weeks to go!!!

Dear SANS members, Our SANS symposium is only two weeks away!  We have an exciting programme planned with speakers and posters that represent the depth and breadth of neuroscience. If your interests lie in behavioral neuroscience, biological psychiatry, cell biology, genetics, neuroimaging, pharmacology or physiology (or maybe all of the above ?) then we have Read more about Two weeks to go!!![…]

SANS symposium and AGM

Dear SANS members, The annual SANS symposium is drawing closer and offers an exciting line up of speakers and poster presentations.  For those of you who have not yet registered, it is not too late.  The SANS symposium this year will be part of the Biological Psychiatry Congress to be held at Century City Conference Read more about SANS symposium and AGM[…]

SANS Symposium 2019

The 2019 SANS Symposium and AGM will take place on Saturday 21 September during the Biological Psychiatry conference at the Century City Conference Centre, Cape Town, South Africa.  SANS members qualify for a discounted registration fee but make sure you register before 31 July for the early bird rate. www.biopsychsa.co.za  Hope to see you there! 

Last chance to submit an abstract for the Biological Psychiatry Congress

Dear SANS members, The SANS symposium will be included in the programme for the Biological Psychiatry Congress to take place in September this year. Please note that there is only one day left before abstract submission closes. Abstract submission and the programme outline are available on the website http://www.biopsychsa.co.za. We hope to see you there Read more about Last chance to submit an abstract for the Biological Psychiatry Congress[…]

Call for abstracts- UKZN Neuroscience Symposium

SANS would like to invite you to participate in the 2nd UKZN Neuroscience Symposium which will be held on 5 July 2019 in the Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine, K-RITH Tower Building, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 719 Umbilo Road, Durban. The theme will focus on “Effect of early life trauma on brain”. To be a Read more about Call for abstracts- UKZN Neuroscience Symposium[…]