Dear SANS members, Please note that applications for PhD scholarships under the Bongai Mayosi National Health Scholar Programme are now open. Further details can be found at http://www.mrc.ac.za/request-for-applications/bongani-mayosi-national-health-scholars-programme-request-applications
Dear SANS members, Please note that applications are open for a Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarship to study an MSc in the field of psychiatric genetics at Stellenbosch University.
Dear SANS members, A postdoctoral position is available in the Department of Physiological Sciences at Stellenbosch University.
Dear SANS members, Please note the attached advertisement for a postgraduate position at the University of the Western Cape.
Please see the attached invitation to an excellent Visceral Mind school at Bangor University, Wales, 2-6 September 2019.
Happy 2019 SANS members! The Iwaniuk lab at the University of Lethbridge is currently seeking applications from students interested in pursuing a MSc or PhD in evolutionary neurobiology. See attached file for more information.
Symposium 13h00-16h30, Saturday 29 September ‘18 Medical School, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town We welcome researchers and the public to this joint collaborative symposium held by the Southern African Neuroscience Society (SANS) and Physiology Society of Southern Africa (PSSA). All are welcome. Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/hWdyhzBfxKmzDXuI3 Heart and brain function are connected via complex Read more about CONNECTING THE HEART AND BRAIN 29 SEPT[…]
It’s Wits Neuroscience Week next week and the Wits Cortex Club together with the Wits Students’ Physician Society, the Southern African Neuroscience Society and the Adler Museum are hosting the following events: Tuesday 4th September 17h30 for 18h00 A Multidisciplinary Neurorehabilitation Panel Discussion (Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist and Neurologist) Venue: Marie Curie Lecture Theatre, Wits Health Read more about MIND vs MATTER at WITS NEURO WEEK[…]
Dear Colleagues I hope this mail finds you well It is my pleasure to announce for the 1st MDS African School for Young Neurologists. The 1st MDS African School for Young Neurologists: Fundamentals of Movement Disorders represents a unique opportunity for young neurologists from Africa, especially North Africa who are interested in specializing in Movement Read more about 1st MDS African School for Young Neurologists[…]
Connecting the Heart and Brain Symposium 13h00-16h30, Saturday 29 September 2018 Medical School, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town, Anzio Road, Observatory, Cape Town Heart and brain function are connected via complex mechanisms. This synchronised function has important clinical implications for diagnosis and treatment. The science behind this connection will be introduced and Read more about Connecting the Heart and Brain 29 Sept 2018[…]