Dear SANS members, Exciting news – applications are now open for Biological Psychiatry Research Funding! Please find attached further details for the Early/Mid Career and Established Research Awards.
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
Dear SANS members, The Chair of Research in Historical Trauma and Transformation at Stellenbosch University invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in contemplative science. Please note that the application deadline for this exciting opportunity is 20 January 2020. Advert_Postdoc SCHOLARSHIP_2020
Dear SANS members, Applications are open for a postdoctoral position in bioinformatics in the Department of Psychiatry at Stellenbosch University! The successful applicant will join the newly established SAMRC Extramural Unit on the Genomics of Brain Disorders, as well as the NRF/DSI South African Research Chairs Initiative in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Please note that the Read more about Postdoctoral Position in Bioinformatics[…]
Dear SANS members, The South African Clinical Neuropsychological Association will be hosting a conference in Cape Town in October 2020. Please save the date and we will let you know as soon as the call for abstracts is open!
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[…]
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[…]
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!!![…]
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[…]
Dear SANS members, Please see attached a notice for a symposium on the genetics of movement disorders in Africa to take place in Cape Town in November.