SANS 2020 symposium

SANS Symposium 2020 Prize Winners

We would like to thank all who participated in our just-ended online SANS Symposium. A special thanks to all presenters for sharing their amazing neuroscience research findings with us.  A big thank you to our sponsor, Huawei, for the fantastic prizes! The 3rd prize in each category won the Huawei FreeBuds, 2nd prize in each Read more about SANS Symposium 2020 Prize Winners[…]

SANS 2020 symposium

Registration for SANS symposium 20 Nov

Abstract submissions are closed! We have received excellent submissions and look forward to showcasing the Society’s best researchers.    If you have submitted your abstract, make sure your presenter registration is complete as soon as possible https://saneurosoc.co.za/membership-confirmation/?level=2   Only presenters pay registration fees, so if you would like to participate as an audience member, its Read more about Registration for SANS symposium 20 Nov[…]

SANS 2020 symposium

Abstract submission deadline 10 Nov for SANS-20-11-20

The abstract submission deadline has been extended to 10 November. Submit your abstracts for our first-ever online symposium that will take place on 20 November 2020!  Keynote speakers: Profs Paul Manger (SA) and Hamed Ekhtiari (USA).  Submit your abstracts for poster presentation, pre-recorded oral presentation and live oral presentation. The top three presenters from each Read more about Abstract submission deadline 10 Nov for SANS-20-11-20[…]

SANS2020 Keynote Speaker Prof Paul Manger

Prof. Paul Manger will address the SANS virtual symposium on 20 November https://saneurosoc.co.za/sans–2020-symposium/  Why study brains and behaviour of different mammals? The majority of neuroscience research is focussed on 3 species, rat, mouse and human. The general aim is to understand the basis of human neural function and dysfunction, and to develop therapeutics or interventions; Read more about SANS2020 Keynote Speaker Prof Paul Manger[…]

SANS Keynote speaker- Prof Hamed Ekhtiari

Prof Hamed Ekhtiari will address the SANS virtual symposium on 20 November https://saneurosoc.co.za/sans-2020-symposium/  How Neuroscience Could Reshape the Future of Addiction Treatment and Prevention Abstract In 2018, 269 million people around the world had used drugs, and over 35 million suffer from substance use disorders (SUDs). However, there is a serious limitation of available treatments Read more about SANS Keynote speaker- Prof Hamed Ekhtiari[…]