ALBA-WWN Webinar: What it takes to succeed as a neuroscientist in Africa

View this email in your browser Dear Colleagues, As part of our webinar series on region-specific diversity issues, ALBA is partnering with World Women in Neuroscience to address diversity issues across the Sub-Saharan African neuroscience community. Join the discussion during the ALBA-WWN Webinar: What it takes to succeed as a neuroscientist in Africa on Wednesday 2 February 2022 at 2-3.30 Read more about ALBA-WWN Webinar: What it takes to succeed as a neuroscientist in Africa[…]

What it takes to succeed as a neuroscientist in Africa

  Dear SANS Member,   The ALBA Network (for diversity and equity in brain sciences) and the World Women in Neuroscience (improving career development, mentoring and networking opportunities for female neuroscientists) are partnering to organise a webinar on equity, inclusion and diversity issues in brain research in the African continent. The webinar is called What it takes to succeed as a neuroscientist in Africa, and will Read more about What it takes to succeed as a neuroscientist in Africa[…]

Lihle Qulu

Get to know SANS exco: Dr Lihle Qulu

As a continuation of our ‘Get to Know your SANS EXCO Members’ webinar series, we introduce Dr Lihle Qulu, SANS co-chair, on Friday 6 August at 13h00. The title of Dr Qulu’s webinar is Why do Men Rape? A Translational Approach. meet.google.com/fyf-iboi-qfe Abstract: South Africa has been named the “rape capital of the world” with Read more about Get to know SANS exco: Dr Lihle Qulu[…]

Get to know Dr Dangarembizi

As part of our ‘Get to know your SANS EXCO webinar series’, we introduce the SANS Secretary, Dr Rachael Dangarembizi. Please join us on Wednesday 9 June at 3pm for her webinar ‘Neuroimmune responses to fungal infections of the brain’. Zoom ID: https://uct-za.zoom.us/j/97557666499 Abstract: Cryptococcal meningitis is a highly invasive and deadly fungal infection of Read more about Get to know Dr Dangarembizi[…]