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Interdisciplinary Summerschool on Addiction

September 10th, 2015 Posted by Future Events No Comment yet
21 – 25 August 2017, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

The goal of the course is to teach and train master students and PhD students in recent advances in different aspects of addiction, e.g. legal and cultural aspects, prevalence and risk factors, neurobiological mechanisms, relevant animal models, cognitive aspects of addiction, and treatment strategies and challenges in addiction care. Through lectures and workshops by experts from multiple disciplines in addiction research and treatment, this Summerschool will provide young scientists with the knowledge and skills to take a novel approach in addiction research and care.

More information regarding the course is available on the attached poster and through this website.

https://www.utrechtsummerschool.nl/courses/life-sciences/addiction

Neurobridges: A Mediterranean, Middle Eastern Summer School in Computational Neuroscience

August 21st, 2015 Posted by Future Events No Comment yet
Cluny, 3-14 September 2017

 

NeuroBridges is a one-of-a-kind series of scientific meetings in neuroscience, which brings together scientists from Israel and neighboring countries, in order to promote international scientific cooperation between young researchers from these countries.

The organizers of NeuroBridges believe that such scientific collaborations can lead to personal relations, which eventually may alleviate the political distress in the Middle East. More generally, we believe that scientists have a responsibility beyond their own research—they should promote common understanding between people from different nations.

The next NeuroBridges  event is a ten days summer school, organized by Ahmed El Hadi (Princeton), David Hansel (CNRS) and Yonatan Loewenstein (Hebrew University). The school is comprised of lectures delivered by a group of leading neuroscientists, experimentalists as well as theoreticians, which will address the fundamental questions in contemporary neuroscience. In addition to the lectures, the students will work in groups of mixed origins on small research projects.

The school is intended for graduate students and postdocs, primarily from the Middle East and the Mediterranean region, either working in their home countries or abroad.  We will consider applicants with some background in applied mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering or physics, interested in theoretical brain and cognitive sciences. We will also consider those with biological or medical background given that they show proof of basic mathematical knowledge.

The school will take place between September 3 and September 14, 2017 in Le Centre de Conférences Internationales de Cluny (CCIC). Cluny is a small medieval town in Burgundy, France, located about 400km southeast of Paris (accessible by fast train, TGV).

The deadline for application is March 31st , 2017 and the following is the website including the link for the online application: http://decision-making-lab.com/NeuroBridges/neurobridges2017.html.

Kemali school of Neuroscience in Rabat

August 19th, 2015 Posted by Future Events No Comment yet

Rabat, September 14-22, 2017

The IBRO-Kemali Fundation and the Mediterranean Neuroscience Society organize jointly the next Kemali school of Neuroscience in Rabat, September 14-22, 2017.

The new deadline is July 31.

Do not hesitate to apply at http://ibro.info/events/applications-now-open-for-ibro-kemali-school-on-brain-connectivity

National Congress of the Italian Neuroscience Society.

April 20th, 2015 Posted by Future Events No Comment yet
Lacco Ameno, Ischia Island-Naples Italy, October 1-4, 2017

http://www.sinsmeeting.com/

2nd Zardi-Gori Foundation Scientific Conference, Alcohol Use Disorder: from Bench to Bedside.

April 15th, 2015 Posted by Future Events No Comment yet
 Milan, November  20-21, 2017

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FENS FORUM 2018

March 19th, 2015 Posted by Future Events No Comment yet

Berlin, 7-11 July 2018

The MNS Council has selected 3 proposals for symposia at the next FENS forum in Berlin (http://www.forum2018.fens.org/), proposed by MNS members and with at least one of the speakers from a South Mediterranean Institution, to be funded with 1500 euro/each if accepted by FENS Programme Committee.

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