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Special Interest Events

Jul
12

SiE17 – Ten things you can do today to increase and promote diversity in your neuroscience journal (12:00-12:45)

A panel discussion comprising representatives from EJN and ALBA who will answer questions focusing on diversity and targeted at journal editors, publishers, authors and contributors.

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Jul
12

SiE19 – Mentoring during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond (18:45-20:30)

A mentoring session that will address the various aspects of the challenges the academic world is now facing, focusing on how the pandemic has affected mentees and mentors.

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Jul
11

SiE11 – Neuroethics roundtable workshop (14:00-15:30)

This roundtable workshop aims to bring together key actors in the field of neuroethics and provide a broad contextual overview as a foundation to discuss and prioritise coordinated actions with the broader neuroscience community.

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Jul
10

SiE07 – Phasing out animal research: a justified worry for neuroscience? (18:45-20:30)

Join EARA and the FENS CARE Committee for a Q&A networking session on the pressure to phase out animal research, with experts from the European Commission and neuroscience community.

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Jul
12

SiE18 – NENS Graduate School Fair (15:30-17:30)

Join us at the NENS Graduate School Fair to find out more about what PhD and MSc school programmes attending the Fair have to offer!

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Jul
12

SiE16 – The ERC, funding support for investigator-driven research in Europe (12:00-13:00)

Learn all about the different ERC schemes and the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions.

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Jul
12

SiE15 – Science communication: methods, media and making neuroscience meaningful (12:00-12:45)

This panel discussion will bring together speakers who use different approaches (books, art, podcast, social media, etc.) to communicate to a range of audiences.

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Jul
12

SiE14 – Making the most of precious data: challenges and opportunities in mining open data (12:00-12:45)

The aim of this session is to explore and identify the challenges and opportunities facing researchers who wish to better utilise or mine neuroscience and clinical data sets already available.

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Jul
10

SiE06 – Why should I publish my paper in a society-owned journal? (12:00-12:45)

We will highlight the importance of using adequate analyses and graphical representations of data in a manuscript as well as the value of Registered Reports.

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Jul
12

SiE13 – Neuroscience careers – ask the experts (12:00-12:45)

Speakers will describe how their neuroscience background successfully contributed to their career-paths and will answer questions from attendees.

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