Australian Disorders of the Corpus Callosum
CONNECTIONS 2019: a conference for disorders of the corpus callosum, in Perth, 10–12 May 2019
There will be offering a unique opportunity to attend a general weekend conference and/or an unprecedented chance to hear global leaders in corpus callosum research at an afternoon symposium for practitioners and researchers in health and education.
Prices vary depending on the size of room required and your membership status.
AMAZING BRAINS CONNECT 2019, Perth, 11 May 2019
A unique opportunity to meet 3 members of the IRC5 who are all global leaders in corpus callosum research, Professor Linda Richards (QBI, Brisbane), A/Professor Paul Lockhart (MCRI, Melbourne) and Dr Lynn Paul (Caltech, California).
The IRC5 is composed of scientists and clinicians around the world with a shared mission. The mission is to discover the causes, consequences, and effective interventions for disorders of the corpus callosum and associated disorders of cerebral connectivity.
The 9th annual Art of Neuroscience competition is now open for submissions.
The Art of Neuroscience is an international competition open to scientists and artists worldwide. We are looking for striking visualizations related to the field of neuroscience in its broadest sense. Submissions can include images or videos representing actual neural data or tissue, but also more abstract visualizations, sculptures or even musical scores that are in some way related to concepts about nervous tissue, the brain or cognition.
The deadline for this year's competition is May 15th, 2019. The winner will be awarded €1000. Four runners up (honorable mentions) will be selected and awarded a €250 prize.
To submit your work, please register on the website. After registration is validated, you can login to submit your work.
For more information please visit: http://aon.nin.knaw.nl
4th AUSTRALIAN DEMENTIA FORUM (ADF2019), Hobart, 13-14 June 2019
The meeting will be hosted by the NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (NNDR). ADF2019 brings together leading researchers, health professionals and members of the public to discuss the latest in dementia research. This year’s theme Shining a light on the impact of dementia research will highlight the impact of dementia research being undertaken in Australia, and the difference it will make for people living dementia, their carers and families.
If you’d like to present your research at ADF2019, please submit an abstract proposal by 11.59pm AEDT Friday 1 March. Abstracts can be submitted here: http://bit.ly/submitADF
Registrations are now open. For more information, including details of international and Australian keynote speakers, please visit: http://bit.ly/adf19
For further information please contact Alecia Slocombe (02 6217 9176)
FENS Forum 2020
Glasgow, July 11th - July 15th, 2020
United Kingdom The FENS Forum of Neuroscience is the largest international neuroscience meeting in Europe, involving all neuroscience societies’ members of FENS, and held biannually on every even year. The FENS Forum strives to promote excellence in neuroscience research in Europe at large and to facilitate the interaction between scientists in and outside Europe. Participants in the FENS Forums are scientists at all career levels working in all areas of neuroscience research. Students and early career researchers are extensively represented as a group in the Forum.
Call for symposium and technical workshop proposals submission: 25 March - 20 May 2019 Website: https://forum2020.fens.org
The Australian & New Zealand Council for the Care of Animals in Research and Teaching (ANZCCART) conference
Hobart, 22nd – 24th July, 2019
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NEURO2019 in Niigata, Japan, 25-28 July 2019
Abstract submission deadline is February 6, Wednesday 12:00 noon (JST)
ANS members can register at member rates for the Scientific meeting, organised by the Japanese Society for Neuroscience. Please note that ANS attendees will still need to become a one-year foreign member for a nominal fee of 3000 JPY (approx. AU$39), which is like an abstract handling fee. More information can be found on the following website: https://neuro2019.jnss.org/en/index.html
The 19th World Congress of Psychiatry in Lisbon, Portugal, 21-24 August 2019
The 19th World Congress of Psychiatry (WCP 2019) will take place August 21-24 in Lisbon, Portugal. This is a unique multidisciplinary forum for colleagues from around the world to meet and discuss a variety of topics, generating stimulating debates and fruitful collaborations. Join leading experts and other allied healthcare professionals for this outstanding opportunity to take part in educational sessions and networking opportunities. Website: https://2019.wcp-congress.com/
The 10th IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) World Congress of Neuroscience, in Daegu, Korea from September 21-25, 2019
The IBRO World Congress has been held every four years since 1982, and it is one of the most prominent international scientific congresses of its kind expected to be attended by over 4,000 neuroscientists from around the world. IBRO aims to promote neuroscience research and communication among researchers globally and provide educational support for young investigators from developing countries. IBRO2019 will be a fascinating opportunity for participants to share the latest discoveries and ideas in the diverse fields of brain and neuroscience research.
The plenary and keynote lectures including presentation by Nobel Laureate Professor Erwin Neher and over 40 symposia by nearly two hundred experts in various fields of neuroscience will be the centerpiece of the conference. Multiple satellite sessions and meetings for special topics are also included to bring rich content for all participants.
For more detailed information, please visit the IBRO 2019 website, http://www.ibro2019.org
FSL Mini Course, Dunedin, 18-22 February 2019
This intensive 5-day course covers both the theory and practice of functional and structural brain image analysis. Background concepts and the practicalities of analyses are taught in detailed lectures; these are interleaved with hands-on practical sessions where attendees learn how to carry out analysis for themselves on real data. After completing the course, attendees should be able to analyse their own FMRI and MRI data sets.