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Early Registration & Abstract submission for FENS closes on Feb 18th

EARLY REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION CLOSE ON 18 FEBRUARY 2020
The FENS Forum 2020 will feature a jam-packed programme of high-level plenary lectures and symposia, new and exciting session types and engaging satellite and networking events! This 12th edition will be taking place on 11-15 July 2020 in Glasgow, UK. There are now only two weeks left to benefit from early registrationsubmit your abstract and to apply for a FENS-IBRO Travel Grant.
"As if the outstanding list of plenary speakers and symposia was not enough, there will be a lot of other science going on at the FENS Forum 2020! Check out the Mini Conferences and the four timely Technical Workshops on connectomics, large-scale neural recordings, newest optogenetic approaches and glia-targeting methods. Not to be missed!
And before the Forum even starts, there will be Introductory Courses and Satellite Events running on 10 July. Glasgow will be bursting with neuroscience!"

 
Professor Fritjof Helmchen, Chair of the Forum Programme Committee
The FENS Forum 2020 is organised by FENS and hosted by the British Neuroscience Association. We are looking forward to welcoming you all in Glasgow!
Register now
Key dates & deadlines
Early registration and abstract submission: 18 February 2020
FENS-IBRO/PERC travel grant* applications: 18 February 2020
Final submission of Forum networking event and satellite events: 20 April 2020
*Several FENS member societies and partners are also offering travel grants. Visit the Forum website to check the individual deadlines.
Young Investigator Training Programme and Introductory Courses
Early career researchers can apply to the IBRO/PERC sponsored Young Investigator Training Programme, to undertake 2-3 week research projects in host laboratories around the UK. Deadline for registration: 14 February 2020.

Registration for the Introductory Courses sponsored by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation is also open. Taking place on 10 July, these courses aim to introduce ECRs and academics to hot topics outside their current research area. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Take part in the FENS Forum sustainability initiative 
Delegates are invited to support FENS' efforts to improve the Forum's environmental impact. You can find out about the steps we're taking and how to offset your travel emissions by visiting the Forum website.
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Posted on 06/02/2020

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