Why We Forget: Transport in the Brain

Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach
New York, NY
Monday, December 07, 2015
Heard about brain science discoveries in the news? Ever wonder how science creates the headlines? Curious about how research happens at Columbia University Medical Center? Here’s your chance for a behind-the-scenes introduction to how neuroscience research works. Bring your family and friends to Late Night Science, a seminar series with lab tours by graduate students of Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach (CUNO).

BNA 50th Anniversary XMas Symposium: Neuroscience...Past, Present, Future

British Neuroscience Association
London, UK
Monday, December 14, 2015
2015 is a momentous year for the BNA as it marks 50 years of existence for the association, and to celebrate the occasion they are holding a very special seasonal symposium. A top line-up of expert speakers will talk about the substantial progress that neuroscience has made over the last 50 years. The meeting will take place in the iconic King’s building in the Strand Campus and refreshments and a wine reception will be served in the Great Hall.

Neuronal Connectivity in Brain Function and Disease: Novel Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets

The New York Academy of Sciences
New York, NY
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Mapping neuronal circuitry provides important insight into mammalian health and disease. This symposium will discuss emerging tools and novel findings that address this important goal.

ENCODS 2016: European Neuroscience Conference for Doctoral Students

Helsingør, Denmark
Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - Friday, July 01, 2016
ENCODS believes that open-minded interaction with fellow neuroscientists, and beyond, is key to move the field forward. Therefore, the aim of the ENCODS 2016 is threefold:1. To inspire young scientists to look beyond the boundaries of their own field; 2. To provide an intimate environment where young researchers can interact with both renowned scientists and fellow researchers; 3. To help students develop a skill set that is needed to be a good communicator of science.