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  • 16 Sep 2022 8:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    EBRAINS Training on Brain Atlases and Simulation Services

    An exciting hands-on workshop in computational Neuroscience and a glimpse of the future

    The EBRAINS Training on Brain Atlases and Simulation Services has taken place on 13 Sept 2022, at the Institute of Science & Technology Austria in Klosterneuburg. This special event was tailored to the Austrian Neuroscience Association members´ needs and was free and open to all ANA members. 

    We thank all the participants and hope you enjoyed learning how to use the vast Brain Atlasing and Simulation Services available on the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure, developed by the Human Brain Project. We thank the expert speakers from the EBRAIN project who delved into practical usage of different tools in five amazing hands-on sessions.

    Curious? check out the program. Are you not part of ANA yet? Join us to enjoy the future exclusive opportunities for all ANA members!

  • 23 Aug 2022 6:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    “Are we equipped to work interdisciplinarily? – On the lack of philosophical education of neuroscientists!” was organized by Isabella Sarto-Jackson (Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, Klosterneuburg, Austria) and Markus Kunze (Center for Brain Research of the Medical University of Vienna, Austria) together with the Italian neuroscientist Igor Branchi (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy).

    (photo kindly provided by Igor Branchi)

    (photo kindly provided by Igor Branchi)

    The speakers drew on their longstanding expertise in multi- and interdisciplinary research and presented examples of interdisciplinarity in practice:

    Read More.......

    A report by Markus Kunze & Isabella Sarto-Jackson

  • 23 Aug 2022 6:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are happy to announce that the award for the Best PhD Thesis of the year 2021, endowed with a prize money of € 500, is going to Dr. Martin ZURL (University of Vienna) for his thesis "Clock entrainment by sun- and moonlight in Platynereis dumerilii." Martin completed his PhD in the lab of Florian Raible in close collaboration with the lab of Kristin Tessmar-Raible at the Max Perutz Labs in Vienna.


    We cordially congratulate the awardee. Please find more information about the thesis here.



    Call for Symposia for the Joint ANA/HNS Meeting 2023


    Dear ANA members!

    We hope that COVID will not prevent us from holding another in-person meeting next year and discuss science in our biennial conference. 

    Next year's conference will be a special one; the leaderships of the Austrian Neuroscience Association (ANA) and the Hungarian Neuroscience Society (HNS) decided to hold a joint meeting in Budapest between 01.02.2023 and 03.02.2023.

    We hereby invite all of you to think about and propose a symposium for the next year's conference. The length of the symposia will be 1 hour 45 minutes, with 4-5 speakers each giving a presentation of about 20 minutes.

    We kindly ask anyone who has a symposium proposal (maximum of one page with the title, names of the presenters and a short description of the topic) to send it to nusser@koki.hu and isabella.sarto-jackson@kli.ac.at by 20 MARCH 2022.

    We wish everyone good health and many discoveries.

    Yours sincerely,

    Isabella Sarto-Jackson and Zoltán Nusser

    Chairmen of the 2023 Conference Organising Committee
  • 1 Jun 2022 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    ANA and EBBS welcome you to the special networking events at FENS 2022 “Are we equipped to work interdisciplinarily? On the lack of philosophical education for neuroscientists”

    We are happy to announce that registered participants will have the chance to win many prizes, including 1 X 300 Euro travel grant for ANA meeting 2023 in Budapest*, 3 x Springer book-voucher á 180 Euro (generously supported by SpringerLink), 3 x ANA student membership** and 6 exclusive t-shirts “Part of a bigger Picture”.


    How to participate to the networking event

    For information and registration, follow the link www.ebbs-science.org/networking2022.

    https://forum.fens.org/event/ne08-are-we-equipped-to-work-interdisciplinarily-on-the-lack-of-philosophical-education-for-neuroscientists-18-45-20-30/

    How to participate to the prize selection

    To partake into the prize selection, show your individual registration code upon attendance.

    Check-in with at the venue, right before or after the networking event. Winners will be selected randomly and contacted individually after the FENS.

    NOTE: To partake into the networking event you must be a registered participant of FENS 2022

     

    Eligibility requirements

    *The prize "travel grant for ANA meeting 2023 in Budapest" is reserved for ANA student members: to apply for student membership follow the link: https://www.austrian-neuroscience.at/join The prize will be delivered after the attendance to ANA meeting Budapest 2023. Detailed instructions will be made available to the winners.

    ** To benefit of an ANA student membership you must be a young neuroscientist, part of an official master or PhD program (proof will be requested), detailed instruction are available upon registration https://www.austrian-neuroscience.at/join

    More info: office@austrian-neuroscience.at 

  • 13 Sep 2021 12:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    https://www.austrian-neuroscience.at/resources/ANA_Meeting_2021/ANA2021-Abstract_Book_FINAL_.pdf

  • 12 Sep 2021 12:41 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


  • 13 Jul 2021 11:59 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are very grateful to the Goverment of Lower Austria (Land Niederösterreich) as well as Land Salzburg for supporting in total 28 x €250,- Travel Grants for young scientists to participate in the ANA Meeting 2021.

    Apply for travel grants at: secretary@austrian-neuroscience.at

    https://www.austrian-neuroscience.at/
      


  • 12 Jul 2021 3:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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  • 9 Jun 2021 11:55 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    You find the newsletter here

  • 13 Apr 2021 11:21 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We congratulate Dr. Simon Nimpf (IMP Vienna) on winning the ANA Best Thesis Award 2020!


    You can find the abstract of his thesis "Investigating the neuronal basis of magnetoreception in the pigeon" here.


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