Program and other details
The second edition of the NeuroLeman Network and Doctoral Schools Meeting will place on May 14-16, 2020, in Les Diablerets.
While May 14 will be a day for Lemanic PIs to meet and discuss, May 15 and 16 will be dedicated to common activities of PhD candidates and PIs.
The meeting program is organized by:
- Claudia Bagni (DNF-UNIL) and Ron Stoop (CNP-CHUV) as PIs
- PhD candiates who still need to be named ...
Program details will be announced soon, and comprise invited lectures, extended poster sessions, workshops for PhD candidates and encounters with junior and senior peer neuroscientists.
Data Blitz talks by PhD candidates in neuroscience from the Lemanic region wil round up the scientific program. The presentation slots are given on a competetive basis once PhD candidates choose the option to present a concise insight into their research when submitting their abstract. The blitz talk should not last longer than 10min (and leaving 3min for questions from the audience). All oral and poster presentations will enter the competition for the Jean Falk-Vairant awards.
The meeting is free of charge for PhD candidates registered in the following programs (LNDS candidates beyond the first year are obliged to present a poster/talk; the other doctoral programs usually only grant an ECTS when a poster/talk is presented):
- Lemanic Neuroscience Doctoral School (LNDS)
- EPFL-EDNE program (including PhD students from non-BMI labs)
- EPFL-EDBB program (only PhD students from BMI labs)
Meeting registration will open in the end of January.
- Registration with abstract submission (poster or blitz talk) before March 1, 2020 (maximal abstract length 250 words).
- Registration without abstract submission before on April 1, 2020
Awards of the Jean Falk-Vairant Foundation
The Foundation Jean Falk-Vairant each year attributes two prizes during the meeting, i.e.
- for the best poster or oral presentation in fundamental neuroscience
- for the best best poster or oral presentation in clinical/applied neuroscience
Award of the Amicitia Association
The Amicitia Association awards an Excellence Prize in recognition of outstanding scientific research in all areas of neuroscience. The aim of the award is to support graduates from the doctoral programs in neuroscience in the Lemanic area who are continuing their scientific career in an international academic institution.