Neurizons is a multidisciplinary neuroscience conference organized by the students of the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Neuroscience, in Göttingen. This year, the conference will take place online, using Crowdcast as platform.
At Neurizons, the researchers are invited to behold the latest research in neuroscience from a multitude of disciplines with two keynote lectures by Prof. Daphna Joel and Prof. Wolf Singer.
The topics of this year’s sessions include:
• Plasticity, Learning and Memory
• Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
• Emerging Techniques
• Cognitive Neuroscience
• Circuits and Networks
Neurizons provides the perfect milieu for stimulating discussions, whether it is during talks and poster sessions. It is also a great opportunity to analyze and assess career paths both within and outside of academia with the help of our career fair.
Dates of Event: 26th – 29th May 2020
- Abstract submission deadline: 15th May 2020
- Poster submission deadeline: 15th May 2020
- Registration deadline: 22nd May 2020
- Please register HERE
- To get familiarized with Crowdcast, please visit our virtual setup website HERE
Participation fees: As a new feature, the scientific talks of Neurizons 2020 will be free of charge and open to the entire community
For more information, please refer to the Flyer.
The Leiden International (Bio)Medical Student Conference (LIMSC) is the largest biennial student conference in the world. LIMSC offers the opportunity for medical, biomedical and life sciences students worldwide to present their research, to participate in various state-of-the-art workshops, to be enlightened by prominent guest speakers and to engage in networking with fellow international students and researchers.
The 11th Edition of LIMSC will be held on March 13-17, 2019. Registration is possible until February 11, 2019. The Program of the event is available HERE.
Please refer to the LIMSC website for more information.
What sets LIMSC apart from other conferences?
1. International character:
Students of 46 nationalities attended LIMSC last year.
800 students took part in LIMSC last year.
3. Large Awards for Best Student Presentations:
Award for top three student’s oral and poster presentations. All winners will also receive a one-year online subscription to The New England Journal of Medicine.
4. Student Friendly Prices:
The low entrance fees are aditionally encouraging.
5. High Quality Research:
The organising hospital, the LUMC, takes pride in being placed among the world top university hospitals for its unique research practice ranging from pure fundamental medical research to applied clinical research enabling it to offer the highest quality research.
6. Great Networking Opportunities:
Career and Internship Fair:
The Career and Internship Fair will give you as a student the opportunity to get in touch with representatives from the LUMC, the Leiden Bioscience Park and other (inter)national institutions to look into the possibilities for your future.
Leiden Bioscience Park:
The Leiden Bioscience Park includes the largest number of bioscience start-ups in the Netherlands and ranks within the top 5 science parks in Europe. Over 100 excellent pharmaceutical and life sciences companies, institutions and research centers are based at the Leiden Bioscience Park. Our tour during the social programme will give you the opportunity to get an insight into these companies.