Dear young scientist,
The Göttingen meeting is just around the corner. We want to let you know about the activities of the jNWG at the meeting!
Here are some details:
- Norbert Elsner lecture: A neuroethological approach to the Honeybee brain – Randolf Menzel
Plenary lecture, Thursday 23.03., 8:30 – 9:30 h
Chaired by Sophie Seidenbecher
- Breaking News Symposium I + II
Symposium 13, Thursday 23.03., 11:00 – 13:00 h
Symposium 15, Thursday 23.03., 16:15 – 18:15 h
This symposium offers young investigators the chance to present their research at the Göttingen Meeting, with diverse themes and exciting avenues of exploration. The three best presentations will receive the Breaking News’ Best Paper Awards.
- jNWG Symposium: Alternatives to living animal models
Symposium 30, Friday 24.03., 13:00 – 15:00 h
Chaired by Akshay Kapadia & Kathrin Wicke
The talks will be given by young researchers working on different aspects of Neuroscience using complementary approaches to traditional animal models. This symposium aims to explore and focus on the opportunities and challenges of these methods. The special note on the discussion held during the symposium plenum will be included in the perspective article – titled “New avenues for modeling human brain function and disease in vitro” in NWG’s society journal – Neuroforum. Put on your thinking caps, and voice your opinions and suggestions!
jNWG thanks Chroma Technology Corporation for their support!
- jNWG socials gathering – Thanners
Wednesday 22.03. 20:00 h onwards
This casual meeting is an excellent opportunity to get to know new companions, build your network and share enthusiasm for science. We plan to introduce the jNWG and its mission to everyone interested and forge plans for the future. If you want to get to know the people behind the jNWG or get involved, you are welcome to join us.
We look forward to a great meeting and the opportunity to see you all in person.
The jNWG Team