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Young Neuroscience Symposium 2020

Young Neuroscience Symposium 2020

The Young Neuroscience Symposium 2020 will be held online on the 6th November. There is an excellent line up of talks from established and early career neuroscientists which promises to ...
Nominations for the NSI Early Career Investigator Award

Nominations for the NSI Early Career Investigator Award

Nominations are being sought for the NSI Early Career Investigator Award. Awards are presented to outstanding research scientists who have made exciting basic science or clinical contributions to the field ...
Fiona Martyn wins ENCP’s Got Talent 2020!

Fiona Martyn wins ENCP’s Got Talent 2020!

Congratulations to PhD student, Fiona Martyn, from Dr Dara Cannon’s research team at NUI Galway who won the “ECNP’s Got Talent” contest at the 33rd European College of Neuropsychopharmacology conference which ...
NSI August Newsletter

NSI August Newsletter

Check out the NSI August newsletter here for some of the key activities NSI has been involved in over the past few months including the support of 13 young Irish ...
FENS committee roles for current and former NSI Presidents

FENS committee roles for current and former NSI Presidents

Neuroscience Ireland is delighted to announce that our current President, Áine Kelly from Trinity College Dublin, and two past Presidents, Eilís Dowd from NUI Galway and Richard Roche from Maynooth ...
“Mood Atlas” wins Best Medical Documentary

“Mood Atlas” wins Best Medical Documentary

The short film, “Mood Atlas” has won Best Medical Documentary at the Sci-On Film Festival in Reno, Nevada. Mood Atlas describes the experiences of Shane Hickey, who is living with ...
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