Conference Venue

DCU EntranceThis year’s Neuroscience Ireland Conference takes place at Dublin City University, the Glasnevin Campus.

For information on where DCU is, and how you can access our campus, please see:

All scientific sessions, as well as all coffee and lunch breaks will be hosted by the School of Nursing and Human Sciences (Nursing Building, on the left of the Collins Avenue entrance, indicated by H on the attached campus map).

The plenary lecture, organised by the President’s Office at DCU, will take place in The Mahony Hall at The Helix Arts Centre (Helix, indicated by Z on the attached map).

DCU_Map_20 Car Parking is available at DCU. For further information on parking locations for visitors, please visit:

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Call for Neuro-Artists – Logo Design Competition

NSI logo

Neuroscience Ireland is excited to announce a competition for new logo design ideas!
€300 prize for the wining entrant!

We are seeking artistic neuroscientists to submit their ideas for an updated or new Neuroscience Ireland logo. Entries do not need to be fully completed logos – we are simply looking for design ideas. The entries will be assessed by the NSI Board, and the winning idea will then be sent to a designer to work into a finalised logo (if necessary).

Entry Procedures:

  • Entry is open to current (2017) NSI members only – staff, post-docs or students.
  • Entries should be emailed directly to Images will be accepted in any format as long as they are attached to the entry email (even scanned hand-drawn sketches are acceptable).
  • The deadline for submission of entries is Friday 28th July 2017.
  • The winning entrant will receive a €300 prize and the winning entry will be unveiled at the NSI 2017 conference in Galway!

Notes: By entering this contest the applicant agrees to, if selected, give up sole rights to his or her submission. Furthermore, the applicant agrees to any and all changes to the logo design that NSI deems necessary. NSI also reserves the right not to use any of the submitted logo ideas

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