Young Neuroscientists Symposium
Saturday, 20th September 2014, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Trinity College Dublin
Registration is now open! Please click here to register.
Please note, we now have a special rate for undergraduate students.
If you have submitted an abstract, please upload your abstract to our Frontiers in Neuroscience event page in order to receive a DOI number for your abstracts.
Click here for the schedule for the day and click here for a download version of our programme (which will be included as a hardcopy in your delegate pack on the day).
The Young Neuroscientists Symposium (YNS) will be an excellent forum for all young neuroscientists to present and discuss their research. The event is aimed at promoting the research of early career scientists, from postgraduate to postdoctorate in any field devoted to brain research. We wish to promote interdisciplinary interaction and aim to foster collaborations between researchers based in Ireland. Please feel free to distribute and display our YNS Flyer in your department.
There will be oral communication sessions and poster presentations across a number of neuroscience themes. Additionally, there will be keynote addresses by Prof. Michael Heneka (University of Bonn, Germany) and Prof. Alan Sanfey (Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, Radboud University, Netherlands). There will also be a workshop session focussing on career development with a panel drawn from academia, industry and funding bodies. Of course, there is also an all important social event planned for the evening.
See our Frequently Asked Questions page for further information (updated 11th September – see the information on having your abstract indexed at Frontiers in Neuroscience).
YNS is supported by Science Foundation Ireland’s Conferences and Workshops Programme.
We would also like to thank our sponsors for helping us make YNS a success:
This event is organized by the Neuroscience Ireland Early-Career Researchers Committee:
Dr. John Kealy (Chair; NUI Maynooth)
Ms. Nikita Burke (NUI Galway)
Ms. Danielle Corbett (UCD)
Ms. Erin Dolan (UCC)
Ms. Francesca Farina (NUI Maynooth)
Ms. Kate Forte (NUI Maynooth)
Dr. Lorna Lopez (RCSI)
Ms. Roisin McManus (TCD)
Ms. Michelle Naughton (NUI Galway)
Mr. Marc Nugent (DCU)
Ms. Deirdre Twomey (TCD)