The organising committee for Careers in Neuroscience Symposium Galway 2014 (CNS Galway 2014), would like to invite to you attend our symposium, which will be held on Wednesday 26th November 2014 in NUI Galway.
CNS Galway 2014 is a symposium focused on career opportunities in neuroscience which is organised by early-career researchers from the Galway Neuroscience Centre in conjunction with Neuroscience Ireland. This event complements the Young Neuroscientists Symposium at Trinity College on 20th Sept.
We welcome a range of high-calibre and distinguished experts (including Prof. John Cryan, Dr. Will Spooren, Prof. William O’Connor) to share their experience and career highlights with attendees.
Discuss and debate potential career pathways in academia, industry, science communication, entrepreneurship and alternative careers with professionals in the field.
Through open discussions and social events, there will be plenty of networking opportunities to meet these experts in an informal and friendly environment and also to network with other early-career neuroscientists from different institutes.
You will also have the chance to develop your presentation skills and share your work with a scientific audience by taking part in oral or poster presentations – with prizes for top presentations.
This will be held as a satellite meeting to NECTAR 2014 and is open to early-career neuroscience researchers/students from all disciplines.
Registration and abstract submission now open!
The closing date for abstract submission is 3rd October 2014.
See attached flyer – please disseminate to any relevant parties.
Please note that this symposium will replace the annual Galway Neuroscience Research day this year, and as such this symposium represents a valuable opportunity to present your research to an audience of your peers and experts in the field.