SfN2019 SfN-sponsored Social: Global Neuroscience Social

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日本神経科学学会では昨年に引き続き、SfN annual meeting 2019の期間中にGlobalNeuroscience Socialを開催します。
ポスター発表はなんとかなるけれど、英語でのソーシャルタイムが苦手…というみなさん!
日本神経科学学会がみなさんのネットワーキングをお手伝いします。
海外へ留学を目指す方、また日本への帰国を目指す留学中の皆様も、ぜひご参加下さい。
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SfN2019 SfN-sponsored Social: Global Neuroscience Social
Tuesday Oct 22 6:45-8:45pm McCormick Place: Room N138

Different countries have different ways of neuroscience. Experiencing neuroscience in foreign countries will give you a new perspective in your science career. This new Global Neuroscience Social is for mixing neuroscientists from American, European and Asian countries and encouraging you to acquire experience in new countries. Three PIs with their own labs in non-native counties will give short presentations to discuss their experiences.
– Want to meet rising-star PIs in various countries?
– Considering applying PI positions in foreign countries?
– Want to get information for international grant submissions like HFSP or ERC?
Then you should join us!!!
Website: https://twitter.com/GlobalNeurosci1

Short Talk Presenters:

  1. Thomas McHugh RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan (USA→Japan)
  2. Athena Akrami University College London, UK (Iran→Italy→USA→UK)
  3. Hiroshi Ito Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Germany
    (Japan→USA→Norway→Germany)

Special Guests: Megan Carey, Tadashi Isa, Noriko Osumi, May-Britt Moser, Takaki Komiyama

6:45 – 7:00 Free session for grabbing drinks
7:00 – 7:05 Introduction

7:05 – 7:30 Short Talk by Junior/mid-career investigators (5 min talk + 2 min questions) x 3
“How and why I started my career in a new country: scientific advantages to move into my country” (Standing session)

7:30 – 8:45 Free mixer
[Chair: Izumi Fukunaga (OIST, Japan) and Haruhiko Bito (Univ Tokyo, Japan)]

Cash bar and dry snacks will be provided.

Supported by:
Japan Neuroscience Society, FENS, IBRO, Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience NTNU,
Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme