Thursday, 10 July 2014 15:15
Dear EBBS and EBPS members,

It is with great pleasure that we look towards the Joint Meeting of the EBBS and EBPS in Verona Italy, 12th to 15th September 2015.

As a joint meeting this will provide an excellent opportunity for scientific interaction at an event arranged by two highly eminent scientific Societies whose interests span brain mechanisms & behaviour, pharmacology, experimental psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience.

To make this Meeting a success, the input from you, members of the two Societies is essential. We encourage, you therefore, to submit proposals for symposia for the Meeting.

Proposals for symposia should be submitted using the dedicated link (http://ebbsebpsverona2015jointmeeting.info/symposium-proposal/).(http://ebbsebpsverona2015jointmeeting.info/symposium-proposal/).

Deadline for submission is the 15th September 2014.

Proposals should include a title, a short description of the topic and its importance, and potential speakers.

A total of 15 symposia will be selected, five of which by EBBS Executive C.ttee, five by EBPS Executive C.ttee. The remaining five will be selected as joint symposia by the Joint Programme C.ttee of the two Societies.

Proposers should follow the guidelines (see below) although suggestions for sessions involving innovative topics or formats are encouraged.

Selected symposia will be announced within 15th January 2015.

We look forward to receiving your proposals!

Martine Ammassari-Teule President of EBBS
Theodora Duka President of EBPS
Christian Chiamulera Chair of the Local Organizing Committee

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EBBS-EBPS joint meeting: call for symposia!
Thursday, 10 July 2014 13:25


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Letter of the President
Friday, 24 January 2014 17:11


Dear members of EBBS


The deadline for early registration and abstract submission to the 9th FENS forum that will be held in Milan from July 5 to 9 2014 is now approaching (February 2, 2014, midnight CET).  Apart from the scientific importance of the Forum which is attended by an ever growing number of worldwide neuroscientists,  I remind you that EBBS is a member of FENS so that the forum will host:

-          A special" EBBS/Behavioural Brain Research Prize" lecture given by Carmen Sandi (Lausanne Switzerland), Sunday 6 July,  13.00-13.45

"Stress and the social brain - From aggression and social hierarchies in rodents to social economic decision making"

-           The Annual EBBS banquet  preceded by an informal EBBS Business Meeting (place and date to be confirmed).

As in previous editions, multiple satellite and social events will take place before and during the Forum.  In addition to this, the Host Society Committee of the FENS Forum 2014 has concocted a number of activities, especially for the Forum attendees, mixing neuroscience, history, culture and fabulous wine and food local specialties. These activities are grouped under the section "DESTINATION ITALY" (http://fens2014.neurosciences.asso.frhttp://fens2014.neurosciences.asso.fr , go to CONFERENCE INFORMATION, click on the chosen activity for registering)


Do neural correlates of beauty exist in architecture?Do neural correlates of beauty exist in architecture?

Milestones in the History of NeuroscienceMilestones in the History of Neuroscience

The Representation of the Brain between Science and ArtThe Representation of the Brain between Science and Art

Wine Signalling Pathway Florentine SessionsWine Signalling Pathway Florentine Sessions

Wine Signalling Pathway In FranciacortaWine Signalling Pathway In Franciacorta

Food for Brain - Brain for food


I am looking forward to seeing you in Milan !

Martine Ammassari-Teule

President of EBBS

Calls for Organization of Partially Supported Schools in East and Central Europe
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 10:23
IBRO Pan European Regional Committee funding opportunity
Thursday, 21 November 2013 14:40

IBRO-PERC is inviting requests for partial funding of Meetings, Workshops and Symposia (up to 4,000€) on important topics in neuroscience organized in European countries during 2014.

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