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.

detailed information on the first joint EBBS/EWCBR winter conference
Tuesday, 05 November 2013 14:01



Dear EBBS members,

The first joint EBBS/EWCBR winter conference taking place next March in Bride-les-Bains (France) is taking shape. Please see the attached document for more detailed information on the scientific program, abstract submission, registration, etc. Additional information is also available on the conference web site www.ewcbr.euwww.ewcbr.eu.

Download this file (CirculaireOctobre2013_final.pdf)CirculaireOctobre2013_final.pdf[detailed information on the first joint EBBS/EWCBR winter conference]518 Kb
Young Investigator Awards to attend the EWCBR/EBBS meeting: news!
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 08:53

Young Investigator Awards

The EBBS is sponsoring awards to young scientists to attend the EWCBR/EBBS meeting and to present their data in the Young Investigator Symposium.

The following awardees were selected:

Silvia Poggini (Italy)

Justin W. Kenney (United Kingdom)

Christine Kohl (Germany)

Christiana Labermaier (Germany)

María Ángeles Gómez Climent (Spain)

Sara Santarelli (Germany)



To give the opportunity to more EBBS young members to take part to this prestigious and fun winter conference we have decided to re-open the call to those who are at the time of application either students or within 5 years of having received their PhD.

A new deadline has been set for November 10th, 2013.

The application should include the abstract of the presentation (max 300 words), a 1-page CV and the contact details of two scientists supporting the application.

Please, submit applications as one pdf file to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it before November 10th, 2013.

Awardees will receive a travel grant of 500 Euros and will be invited to present their work in the Young Investigator Symposium. An additional 2 awards will be given out.

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