Professores da UFSC organizam encontro internacional de Neurociências em Florianópolis

28/03/2017 12:46

A Reunião Conjunta Bianual da NTS (Neurotoxicity Society) e da INA (International Neurotoxicology Association) acontece de 20 a 23 de maio, em Florianópolis, no Hotel Slaviero Aquamar – Ingleses. O evento conta com a participação de três professores da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC) na comissão organizadora local: Aderbal Aguiar, Alexandra Latini, e Helena Cimarosti.

O evento contará com a participação de renomados neurocientistas nacionais e internacionais. A palestra de abertura será proferida pelo professor Tim Greenamyre, da University of Pittsburgh, Pensylvannia, Estados Unidos. O encontro também contará com uma escola de neurociências que será realizada nos dois dias prévios ao evento principal, com 25 vagas para estudantes de pós-graduação. Interessados podem se inscrever até 31 de março. Instruções estão disponíveis abaixo, em inglês.

A chamada para abstracts, tanto para pôster quanto para apresentação oral, foi prorrogada até 1º de abril.

 

Mais informações:
Site do Evento
Programa Científico
Registro de Participante

 

 

Escola de Neurociências
INA/NTS Young Investigator Educational Enhancement Travel Awards 

The extended deadline is March 31, 2017.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

  1.  Graduate students in the final year of study for the PhD degree or postdoctoral scientists who received their PhD or MD degree within the last four years, as of May 1, 2017
  2.  Applicants must be a member of either INA or NTS or working under the supervision of a regular member of either society.
  3.  Applicants must be first (presenting) author of a submitted abstract.
  4.  Applicants may not have received a travel award from INA or NTS previously.
  5.  No more than two applicants from any laboratory may apply.
  6.  Travel awards are determined based upon funding

MEETING EXPECTATIONS:

  1.  Travel award recipients are expected to attend the entire meeting, including social events.
  2.  Award winners will be formally presented to the Society at both the opening symposium and the business 
meeting.
  3.  Award winners will be expected to present their submitted work in poster format and in a 10-15 minute oral 
presentation in a dedicated young investigator symposium.

TO APPLY:
Step One: The travel award application and abstract format information will be available on each society’s

webpage: http://www.neurotoxicology.org http://www.neurotoxicitysociety.org

Step Two: In addition to the general information on the application the following documents will be requested

  1.  A cover letter containing a statement about your current position, your career goals, and how attending the INA/NTS meeting will support those goals.
  2.  A signed letter of support from your dissertation supervisor or research director confirming your status and confirming financial need for attending the meeting.

3. A full curriculum vitae.

Step Three: Submit your full application before March 31 (2017) via e-mail to both
Drs. Remco Westerink () and Julie Andersen ().