On a regular basis all members receive e-mails with job ads, information on grant programs, stipends and much more.
The journal Neuroforum is published quarterly. Members receive the journal free of charge. Neuroforum contains review articles, book reviews, historical and methodological articles, information on grant programs, prizes and others.
In collaboration with the German Graduate Schools the German Neuroscience Society offers methodological courses to members and non members. These workshops offer insights into the latest methodological approaches, complemented by theoretical seminars.
The Goettingen- meeting of the German Neuroscience Society are held in the odd years, alternatively to the FENS meetings in the even years. The meetings attempt to represent the wide spectrum of disciplines in neuroscience research. With more than 1.800 partipants this meeting is one of the biggest neuroscience conferences in Europe. Members of the German Neuroscience Society participate at a reduced fee, however, also non-members are welcome to this meeting.
The German Neuroscience Society offers stipends to young investigators for their participation in the meetings of the Society as well as for the FENS-Forum.
The Schilling Forschungspreis and the Agilent Technologies technology prize are biennially awarded by the German Neuroscience Society to young investigators.
Workshop for School Teachers
The German Neuroscience Society offers an educational program for school teachers at several places in Germany.
European Journal of Neuroscience
The membership of the NWG entitles you to access to the electronic version of European Journal of Neuroscience (EJN).
The German Neuroscience Society has the goal to support neuroscience in research and education and to represent this field of research within Germany and abroad.
* The Society initiates new neuroscience research programs and establishes new political concepts favorable for neuroscience research
* The Society keeps contact to national research programs and privat foundations
* The Society supports the neurosciences’ programs in the European Community
* The Society is a partner for the industry
* The Society favors interdisciplinary educational concepts in neuroscience
* The Society is a non-profit organization
The German Neuroscience Society is
* a member society of IBRO
* a founding member of FENS
* an associate member of the VBIO
The German Neuroscience Society has approx. 2.000 members.
The journal Neuroforum is published quarterly in German Language. Members receive the journal free of charge. Neuroforum contains review articles, book reviews, historical and methodological articles, information on grant programs, prizes and others. From 2010 on an English version will be published online in parallel.
This brochure aims on public outreach and contains information on all areas of neuroscience research (in German language)
Data base for scientific images
Scientific images can be downloaded from this website.
Material for school teacher
(in German language)
Video biographies of German Neuroscientists
Famous German Neuroscientists reflect their career in an interview (in German language).
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