We are happy to announce that the award for the “Best PhD Thesis” of the year 2021, endowed with a prize money of € 500, is going to Dr. Martin ZURL (University of Vienna) for his thesis "Clock entrainment by sun- and moonlight in Platynereis dumerilii." Martin completed his PhD in the lab of Florian Raible in close collaboration with the lab of Kristin Tessmar-Raible at the Max Perutz Labs in Vienna.
We cordially congratulate the awardee. Please find more information about the thesis here.
Call for Symposia for the Joint ANA/HNS Meeting 2023
Dear ANA members!
We hope that COVID will not prevent us from holding another in-person meeting next year and discuss science in our biennial conference.
Next year's conference will be a special one; the leaderships of the Austrian Neuroscience Association (ANA) and the Hungarian Neuroscience Society (HNS) decided to hold a joint meeting in Budapest between 01.02.2023 and 03.02.2023.
We hereby invite all of you to think about and propose a symposium for the next year's conference. The length of the symposia will be 1 hour 45 minutes, with 4-5 speakers each giving a presentation of about 20 minutes.
We kindly ask anyone who has a symposium proposal (maximum of one page with the title, names of the presenters and a short description of the topic) to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by 20 MARCH 2022.
We wish everyone good health and many discoveries.
Isabella Sarto-Jackson and Zoltán NusserChairmen of the 2023 Conference Organising Committee