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ANA MEETING BUDAPEST 2023 We came, we met, we neuroscienced...

17 Feb 2023 3:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The ANA meeting 2023. What an extraordinary event organized by the Austrian Neuroscience Association and by the Hungarian Neuroscience Society (MITT)! 

ANA/MITT Budapest 2023 gathered hundreds of enthusiastic neuroscientists for three days of intensive interaction at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 

The Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest is a majestic building located in the heart of Budapest. We chose to host this meeting in such extraordinary settings as an opportunity to celebrate the history of international friendship and collaboration between ANA and MITT and to offer our guest the most stunning experience in one of the most vibrant European capitals. Follow this link for some sightseeing ideas!

Our young neuroscientists enjoy the meeting for free: ANA offers 10 travel grants for junior neuroscientists to cover most of your registration costs and travel expenses and allow more students and early-career researchers to easily join this meeting. Did you miss out this once? Check out more details, application guidelines, and eligibility criteria and enjoy your first international Neuroscience Meeting for free!

Highlights & Awards: ANA-MITT Budapest 2023 was the stage for the bestowment of prestigious awards.

The Pioneer in Austrian Neuroscience Award, was attributed to Prof. Dr. Alois Saria in recognition of his lifelong dedication and outstanding contributions to Neuroscience.

Moreover: the Otto Loewi Award was attributed to Dr. Noelia Urban, recognizing the excellence of her ground breaking work in neuroscience. Congratulation Noelia, we root for you :-)

Are you curious about our Awards, Grants and Prizes? follow the link for more details and do not forget to follow us on social media.

It was good to see you in Budapest... Bis Bald in Vienna ;-)

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