11 June, 2016. And, to the benefit of everybody not in London, the whole event will be livestreamed!
Neuroscience MPhil opening in Brisbane (Australia), with funding! PhD on fear/anxiety in Münster (Germany) – electrophysiological experience a big plus.
… courtesy of FENS. Potentially available positions in Copenhagen, Berlin, Leuven (Belgium), Ulm (Germany), and Leuven again.
… available at the moment. One of them – in Bern – in a team researching the neural basis of sleep and brain development during childhood and adolescence using neuroimaging. The other – in Magdeburg, Germany – in a team researching neuronal plasticity in depression (knowledge in electrophysiology one possible route into the position).
Boushra Dalile, one of our current MSc students, is being awarded the University’s annual “Global Swede of the Year” award. She will be attending the prize ceremony in Stockholm on Wednesday 18 May. We offer Boushra our warmest congratulations for this prestigious prize!
This was finalized a while back, but I forgot to post it here. On the assumption of better late than never, here is the printed version of our new MSc program flyer: [MSc Flyer PDF].
A team of researchers, including our own BSc and MSc alumnus Kristoffer Fehér, have just published an article in the Journal of Visualized Experiments entitled “Concurrent Electroencephalography Recording During Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS).”
In the previous posts concerning the elicitation of empathic responses on the HONY blog in relation to the refugee series, I have highlighted the differences between the HONY blog and more general news outlets, as well as the ability of the blog to sidestep the problems in photojournalism. I have also touched upon the possibility […]