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  • 2 Oct 2017 7:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hans Tuppy as an outstanding scientist and teacher has committed himself to science politics. As FWF president he secured the current structure of the FWF (by a 1981 change of the “Forschungsförderungsgesetz”), and as Rector of the University of Vienna he set path for the establishment of the IMP (and thus of the Vienna Biocenter, including the MFPL after the separation of the University of Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna). These were important impulses for neurosciences as well. The Center for Brain Research has finally emerged under his FWF presidency from an FWF Special Research Program on brain research.

  • 21 Sep 2017 11:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    From neuro to euro

    The neurosciences have traditionally been strong in Austria and have gained further impetus in the recent past.

    Read the full article published in Pan European Networks: Science & Technology.


  • 21 Sep 2017 7:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Dr. Drdla-Schutting is Associate Professor at the Center for Brain Research, Medical University of Vienna. Her particular interest are mechanisms of pain in the spinal cord in general and of pathological pain in particular.

    The price is named after the Nobel Laureate Otto Loewi, a German-born pharmacologist who was Professor in Graz until 1938, when he was forced to leave the country. The charitable Hertie Foundation generously sponsored the 2017 price.

  • 19 Sep 2017 1:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    FWF Newsletter 19.09.2017

    Parteien sichern der Allianz österreichischer Wissenschaftsorganisationen Strukturreformen, neue Strategien und Investitionen nach der Wahl zu.

  • 11 Sep 2017 5:56 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    F1000 Research welcomes Posters and Slides presented at the 15th ANA Meeting. Posters and slides are published immediately on submission; they are fully citable and are assigned a permanent DOI after an editorial check. This content is not peer reviewed.

    Please see the Posters and Slides Guidelines on the F1000 Website for more details.

  • 26 Aug 2017 5:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear ANA Member!

    We are pleased to introduce our new Website which comes together with a membership management program. It offers more opportunities for News and Blogs, and it will be a great help in managing our association. The Website has 3 levels of access: (1) Open for the general public (2) Open for all ANA Members (3) Open for ANA Board Members. 

    Hence, the first step for you to see and comment ANA News and to contribute to ANA blogs will be to register. To do so, please register with your email address (Marco, please instruct). Once you are looged-in you may edit your personal profile (Marco .. please instruct). It will also show whether you are up-to-date with your annual dues. Since online banking has become quite common we will keep this as our exclusive method of payment.

    We do hope that primarily with your engagement, with the use of this Website, but also by taking advantage of Social Media, ANA may succeed in setting up a vivid, interactive Neuroscience community.

    We would like to thank our previous ANA Secretary Gerald Obermair who - with great enthusiasm and dedocation - has not only set up the previous Website a long time ago, but who also maintained it for many years. We also like Marco Treven for his indispensible help in setting up, and getting acquainted with, the new program. 

  • 19 Aug 2017 7:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    SiNAPSA Neuroscience Conference ´17

    is the 7th international neuroscience meeting organized by the Slovenian Neuroscience Association and the University of Ljubljana.

    SiNAPSA Neuroscience Conference '17 (SNC'17) is the seventh biannual international neuroscience meeting organized by the Slovenian Neuroscience Association in partnership with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ljubljana. The meeting covers a wide array of neuroscience research from the molecular to the systems level.

    The programme consists of plenary lectures, thematic symposia and poster sessions presenting the state-of-art in basic neurobiology (molecular neurobiology, neurochemistry and animal model work), developmental and adult neurology, psychiatry, psychology, cognitive and translational neuroscience. The conference will be accompanied by Educational workshop on neuroscience-based psychiatry.


  • 1 Nov 2016 9:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) is the primary international organization dedicated to using neuroimaging to discover the organization of the human brain

    Call for Educational Courses, Symposia & Abstracts

    The Call for Educational Courses, Symposia and Abstracts is now OPEN! Note that the deadline for submissions is December 15, 2016!With the increasing number of proposals being submitted, more time was needed for careful review and consideration of each proposal.See the OHBM 2017 website for additional information.

    CHAPTER News: 

    After the big success of the first OHBM Alpine Chapter Symposium in Vienna (2015) and the Clinical fMRI-DTI course in Basel (April 2016),the 2nd Alpine Chapter Symposium will be held in Salzburg. The symposium consists of OHBM member initiated sessions, individual contributions and posters.

    For registration or submission of contributions please contact the Chapter Executive Tabea Philippi-Novak:tabea.philippi-novak@meduniwien.ac.at

    Thank you for your continued support of OHBM.  If you have any questions or ideas you would like to share, please send them toinfo@humanbrainmapping.org


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