IBRO Pan-Europe Regional Committee (IBRO-PERC) and FENS are delighted to announce the next group of the FENS/IBRO-PERC Exchange Fellows. With the aim of supporting the career development of early-career neuroscientists, the fellowship provides them with an opportunity to conduct a goal-oriented internship in another European lab and experience another research environment.
FENS and IBRO-PERC are pleased with the high-rate response of the neuroscience community to this initiative: 94 eligible applications from 22 European countries were submitted during the second FENS/IBRO-PERC Exchange Fellowships call, which closed on 15 October 2023.
The recipients of the FENS/IBRO-PERC Exchange Fellowships are:
|University of Trieste, Italy
|Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
|Ekin Döngel Dayanç
|Acıbadem Mehmet Ali Aydınlar University, Turkey
|Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, Norway
|Ilayda Birben Fahliogullari
|University of Cologne; Institute of Zoology, Germany
|University of Copenhagen, Denmark
|Tampere University, Finland
|Heidelberg University, Germany
|María Alfonso Triguero
|University of Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Spain
|Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Poland
|University of Crete and IMBB-FoRTH, Greece
|Paris Brain Institute, France
|Johannes-Gutenberg University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
|Pablo González Téllez de Meneses
|Institute for Neuroscience of Castilla y León, Spain
|Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience, France
|National Research Council of Italy (CNR), Italy
|University of Lausanne, Switzerland
|University of Reading, United Kingdom
|Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Netherlands
|University of Crete, Greece
Univeristy of Alicante, Spain
IBRO-PERC and FENS warmly congratulate the eleven fellows and extend their best wishes for a successful experience.
About the FENS/IBRO-PERC Exchange Fellowships
The FENS/IBRO-PERC Exchange Fellowships are designed to provide Master’s and PhD students and early postdocs with the opportunity to spend up to three months in a different European laboratory. This experience allows them to benefit from methodological training, learn new techniques, and broaden their scientific perspectives.
FENS and IBRO-PERC are committed to supporting the development of neuroscience careers and fostering collaboration within the European neuroscience community.
The next call will open soon. Stay tuned for more information here.
Founded in 1998, the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), one of IBRO’s 92 member societies, is the main organization for neuroscience in Europe. It currently represents 44 national and single-discipline neuroscience societies across 33 European countries and more than 22,000 member scientists.