Regional Partnerships


CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme

The CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme is an independent international non-profit organization built upon a FENS and IBRO initiative in partnership with the Gatsby Charitable FoundationBordeaux Neurocampus (France) and the Champalimaud Foundation (Lisbon, Portugal). Its objective is to establish dedicated neuroscience training facilities in Europe. Six schools are hosted each year offering state-of-the-art hands-on training courses in neuroscience. They are designed by first-class neuroscientists and consist of 2-to-3-week project-based courses for approximately 20 international students.  The programme includes cutting-edge techniques and concepts relevant to modern neuroscience in a diverse array of disciplines.

Latin American Neuroscience Training Program

The IBRO Latin America Regional Committee (IBRO-LARC) and the IBRO US/Canada Regional Committee (IBRO-USCRC) partner with the Society for Neuroscience and the Grass Foundation to support the Latin American Training Program (LATP). This five-year initiative launched its first course in 2014, and builds on the historic strengths of the SfN Ricardo Miledi Program, a Grass Foundation funded training initiative that ran from 2003-12. The LATP is projected to serve approximately 650 trainees from Latin America and the Caribbean by the end of the five-year term. Fifteen outstanding students are selected each year to participate in an onsite, advanced 3-week training program. Additionally, more than 100 students from across the region participate in an online training program, which includes webinars, videos, networking, and discussions on professional development and the latest science.

IBRO/IBE-UNESCO Science of Learning Fellowships

The IBRO Science of Learning Initiative established in 2016 is the result IBRO’s efforts to globally recognize neuroscience research as crucial to increasing our understanding of how the human brain learns and to informing education practitioners, policymakers and governments how this knowledge can help address urgent international concerns ranging from curriculum development and learning to migration and equitable development. To launch the initiative, IBRO and the International Bureau of Education at UNESCO (IBE-UNESCO), established a program that offers 3 joint IBRO/IBE-UNESCO Science of Learning Fellowships each year for an initial period of three years. The selected Fellows pursue research projects at IBE-UNESCO headquarters for 3 months that will help to translate key neuroscience research on learning and the brain to educators, policymakers and governments. Click here to learn more.

Other areas of potential partnerships include travel grants and stipends, return home and other research fellowships, international short stay grants, neuroethics, diversity, history of neuroscience, awards of research excellence, PhD fellowships and increased support for young and disadvantaged neuroscientists, especially in Africa, Asia and Latin America. If you are interested in exploring new ideas or future support within one of our existing partnership areas, please contact Lars Kristiansen, Director at lars.kristiansen[at]ibro[dot]org.

Asian Pacific Partnerships


 

African Partnerships


 

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Latin American Partnerships


 

FALAN-LARC

The Federation of Latin American and Caribbean Neurosciences (FALAN) was formed in 2013 with the aim of promoting the study and research of neuroscience, promoting links and exchanges between partners and with national and regional organizations and international...

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Seeding Neuroscience

This LARC initiative promotes the development of neuroscience in the less active countries of the Latin American Region. The IBRO-LARC Seeding Neuroscience Program offers an intensive course on the modern and basic principles of neuroscience. During the course...

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Latin American Training Programme (LATP)

IBRO-LARC and IBRO-USCRC partner with the Society for Neuroscience and the Grass Foundation to support the Latin American Training Program (LATP).The Latin American Training Program (LATP) is a comprehensive, year-long online training program. It provides webinars,...

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European Partnerships


 

PERC Membership of EBC

PERC is a member of the European Brain Council (EBC), a network of key players in the “Brain Area”, with a membership encompassing scientific societies, patient organisations, professional societies and industry partners.A non-profit organisation based in Brussels,...

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PERC-FENS Young Investigator Training Program

IBRO-PERC supports the Young Investigator Training Program (YITP) that will take place just before the FENS Forum. The program has the following objectives: Allow brilliant and motivated young scientists, in particular from countries with more limited access to most...

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PERC-FENS Regional Meeting & Forum Travel Grants

The FENS Forum of neuroscience is the largest international neuroscience meeting in Europe. It covers all fields of neuroscience research and comprises a range of symposia, technical workshops, plenary and special lectures and poster sessions as well as a number of...

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PERC-FENS NENS Clusters

The Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS) was founded in 2003 by the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), to exchange best practices, and share experience among the neuroscience graduate schools in Europe. 207 graduate schools are already...

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PERC-FENS Brain Conference Stipends

The Brain Conferences bring together outstanding researchers in key areas of contemporary neuroscience to discuss current concepts and define challenges for future research.The Brain  Conferences are organised by FENS in collaboration with the Lundbeck Foundation,...

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PERC-FENS Slots in Neuroscience Courses

Founded in 2003, the Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS) connects neuroscience graduate school programmes in Europe, providing a platform for interaction and exchange of best practices. NENS now represents over 200 graduate neuroscience schools and...

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CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme

The objective of the Cajal Training Programme is to establish dedicated neuroscience training facilities in Europe. The CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme is an independent international non-profit organization built upon a FENS and IBRO initiative in...

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North American Partnerships


 

Travel to the INS meeting

The travel grant to attend the meeting of the International Neuroethics Society (INS) seeks to develop, support, and promote scientific research but also to promote international collaboration and exchange of scientific information in neuroscience, and specifically...

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Travel to the CAN meeting

IBRO-USCRC funds a part of the travel of up to 12 awardees (students and postdoctoral fellows) to the Canadian Association for Neuroscience meeting every year. This is an excellent opportunity for for Canadian trainees to present their work and network with others...

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Undergraduate Summer Programs for Underrepresented Groups

This USCRC-IBRO program addresss inequities in opportunities in science education and careers, by providing exposure to neuroscience research and career choices in neuroscience to undergraduate students from underrepresented groups in the US & Canada.1 - For the...

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USCRC SEE Diversity Fellowships

The goal of SEE-Diversity is to increase the successful transition to and retention of diverse, early career neuroscientists into academic positions. The program leverages the incredible intellectual and scientific resources of the MBL to provide candidates with...

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Latin American Training Programme (LATP)

IBRO-LARC and IBRO-USCRC partner with the Society for Neuroscience and the Grass Foundation to support the Latin American Training Program (LATP).The Latin American Training Program (LATP) is a comprehensive, year-long online training program. It provides webinars,...

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IBRO-USRC MBL and CSHL Fellowships

This program for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows training in neuroscience in the US and Canada, aims to increase diversity in neuroscience in the region, by providing trainees with access to cutting-edge research approaches in contemporary neuroscience. The...

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