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Introduction to HSfN at FENS2020

Introduction to the Hellenic Society for Neuroscience

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Introduction to HSfN at FENS2020

  1. 1. The Hellenic Society for Neuroscience (HSfN) www.hsfn.gr • HSfN was established in 1985, in Patras, Greece • HSfN is a member of
  2. 2. The aims of HSfN are www.hsfn.gr • To promote neuroscience research in Greece by facilitating the interaction of all disciplines comprising the neuroscience field • To promote education in neurosciences • To communicate the results of neuroscience research to the general public
  3. 3. HSfN members have actively participate at FENS and IBRO governing bodies www.hsfn.gr • Fotini Stylianopoulou, FENS general secretary (2010- 2012) • George Kostopoulos, member of the IBRO governing council (1990-1997), member of IBRO publications committee (1995-1998), member of the IBRO education editorial board (2004-2009) • Kyriaki Thermos, member of the IBRO governing council (200-2006), member of the Network of European Neuroscience Schools (2003-2005), member of the FENS communications committee (2010-2011)
  4. 4. HSfN members have actively participate at FENS and IBRO governing bodies www.hsfn.gr • Rebecca Matsas, member of the FENS schools committee (2010-2011) • Panayiota Poirazi, FENS forum program committee (2012), FENS Kavli scholar and chair (2014-2016) • Domna Karagogeos, FENS forum program committee (2012), member of the Committee of Higher Education and Training (CHET) (2016-2018), chair of CHET (2018- 2020) • Vasiliki Nikoletopoulou, FENS Kavli scholar (2018-)
  5. 5. The Hellenic Society for Neuroscience www.hsfn.gr • Has currently 380 members (180 regular members [ph.d. holders], 200 student members and 10 friends members] • Supports young researchers with travel grants to attend international conferences • Organizes a biennial scientific meetings in Greece • Actively participates in the biennial FENS forum • Organizes science communication events during the Brain Awareness Week each year
  6. 6. HSfN – publications/books www.hsfn.gr
  7. 7. HSfN – Brain Awareness events www.hsfn.gr • HSfN and its members have been organizing brain awareness events at least since 2009 • At the FENS meeting in Milan, HSfN received the FENS-DANA brain awareness event award • HSfN members organize events in several cities around Greece (Athens, Thessaloniki, Patras, Ioannina, Heraklio) but also smaller towns and islands.
  8. 8. The 28th meeting of the Hellenic Society for Neuroscience www.hsfn.gr • Took place at FORTH, in Heraklio, Greece, on October 4-6, 2019 • Was attended by over 300 students and researchers • Plenary speakers included Carmen Sandi, EPFL-Switzerland and current FENS president, Eero Castren, University of Helsinki and current FENS general secretary, Rosa Cossart, INMED- INSERM-France, Julie Bakker, University of Liege-Belgium and Gregoire Courtine, EPFL, Switzerland • 11 symposia with 41 speakers • 10 junior scientist talks selected from submitted abstracts • 110 poster presentations
  9. 9. Hellenic Society for Neuroscience (HSfN) www.hsfn.gr Current Governing Counci • Kyriaki Sidiropoulou, Univerisity of Crete and IMBB- FORTH • Panagiotis Politis, BFRAA • Vasileios Raos, University of Crete and IACM-FORTH • Myrto Denaxa, BSRC Fleming • Anastasia Tsingotzidou, Veterinary Dept, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  10. 10. The 29th meeting of the Hellenic Society for Neuroscience www.hsfn.gr • Will take place in Thessaloniki! • Visit hsfn.gr for more details in the future

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