The 2021 Early-Career Researchers Symposium will take place on Friday, January 29th, 2021 virtually over Zoom. There will be morning and afternoon sessions of plenary talks while poster presentations will take place in between. Details of the meeting program will be announced in the coming days.

Meeting Overview
Featured Speakers

Young Swiss Society for Neuroscience 

Young Swiss

Society for Neuroscience

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We're always looking for enthusiastic individuals motivated to take on responsibility! Interested in becoming part of the team? Send us your CV and a brief statement of interest.

We're always looking for enthusiastic individuals motivated to take on responsibility! Interested in becoming part of the team? Send us your CV and a brief statement of interest.

Join Us

Young Swiss

Society for Neuroscience

Information For Presenters

Plenary Talk

Plenary talks are scheduled to take place during either the morning or afternoon sessions. Each talk is allotted 20 minutes, with 15 minutes for the presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions. There is no limit on the number of slides. 

Poster

Poster presentations are scheduled to take place between plenary talks. Posters with similar topics are grouped together into virtual rooms. In these groups, each presenter will have 5 minutes to speak about their poster followed by 5 minutes of questions. Due to the virtual format of the meeting, presentations may take the form of traditional posters or of slideshow presentations. There is no limit on the number of slides.  

Presentations will be provided by graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from Swiss Institutes in any field in neuroscience. *Abstract submissions are now closed. 

Featured Speakers

The 2021 Early-Career Researchers Symposium will take place on Friday, January 29th, 2021 virtually over Zoom. There will be morning and afternoon sessions of plenary talks while poster presentations will take place in between. Details of the meeting program will be announced in the coming days.

Meeting Overview
Information For Presenters

Plenary Talk

Plenary talks are scheduled to take place during either the morning or afternoon sessions. Each talk is allotted 20 minutes, with 15 minutes for the presentation followed by 5 minutes for questions. There is no limit on the number of slides.

Poster

Poster presentations are scheduled to take place between plenary talks. Posters with similar topics will be grouped together into virtual rooms. In these groups, each presenter will have 5 minutes to speak about their poster followed by 5 minutes of questions. Due to the virtual format of the meeting, presentations may take the form of traditional posters or of slideshow presentations. There is no limit on the number of slides.

Presentations will be provided by graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from any field in neuroscience. *Abstract submissions are now closed.

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