Young Neuroscientist Symposium 

Organizers: Young Investigators Committee from SENC

This symposium is organized for and by young neuroscientists, as a forum to showcase their research and foster communication and potential collaborations between investigators from different institutions, both inside and outside Spain. Scientific presentations will be selected by the Young Investigators Committee of SENC, in coordination with national and international organizations of young investigators, such as SRUK (Spanish Researchers in the UK), CERFA (Spanish Researchers in Germany) and CRE (Scientists Returned to Spain). In addition to the regular presentations, we will have a keynote speaker, an established investigator with aspects of his/her career of relevance and inspirational to young neuroscientists. The scientific session will be closed with a round table discussion, with the participation of investigators from different stages in their careers, including scientific policy makers. The tentative program for this activity is as follows:

Abstracts Submission Deadline: 14th august 2017

How to participate

This symposium is open to all attendees of the SENC meeting. Take the opportunity to present your work in this forum!. Three abstracts will be selected for short presentations, and stick around for the Round Table discussion, with young researchers and scientific policy makers.

If you are interested to participate, submit your abstract online, and after submission, your CV must be sent by email to: senc2017@kenes.com

Download the CV template

Young Neuroscientist Symposium

Programme
27 September 2017

08:45-9:00 Opening remarks
Víctor Borrell, Instituto de Neurociencias
Chair of Young Investigators Committee
09:00-9:45 Keynote speaker
Isabel Fariñas
, Universidad de Valencia
09:45-11:00 Young Neuroscientist Speakers:
09:45-10:10 Sandra Jurado, Instituto de Neurociencias
Snare machinery involved in AMPA and GABAA receptor trafficking
10:10-10:35 Diego Garcia, University Heidelberg
Serotonergic projections govern postnatal neuroblast migration
10:35-11:00 Victor Briz, CBMSO
Non-coding RNAs and autism: BC1 RNA regulates local protein translation, learning and social behavior
11:00-11:20 Coffee break
11:20-12:30 Round table:
  • Jordi Alberch, IDIBAPS

Established investigator from SENC Mentorship Program, SENC President

  • Cristina Márquez, Instituto de Neurociencias

Tenure-track investigator (Ramón y Cajal Program)

  • Cristina Nombela, Hospital Clínico San Carlos

Postdoc fellow returned to Spain

  • Izaskun Lacunza, FECYT

International Projects

12:30-12:45 Closing remarks
Agnès Gruart, Universidad Pablo de Olavide
SENC President-elect