Young Neuroscience Symposium 2020

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The Young Neuroscience Symposium 2020 will be held online on the 6th November.

This symposium will be made up of established and early career neuroscientists.

The key note lecture will be given by Prof. Federico Calegari, Professor at the Center for Regenerative Therapy, Germany who will talk about “Giving more neurons to the brain, from the womb to the grave”

For full programme see NSI YSI Flyer and Programme 2020

In addition, the Neuroscience Ireland Early Career Investigator will be announced and present on their work during this symposium.

Register here for the Young Neuroscience Symposium 2020 is Ireland’s largest independent for courses in Ireland. We list full-time and part-time courses of all types so that you can find the best course for you.

To become a neuroscientist you will need to earn a Ph.D. that focuses on the field of neuroscience. You’ll start your educational journey by earning a bachelor’s degree. You’ll want to choose a bachelor’s program that has courses in biology, physiology, psychology, and human anatomy.

Once you earn your undergraduate degree, you’d move onto a master’s degree with advanced courses in neuroscience or the biological sciences. At the graduate level, you will want to choose a program that provides clinical lab experience and options to study neuroscience at depth. Next, you’ll choose a Ph.D. program that enables you to focus on neurological research.

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