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The Dutch Neuroscience Meeting :: DNM 20 will be held from Thursday 11 June to Friday 12 June 2020 at the Conference Centre 'De Werelt' in Lunteren. Proposals for sessions are currently open and will be accepted until 15 November 2019. You are invited to visit the meeting's website.

Latest news

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[25/02/2020]

BNA2021 Festival of Neuroscience - call for symposia 1st March 2020!

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Meetings

[ Received from Mariƫlle Caspers, 25/02/2020]

BNA2021 fifth Festival of Neuroscience
Brighton, United Kingdom
11-14 Apr 2021
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Website

[ Received from Mariƫlle Caspers, 06/02/2020]

Fifth Dutch Neurodevelopmental Disorders Day 2020
Amsterdam
24 Mar 2020
Contact e-mail
Website
Flyer/Programme

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Courses

[29/01/2020]

Summer Course on Fear, Anxiety, Obsessions & Trauma
Firenze, IT
28 Jun-03 Jul 2020
Flyer/Programme
Website

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Job market

[25/02/2020]

PhD-student or Postdoc
The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Amsterdam
Job description
In this project we will simultaneously record from low-level and higher-level cortical areas of the temporal stream in monkeys trained on tasks that rely on object vision. We compare the activity of neurons in the different brain areas to the tuning of units in deep neural networks, to elucidate the contributions of feedforward and feedback connections between brain areas. 


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