Special Issue "Selected Papers from "Brainstorming Research Assembly for Young Neuroscientists (BraYn)"
A special issue of Neurology International (ISSN 2035-8377).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 August 2024 | Viewed by 4865
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The 5th edition of the BraYn conference will take place in Rome (Italy) on September 28th-30th. The event is organized by the BraYn Association and is intended for young researchers under the age of 40 working in the field of Neuroscience. Young neuroscientists are often challenged with the difficulties of carrying out their research; the conference aims to help these researchers reach their full research potential through meeting, connecting, collaborating, and sharing with other scientists. The BraYn association aims to encourage cooperation among different research groups to broaden their horizons and improve the quality of neuroscience research. The BraYn conference is open to PhD students, post docs (juniors and seniors), junior PIs, residents in neurology, young neurologists, and clinicians from all around the world. For this conference Special Issue, we welcome original articles or reviews reporting new experimental or clinical data and promoting the understanding of biological processes from different disciplines of neuroscience, including neuroimmunology, neuronal plasticity, neurophysiology, neurodegeneration, neuro-oncology, epilepsy, neurodevelopment, neurogenetics, clinical neuroscience, and neuroimaging. We aim to provide a collection of high-impact manuscripts dissecting the unknown or lesser studied aspects of neuroscience. This Special Issue further hopes to help young neuroscientists to reconsider their basic knowledge. We invite young colleagues from all neuroscience disciplines to systematically exchange knowledge about their clinical or basic research.
Dr. Giovanni Ferrara
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- neuronal plasticity
- paediatric neuroscience
- basic research
- clinical research
- clinical neuroscience