22
May

Join us in Ottawa for a cusp-of-autumn weekend immersed in cutting-edge developmental neuroscience Sept. 19-21, 2015.

Registration opens today for the Sixth Annual Brain Development Conference, the premier North American meeting for understanding health and disorders in the developing brain. Highlights include a keynote address by Dr. Stephen Scherer,  on the 10,000-genome Autism Speaks MSSNG project, and special symposia on sleep issues and movement therapy in neurodevelopmental disorders.

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21
May

A Vancouver workshop focusing on the latest developments in early diagnosis and treatment of FASD showcased Canadian research organizations and their work to community organizations and parents, who in turn shared their own expertise.  

NeuroDevNet's Neuroethics Core hosted the community gathering at the Child and Family Research Insitute, drawing a small crowd of parents, community organizations, and trainees. 

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14
May

NeuroDevNet is pleased, in partnership with @BrainCanada and Academic Institutions across the country, to announce a training‬ award competition for graduate studentships and post-doctoral fellows in any area of the developmental neurosciences.

Awards for PhD students will be valued at up to $30,000 per year for a maximum funding term of two years, and postdoctoral fellowships valued at up to $50,000 per year for a maximum funding term of two years. All awards include an additional $5,000 per year career development supplement.

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