Neuroscience is one of the fastest-growing disciplines, which has reached unprecedented size and diversity. Given the interdisciplinary nature of neuroscience, interaction between different sub-disciplines is a key to advance the field.
ENCODS 2019 aimed to offer a unique platform for early-career neuroscientists from different backgrounds to interact with both international renowned scientists and fellow students. We believed that bringing together neuroscientists around the world would foster discussions, collaborations, and prepare early-career researchers to embrace future opportunities and challenges. ENCODS 2019 featured talks by world-leading neuroscientists, workshops on transferable skills, PhD talks, poster sessions, and career talks.
Application closed on 15 March 2019
The main target participants were PhD students in neuroscience-related disciplines from around the world, although people with strong interests in neuroscience from other early-career stages were also encouraged to apply. We strongly encouraged students from underrepresented backgrounds to apply, and offered travel grants and fee waivers for those in need.
The event took place at The Francis Crick Institute, London, United Kingdom on 24th-25th June 2019.
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