NeuroCure at the SfN
This year’s Society for Neuroscience Meeting was another great success. Thank you to everyone who stopped by to visit our booth Neuroscience in Germany.
In addition to provide information about our programs, the joint booth was also a platform to exchange research and job interests The booth partners represented:
A Network of German Neurocenters,
the German Graduate Schools for Neuroscience,
the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience and
the Max Planck Society.
Booth: Neuroscience in Germany
By joining forces, the booth became a one-stop-shop to Germany with a wide selection of offerings ranging from doctoral programs, short-term stays and funding opportunities for international cooperation to visiting professor positions, graduate programs and open job positions. All in all, the representatives at the booth met with almost 600 visitors in four days, a sign that interest in Germany remains high.
All in all, Neuroscience 2018 brought together:
- 28,691 attendees from 73 countries
- 539 exhibiting companies
- 13,571 abstract presentations
- 1,021 sessions
We look forward to seeing you at Neuroscience 2019 in Chicago (October 19–23)!