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Prorrogado o Envio de Resumo para a SBNeC 2018

Prezados Neurocientistas,

O prazo para envio de resumos foi prorrogado para o dia 02 de julho até as 12:00 hrs.

A XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC 2018 ocorrerá no Mendes Convention Center, em Santos, SP, entre os dias 22 a 25 de agosto de 2018.

Mais detalhes da SBNeC 2018, visite o site: http://sbnec.org.br/site/

Secretaria da SBNeC

 

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Deadline para Submissão de Resumos – SBNeC 2018

Prezados Neurocientistas,

O prazo para submissão de resumos para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC está se aproximando e queremos convidá-los, mais uma vez, a fazerem sua submissão. O programa está incrível, recheado de eminentes neurocientistas Brasileiros e estrangeiros. Mas o sucesso dessa reunião só poderá estar garantido com vossa presença. Não fiquem fora dessa! Não percam essa oportunidade! Juntem-se a nós e curtam o que preparamos para vocês!

Saudações Neurocientíficas

Link para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC

Diretoria da SBNeC

 

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Confira os Cursos Gratuitos na SBNeC 2018

Confira os Cursos Gratuitos oferecidos durante a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC 2018.

22 a 25 de agosto, no Mendes Convention, em Santos, SP.

Para detalhes acesse o link: http://sbnec.com.br/site/texto.php?id_texto=19

 

CURSOS

1. A abolição do valor de p: a hora e a vez de uma “nova estatística”?
Proponente: Marcus Vinícius Chrysóstomo Baldo (USP)

2. A Inflamação na patogênese de doenças neurodegenerativas
Proponente: Josiane Budni (UNESC)

3. Adequação de modelos animais para o estudo de transtornos do humor aos critérios da iniciativa RDoC (pesquisa em critérios de domínios)
Proponente: Danielle Silveira Macêdo (UFC)

4. Aspectos comportamentais e neurobiológicos da dependência de drogas de abuso
Proponente: Fabio Cardoso Cruz (USP)

5. Como é a optogenética na prática? Exemplos de aplicações em diferentes campos das Neurociências.
Proponente: Cleiton Lopes Aguiar (UFMG)

6. Introdução ao Estudo do Comportamento
Proponente: Amauri Gouveia Jr. (UFPA)

7. Introdução à Neurociência Computacional
Proponente: Antônio Carlos Roque da Silva Filho (FFCLRP)

8. Neuroética ‐ uso responsável das tecnologias emergentes
Proponente: Marisa Russo Lecointre (UNIFESP)

9. Problemas do cotidiano das Neurociências: ênfase em comportamento animal
Proponente: Giordano Gubert Viola (IFRN)

10. Relação Cérebro/Mente ‐ vivências e interfaces com a aprendizagem
Proponente: Clezio José dos Santos Gonçalves (UFRGS)

11. Ritmos Circadianos: Uma abordagem anatomofuncional
Proponente: Jeferson de Souza Cavalcante (UFRN)

12. Neurofarmacologia Experimental
Proponente: Karen Renata Matos Oliveira (UFPA)

13. Introdução ao Gerenciamento Digital de dados de Experimentos
Proponente: Claudia Domingues Vargas (UFRJ)

 

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Descontos de até 30% para Inscrição em Grupo na SBNeC 2018

Prezados Discentes,

A SBNeC está concedendo descontos de até 30 % para inscrições em grupo até o dia 15 de junho de 2018.

Atenção: Desconto válido somente para os grupos formados por discentes (graduação e pós-graduação) e residentes fora do Estado de São Paulo.

NORMAS PARA INSCRIÇÃO EM GRUPO

Obs.1. Os grupos só poderão ser formados por discentes (graduação e pós-graduação) e residentes em regiões fora do Estado de São Paulo;
Obs.2. A inscrição dos grupos deverá ser realizada até o dia 15 de junho de 2018;
Obs.3. Os grupos deverão ser apresentados por um responsável (Discente ou Docente) sócio da SBNeC por meio de formulário devidamente preenchido e enviado à secretaria da SBNeC até a data limite de inscrição;
Obs.4. Os componentes de cada grupo deverão fazer seu cadastro normalmente no site do evento (ATÉ ESTE PASSO NÃO É NECESSÁRIO FAZER O PAGAMENTO DA INSCRIÇÃO). O boleto para o pagamento das inscrições com o devido desconto será enviado ao representante de cada grupo e após a confirmação de pagamento as inscrições dos discentes no evento serão homologadas.
Obs.5. O envio do formulário deve ser enviado conforme descrito abaixo para o e-mail da Secretaria da SBNeC: sbnec@sbnec.org.br

Grupo A – (de 10 a 19 pessoas) 20% de desconto no valor total; Formulário Clique Aqui
Grupo B – (20 a 29 pessoas) 25% de desconto no valor total; Formulário Clique Aqui
Grupo C – (30 a 40 pessoas) 30% de desconto no valor total; Formulário Clique Aqui

Obs.6. É obrigatório que todos os componentes dos grupos estejam associados à SBNeC em 2018.

Mais informações clique aqui

Secretaria da SBNeC

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STARTPSI – Congresso Brasileiro de Inovação em Avaliação Psicológica, Neurociências e Interdisciplinaridades

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International Symposium NEWroscience 2018

Upcoming September the Neurophysiology and Experimental Neuroethology Laboratory (LNNE) at the Ribeirão Preto School of Medicine – University of São Paulo, will promote the “International Symposium NEWroscience 2018. Looking for Epilepsy Cure Along Centuries and Across Cultures – From Demons and Blessings to Brain Complex Networks and DNA Editing”

To be held in Ribeirão Preto from September 18th to 21st this will also be part of the Celebration of the LNNE’s 30th Anniversary.

We are gathering at the NEWroscience 2018 a quite unique team of Invited Speakers from all continents of the world to discuss challenges and perspectives for epilepsy research, epilepsy, comorbities and psychiatric comorbidities, complex systems, etc.

To enrich the event we strongly encourage the participation of all Clinical and Basic Neuroscientists, Clinical Neurologists, Neuropsychiatrists, Psychologists, Molecular Biologists, Physical Therapists, Physicists, Biomedical Engineers, Plastic Artists, and anybody interested academically, artistically or socially in this challenging and integrative meeting.

The lectures will be published as Review Articles in a Special Issue of Epilepsy & Behavior with the Guest Editorship of Dr. Norberto Garcia-Cairasco, Marcio F. Dutra Moraes and Rodrigo N. Romcy-Pereira and Dr. Steven C. Schachter (Editor in-Chief). Moreover, we strongly encourage the participation of Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Post-Docs and all interested researchers with submission of Abstracts to be presented as Posters. We will have three categories of Abstracts: Epilepsy Abstracts; Neuroscience Abstracts and Neuro-Arts Abstracts.

We are confident that this event will have a strong impact for the progress of Epilepsy Research and Comorbidities by promoting the discussion on how scientists have looked at their object of study over centuries and across cultures. Complex Systems demand complex ways of analysis and although almost impossible to be studied by this optic in the past, the growing computational power and the large amount of data generated over the decades, summed with intriguing minds and a lot of sweat will help us solving the puzzle of the Epilepsies and their Comorbidities.

This year’s event is a great avenue for creative thinking, linking Hard Science and Arts as another way to contribute to the recognized goals of the world epileptologists and the general population: to remove social stigmas taking epilepsy out of the shadows.

ON BEHALF OF THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE WE COUNT ON YOUR PARTICIPATION!

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Programa Preliminar SBNeC 2018


 

NÃO DEIXE PARA ÚLTIMA HORA , FAÇA LOGO SUA INSCRIÇÃO NO SITE DO EVENTO PAGANDO UM MENOR PREÇO: http://sbnec.com.br/site/texto.php?id_texto=19

 

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CONFERÊNCIAS INTERNACIONAIS CONFIRMADAS NA XLI REUNIÃO DA SBNeC – 22 a 25 de Agosto de 2018 – Santos-SP

 

  • “The developmental origins of chronic physical aggression: An intergenerational bio-psycho-social perspective”  by Richard E. Tremblay (University of Montreal- Canada)

 

  • “Caregiver Presence Modifies Neural Networks Processing of Trauma in Infancy”  by  Regina M. Sullivan (NYU School of Medicine)

 

  • “Understanding plasticity in neurons via regulation of ion channels, from the molecule to behavior: when dogma and discovery collide” by Mark S. Shapiro (University of Texas Health San Antonio)

 

  • “Studying multi-generational imprints of stress using olfaction” by Brian Dias (Emory University-EUA)

 

  • “Exposición a experiencias adversas de infancia y cambios en el procesamiento emocional en la adolescência” por Luis Fernando Cardenas Parra (Universidad de los Andes-Colombia)

 

  • “Should I stay, should I go: role of basal ganglia in control of drug addiction” by Cristina Gremel (UC San Diego)

 

  • “Studying neural mechanisms of stress vulnerability and resilience in a novel animal model of PTSD” by Gal RichterLevin (University of Haifa)

NÃO DEIXE PARA ÚLTIMA HORA , FAÇA LOGO SUA INSCRIÇÃO NO SITE DO EVENTO PAGANDO UM MENOR PREÇO: http://sbnec.com.br/site/texto.php?id_texto=19

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II Curso de Férias: Neurociência e Cognição

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Estão Abertas as Inscrições para o Envio de Resumos para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC

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Lançamento Oficial da VII Semana Nacional do Cérebro

A Diretoria da Sociedade Brasileira de Neurociências e Comportamento (SBNeC) tem o prazer de lançar oficialmente a VII Semana Nacional do Cérebro. A cada ano, no mês de Março,  é lançada uma campanha global para divulgar os benefícios dos estudos do cérebro, sendo o evento coordenado pela Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives e a European Dana Alliance for the Brain. Em 2018, a mobilização ocorrerá entre 12 e 18 de Março com o tema “A Educação Transforma”. Assim, convocamos Universidades, Hospitais e outras Instituições brasileiras a unirem-se nesta semana para popularizar conhecimentos em neurociências no país. A SBNeC chancelará e divulgará os eventos que forem cadastrados em dois sites: SBNeC e DANA Foundation.

Cadastre sua atividade e colabore com a divulgação das Neurociências em todo país!

Cordialmente,

Anderson Herculano

Presidente da SBNeC

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Oportunidades para Programas IBRO/LARC

Acesse a página da IBRO/LARC e não perca as oportunidades

 

http://ibro.info/events/applications-open-for-ibro-larc-funding-programs-2018-july-december/

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Workshop em Neurociência Organizacional

Acesse o link para saber mais e se inscrever

www.neurocognoforhr.eventize.com.br

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Prorrogado o Envio de Proposta de Atividade – SBNeC 2018

Prezado Membro da SBNeC,

Foi prorrogado para 2 de março de 2018 o prazo de envio de propostas de atividades para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC.

Link: http://www.sigassociados.com.br/sbnec/proposta/

A XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC ocorrerá de 22 a 25 de Agosto de 2018 em Santos-SP.

Secretaria SBNeC

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Deadline – Proposta de Atividade para SBNeC 2018

Prezado Membro da SBNeC,

Faltam apenas 2 dias para o deadline do envio de propostas de atividades para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC 2018, não deixe para última hora!

Link: http://www.sigassociados.com.br/sbnec/proposta/

A XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC ocorrerá de 22 a 25 de Agosto de 2018 em Santos-SP.

Abraços Neurocientíficos

Anderson Herculano
Presidente da SBNeC

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Envio de Proposta de Atividade para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC 2018

Prezados Associados,

Lembrando que o deadline para envio de propostas de atividades é 23/02/2018não deixe para última hora!  

Link: http://www.sigassociados.com.br/sbnec/proposta/

A XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC ocorrerá de 22 a 25 de Agosto de 2018 em Santos-SP.

Palestrantes confirmados:

 

Roberto Lent Holds a degree in Medicine from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1972), a master’s degree in Biological Sciences (Biophysics) from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1973), a PhD in Biological Sciences (Biophysics) from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1978), and post doctorate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1979-82). Full Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and former director of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (2007-2014). Full member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, president of the Deliberative Council of the Instituto Ciência Hoje and Coordinator of the National Network of Science for Education. Head of the Laboratory of Neuroplasticity of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences. Works in the Morphology area, with emphasis on Neuroembriology, and develops as lines of research: development and plasticity of the cortex and cerebral commissures, quantification of brain structures of different species, and studies of the human cerebral cortex. Also works in Scientific divulgation for adults and children, with published books for both.

 

Regina M. Sullivan  is a Developmental Behavioral Neuroscientist researching the neurobiology of infant attachment to the caregiver to determine the neural mechanisms for the enduring mental health effects of abuse and trauma in early life. Her research has highlighted how the infant brain functions differently from the adult brain, as well as the critical role of the caregiver in modifying how the young brain responds to trauma. She received her doctoral training was with The City University of New York and post-doctoral training at Duke University and The University of California. Dr. Sullivan innovative research has been continuously funded by the National Institute of Health for over two decades, and also supported by numerous foundations and other granting agencies. She also has notable service to other foundation and institutes including Sackler Developmental Psychobiology, The Child Mind Foundation, The Early Experience, Stress & Neurobehavioral Develop Center, and Center for Brain, Gene & Behavioral Research Across Development. She has served as President for The International Society for Developmental Psychobiology and The Society for Neuroscience.

 

Richard E. Tremblay is Emeritus professor of Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Psychology at the University of Montreal, and professor of child development at University College Dublin. Since the early 1980s he has been conducting a program of longitudinal and experimental studies, focusing on the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development of children from conception onward to understand the development of psychosocial adjustment problems and their prevention. Director of the Centre of Excellence for Early Child Development, he is coordinator of the Marie Curie International Network on Early Childhood Health Development and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Professor Tremblay has published close to 400 scientific articles, and 80 book chapters. With the Montreal Longitudinal-Experimental Study he and his colleagues have shown that intensive interventions at school entry can change the long-term behavior trajectories of aggressive-hyperactive kindergarten boys. His recent work, showing that humans initiate the use of physical aggression during infancy, has led him to experiment with prevention programs for pregnant women at risk of failing to provide the environment needed for a child to learn alternatives to physical aggression.

 

Abraços Neurocientíficos

 

Anderson Herculano
Presidente da SBNeC

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SBNeC 2018 em Santos

 

 

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São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Social and Affective Neuroscience (SPSAN)

Welcome

We are excited to announce the São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Social and Affective Neuroscience (SPSAN), which  is organised by the Social and Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at the Center for Health and Biological Sciences of Mackenzie Presbyterian University and funded by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) and its Sao Paulo School of Advanced Science program (grant no. 2017/17414-3).

The SPSAN will take place from August 20-31 2018 at Mackenzie Presbyterian University, Sao Paulo, Brazil. We are delighted to be able to offer this outstanding opportunity to eligible researchers with expenses like travel costs and accommodation covered thanks to FAPESP.

This event will present a unique opportunity for 100 selected undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as early career researchers (at Post-doc level) from all over the world to be part of 10 knowledge-enriching days of theoretical and practical learning. The aim is to deepen the understanding of social and affective neuroscience and learn more about how the current state of research can explain phenomena we experience in our daily lives as social beings. Please refer to the ‘Selection Criteria’ section if you are interested in participating to check for eligibility. Information on how to apply can be found under ‘Application’.

The SPSAN  will entail courses, talks, and hands-on activities delivered by national and international leading researchers from the field of Social and Affective Neuroscience, who will apply their expertise to explain aspects of social interaction from our daily life. Additionally, the attendees will conduct a small-scale study and present their projects in a poster sessions. More information on the scheduled activities can be found under ‘Programme’.

Not only will the SPSAN provide an excellent chance to the selected attendees to present and discuss their research and research interests and receive feedback from the expert scientists, but will also offer a networking opportunity with a prospect of creating lasting contacts to peers and experts from the field. The SPSAN can be considered a hub for cooperative learning, promoting rich and plentiful discussions, and potential new research collaborations.

We look forward to receiving your application and meeting you at SPSAN!

The Organising Committee

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XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC 2018

Prezados Associados,

Não se esqueçam de enviar sua proposta de atividade para a XLI Reunião Anual da SBNeC que ocorrerá de 22 a 25 de Agosto de 2018 em Santos-SP. Faltam menos de 30 dias (deadline 23/02/2018) para o encerramento do prazo de envio, não deixe para última hora!

Link: http://www.sigassociados.com.br/sbnec/proposta/

São presenças confirmadas em nosso encontro:

 

Regina M. Sullivan  is a Developmental Behavioral Neuroscientist researching the neurobiology of infant attachment to the caregiver to determine the neural mechanisms for the enduring mental health effects of abuse and trauma in early life. Her research has highlighted how the infant brain functions differently from the adult brain, as well as the critical role of the caregiver in modifying how the young brain responds to trauma. She received her doctoral training was with The City University of New York and post-doctoral training at Duke University and The University of California. Dr. Sullivan innovative research has been continuously funded by the National Institute of Health for over two decades, and also supported by numerous foundations and other granting agencies. She also has notable service to other foundation and institutes including Sackler Developmental Psychobiology, The Child Mind Foundation, The Early Experience, Stress & Neurobehavioral Develop Center, and Center for Brain, Gene & Behavioral Research Across Development. She has served as President for The International Society for Developmental Psychobiology and The Society for Neuroscience.

 

 

Richard E. Tremblay is Emeritus professor of Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Psychology at the University of Montreal, and professor of child development at University College Dublin. Since the early 1980s he has been conducting a program of longitudinal and experimental studies, focusing on the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development of children from conception onward to understand the development of psychosocial adjustment problems and their prevention. Director of the Centre of Excellence for Early Child Development, he is coordinator of the Marie Curie International Network on Early Childhood Health Development and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Professor Tremblay has published close to 400 scientific articles, and 80 book chapters. With the Montreal Longitudinal-Experimental Study he and his colleagues have shown that intensive interventions at school entry can change the long-term behavior trajectories of aggressive-hyperactive kindergarten boys. His recent work, showing that humans initiate the use of physical aggression during infancy, has led him to experiment with prevention programs for pregnant women at risk of failing to provide the environment needed for a child to learn alternatives to physical aggression.

 

Abraços Neurocientíficos

Anderson Herculano
Presidente da SBNeC

 

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Call for Proposals for the 2019 ISN-ASN Meeting, 4 – 8 August, 2019

Dear Members,

For the 2019 ISN-ASN Meeting in Montreal, 4 – 8 August 2019 we are pleased to invite you to submit your proposals for Symposia, Workshops, Young Investigator Colloquia, and Satellite Meetings between 2 January and 31 January 2018.

The submitting author must be an active ISN Member in good standing. If you are already ISN member, please be aware that you will have to actively renew your ISN membership for 2018 and that your annual ISN membership fee for 2018 (in the case that your membership fee is not waived for 2018 or already paid in advance) has to be received by ISN and your renewal has to be approved before you will have access to the electronic proposal forms.
If you are not an ISN member, please consider that the application process to become a new ISN member may take some time. Membership applications and renewals are usually approved rapidly by the ISN Secretariat, if all requested information is provided and the membership fee (if such a fee is requested) is received.

Confirmation of all proposed speakers listed in proposals for symposia and workshops is required. The application form has a built in feature to contact the proposed speakers and to ask for this confirmation. Please note that without confirmation by all proposed speakers, your proposal cannot be submitted. In order to obtain the confirmation of all speakers in time before the deadline (31 January), contact speakers now and start your application process early.

For further information please see the proposal guidelines

If you have any queries about organising a session or the scientific content, please contact us:

secretariat@neurochemistry.org

www.neurochemistry.org

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