Neural Basis of Stress, Fear and Anxiety
Conference | Workshop
- Start: Apr 12, 2018
- End: Apr 16, 2018
- Location: School of Medicine, University of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto - SP, Brazil
- Host: Dr. Francisco S. Guimarães, Dr. Carsten T. Wotjak
More specifically, German researchers will contribute to Brazilian groups with know-how of cutting-edge techniques and advances still not fully implemented in Brazil; and Brazilian researchers will contribute to German groups with their expertise in more naturalistic experimental settings for behavioral research, and strong background on pharmacology. Besides, talented young researchers from both states will have the opportunity to learn about different methods and perspectives, and think of new creative ways of developing their own research projects. Also, cross-country internships for training and exchange of post-docs will be encouraged after the connections are made.
Who can participate?
Early career researchers, or PhD students about to defend thesis, working on research institutions of the Free State of Bavaria or of the State of São Paulo, to be selected based on their application documents.
a. Early career researchers must have a PhD, obtained less than 10 years prior to the workshop.
b. PhD students must have their thesis defense scheduled for no more than 12 months after the start of the workshop.
All candidates selected to participate in the workshop will have travel and accommodation costs covered by the organizers!
(Flights should be booked by the participants upon communication of successful application and will be reimbursed by the organizers after the meeting)
How to apply?
The interested candidates should send the following documents by email*:
- Letter of recommendation (max. 1 page) (preferably written by the current supervisor), stating the strengths of the candidate and the possible benefits from the participation on the workshop;
- Candidate’s brief scientific CV (max. 1 page);
- Letter of motivation (max. 1 page), highlighting the possible benefits of participating in the workshop and future career plans;
- Short description (max. 2 pages) of own research project.
- PhD students must send a document of their institution or of their PhD supervisor stating that they are about to finalize their thesis within maximum 12 months after the start of the workshop.