Conferences and Student Retreat
We help you train your presentations skills and build interdisciplinary connections and collaborations
Doctoral students are required to present their data in a poster as well as give a talk at least once during their doctorate. Adequate locations to perform these presentations are appropriate international conferences in your field of studies, the annual Bonn Brain3 meeting, Sunposium , or the yearly BIGS Neuroscience Student Retreat.
A selection of Neuroscience conferences
- Society for Neuroscience (yearly)
- Gordon Research Conferences
- Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society
- FENS Forum of Neuroscience (in even years)
- FENS Regional Meeting (in odd years)
BIGS Neuroscience Student Symposium
BIGS Neuroscience performs an annual student symposium, which is a great opportunity for students to get feedback on their research, discover more about the different projects going on in Bonn and spark fiery scientific debates with other PhD students. In addition, its aim is to connect BIGS Neuroscience students with doctoral students from the IMPRS for Brain and Behavior program as well as students from the Master Neuroscience program in Bonn.
BIGS Neuroscience Student Retreat in 2019
BIGS Neuroscience student council in cooperation with the IMPRS for Brain and Behavior Student Representatives and the Master Neuroscience students organizes the annual student symposium. Questions regarding the next student symposium should be addressed to the BIGS Neuroscience Student Council (email: email@example.com). Further information on this year´s symposium will be posted here as soon as they are available.
Past Student Symposia
All former student symposia featured scientific talks and posters presentations by doctoral students, as well as key lectures given by international guest speakers. In the last two years,the poster-presenting students also performed a short “lightning” presentation of their poster, which served as an appetizer for their poster presentations during the poster sessions.