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Member survey

13 Jun 2018

Thanks to all members who completed the survey that was sent around recently, we had a great response and some really constructive feedback to work on. 

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RegPep2018 Sep 22nd-25th 2018

14 May 2018

The 22nd International Symposium on Regulatory Peptides takes place between 22nd-25th September 2018 at Acapulco Diamante, Mexico.

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New Outreach grant

4 Apr 2018

The BSN is now offering a Public Engagement and Outreach grant to eligible members, a fantastic way to broaden knowledge of neuroendocrinology! Go to the Grants and Funding page for more information.

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Chronobiology special issue

4 Apr 2018

Royal Society Publishing has recently published a special issue of Philosophical Transactions B entitled "Wild clocks: Integrating Chronobiology and Ecology to Understand Timekeeping in Free-Living Animals"

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More news coming soon!

4 Apr 2018

More articles will appear as we populate the new website. In the meantime if you have any career opportunities, conferences or anything else neuroendocrine related to advertise please get in touch!

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ICN 2018 in Toronto

2 Feb 2018

We invite you to the 9th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology (ICN) on the 15th - 18th July 2018 in Toronto, Canada. BSN members are entitled to free registration and additional £500 for travel.

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Biodynamics 2018

2 Feb 2018

Join us for BioDynamics 2018 at the beautifully located Royal College of Physicians, Regents Park, London. Showcasing the very best cross-disciplinary research on dynamic phenomena. Abstract deadline is 28 February 2018.

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Is love possible without Kiss1-es?

1 Feb 2015

The hypothalamic kisspeptins and their receptors are potent regulators of the gonadotropic axis through the control of GnRH neuronal activity. But there is another population of kisspeptin neurons in the amygdala, a brain area that integrates odour, visual and auditory information, and which has a key role in social behaviours.

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The Alison Douglas Summer School

1 Aug 2013

The first Alison Douglas Summer School for Early Career Researchers was held in Germany in July 2013. The Summer School consisted of a series of interactive science-based teaching workshops on the food, energy balance, obesity and feeding theme, and their associated group-based tasks, as well as more generic workshops.

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