Registration and abstract submission open for Aberdeen 2024!
We are delighted to announce that registration and abstract submission for Aberdeen 2024 are now open! Join us in Aberdeen, UK, for the 2024 BSN Annual Meeting from 30 June-3 July 2024. The meeting will highlight the latest neuroendocrinology research with a strong focus on our early-career researchers.
Register and submit your abstract: https://my.neuroendo.org.uk/item.php?eventid=1020 (you must be a BSN member and be signed in to mySociety)
Apply for the ECR Travel Grant: https://www.neuroendo.org.uk/page.php?item_name=Grants+Panel
Apply for the Julia Buckingham Award: https://www.neuroendo.org.uk/page.php?item_name=+Julia+Buckingham+Award
Apply for the Michael Harbuz Prize: https://www.neuroendo.org.uk/page.php?item_name=Michael+Harbuz+Prize+for+Young+Investigators
Deadline for all: 1 March 2024
The city of Aberdeen sits on the north-east coast of Scotland and is famous for its sparkling granite buildings and monuments, the central beach and dolphins. Aberdeen is a wonderful city from which to explore the beautiful north-east of Scotland with day trips taking you to harbour towns, beaches and plenty of history. Also, being in the North of the UK in the summertime, you get the added bonus of 18 hours of daylight to enjoy!
Programme coming soon.
More details on travel on our event app
App: Download the ‘Superevent app’ and type in “BSN Annual Meeting”
About our unique venue
Our BSN Annual Meeting venue will take place in the centre of Aberdeen at Union Kirk, a former church turned event venue. Housed in a grade B listed building, Union Kirk retains many of the original features including stained-glass windows, vaulted ceiling, and intricate cornicing.
Union Kirk website: https://www.unionkirk.com/
Coming from further afield? Make it a bumper trip
If you're coming to Europe from further afield make it a bumper trip starting with Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) Forum 2024 in Vienna and, two days later, the BSN Annual Meeting in Aberdeen.
We are delighted to announce applications are open for our two ECR prizes:
- Julia Buckingham Award - in honour of Julia Buckingham, this prize recognises the achievement and potential of an up-and-coming scientist within the BSN (up to 1 year following completion of PhD) at the BSN annual meetings.
Apply by 1 March 2024: https://www.neuroendo.org.uk/page.php?item_name=+Julia+Buckingham+Award
- Michael Harbuz Prize for Early Career Researchers – in memory of Dr Michael Harbuz, this prize recognises an outstanding member of the emerging generation of neuroendocrinologists (within 10 years of PhD completion) at the BSN annual meetings.
Apply by 1 March 2024: https://www.neuroendo.org.uk/page.php?item_name=Michael+Harbuz+Prize+for+Young+Investigators
ECR Travel Grant
Apply for up to £150 (UK) - £400 (non-UK) - to support travel to the BSN Annual Meeting for Postgraduate students and post-doctoral research fellows within 10 years of gaining their PhD.
Don’t forget to register and submit your abstract by 1 March 2024:
https://my.neuroendo.org.uk/item.php?eventid=1020 (you must be a BSN member and be signed in to mySociety)
We look forward to welcoming you to north-east Scotland soon.