Mark your calendar for ICN 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal!
The ISN bestows a number of awards and prizes to recognize important contributions of its members to Neuroethology.
Learn about professional opportunities in the field of Neuroethology!
The International Society of Neuroethology has announced the recipients of several prestigious awards for 2019. Congratulations to:
Dominic Evans, University College London, UK
HEILIGENBERG TRAVEL AWARDS
Shubham Rathore, University of Cincinnati, USA
Lucas Weiss, University of Giessen, Germany
KONISHI RESEARCH AWARDS
Torben Stemme, Ulm University, Germany
Fernanda Duque, Georgia State University, USA
Angeles Salles, Johns Hopkins University, USA
The ISN is committed to promoting education in Neuroethology at the Undergraduate, Graduate, and Post-graduate levels. To this aim, we sponsor courses in Neuroethology, provide essays on topics in Neuroethology, and share educational content.