Feb. 21, 2020

University of Bern, Department of Physiology
Buehlplatz 5
Bern 3012
Switzerland


Description

2nd Swiss Early-career Researchers Symposium

 

Preliminary program

9:00–9:15         Opening remarks by SSN and ySSN representatives

9:15–10:15       Keynote lecture: Dr. Marcus Stephenson-Jones, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, London, UK

"Involvement of ventral pallidal neurons in reward seeking and punishment avoidance”

10:15–10:45    Breakfast break

10:45–12:15    Presentations by early-career researchers

12:15-12:25    Max Bautista Perpinyà (Journal of Trial and Error)

12:30–14:00    Lunch break and first poster session

14:00–15:30    Presentations by early-career researchers

16:30–17:00    Coffee break and second poster session

17:00–17:15    Awards and final remarks

17:15–open     Panel discussion (moderated by Maria Sol Fustinana Gueler)

                        Followed by an apéro and discussions 


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Speaker: Dr. Marcus Stephenson-Jones
Speaker Dr. Marcus Stephenson-Jones

Keynote lecture: Dr. Marcus Stephenson-Jones, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, London, UK


"Involvement of ventral pallidal neurons in reward seeking and punishment avoidance


Speaker: Max Bautista Perpinyà
Speaker Max Bautista Perpinyà
Special topic: Max Bautista Perpinyà, Master's Student, University of Utrecht, Netherlands "What if we rethink what a scientific result actually is? What if we shift our focus from spectacular and groundbreaking discoveries to the day to day reality of trying and erring? The Journal of Trial and Error came as ...

Special topic: Max Bautista Perpinyà, Master's Student, University of Utrecht, Netherlands


"What if we rethink what a scientific result actually is? What if we shift our focus from spectacular and groundbreaking discoveries to the day to day reality of trying and erring? The Journal of Trial and Error came as an idea to contribute constructively to the sciences and the humanities. JOTE presents itself as a conversation starter. In this session, we want to provide a historical and philosophical context on publishing ‘failed research’, and like to discuss with the audience in which way we can improve science. Together."

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Date and Time

Fri, Feb. 21, 2020

9 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.
(GMT+0200) Europe/Zurich

Location

University of Bern, Department of Physiology

Buehlplatz 5
Bern 3012
Switzerland


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University of Bern, Department of Physiology

Buehlplatz 5
Bern 3012
Switzerland