European Journal of Neuroscience

Cover image for Vol. 40 Issue 8

Edited By: Jean-Marc Fritschy and Martin Sarter

Online ISSN: 1460-9568

Society Information


FENS and EJN

EJN is published on behalf of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, FENS. FENS was established in 1998 to advance research and education in the field of neurosciences in Europe. Most national European neuroscience societies and several monodisciplinary societies representing major research fields in neuroscience are members of FENS. Major activities organized by FENS include the biennial meeting (“FENS Forum”) and the Neuroscience Schools that take place across Europe (in collaboration with IBRO). Furthermore, FENS participates in the European Brain Council and employs numerous additional mechanisms to promote neuroscience research and education. FENS, EJN and Wiley (co-owner of EJN) collaborate to support several research awards (below) and educational activities, thereby returning proceeds generated by EJN to the neuroscience community. EJN is free online to all the members of FENS societies (contact bakhodir.gosset@fens.org for assistance).


The FENS EJN Award

EJN Award 2016


The FENS EJN Award is given in recognition of outstanding scientific work in any area of neuroscience. Candidates should be nominated by a FENS member (no self application) and must be either working in a European institute or be of European origin if working abroad. The award is a personal prize of £10,000, sponsored by Wiley (publisher of EJN). This prize is awarded once every two years and is presented to the recipient at the occasion of the FENS forum of Neuroscience. Next deadline for nominations: December 22, 2014. For more details, please visit http://www.fens.org/About-Neuroscience/Awards/FENS-Awards/

The FENS EJN Young Investigator Prize

EJN Young Investigator


The FENS EJN Young Investigator Prize is a biennial prize given in recognition of outstanding scientific work in any area of neuroscience to a researcher under 35 years of age at the time of nomination. Candidates must either be working in a European research institution or be of European origin if working outside of Europe. Individuals may apply themselves or be nominated by a FENS member. The award is a personal prize of £7,000, sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell (publishers of EJN). Next deadline for nominations: February 16, 2015. For more details, please visit http://www.fens.org/About-Neuroscience/Awards/FENS-Awards/

The EJN Best Publication Award

EJN Best Publication Award


The Best Publication is selected from research articles accepted or published in EJN over the preceding two-year period. Nominations are accepted from the readership of EJN, including from any author on behalf of the first author of an original article. This biennial award is given to the first author(s) of the selected article (a personal award of 3,000 £). Next deadline for nominations: March 2, 2015. For more details, please visit http://www.fens.org/About-Neuroscience/Awards/FENS-Awards/

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