SSFN is a Society that represents neuroscience research in Sweden
The purpose of the Society is to:
• advance the understanding of the normal function and development of the nervous system, and the diseases of the nervous system
• promote exchange between all the different disciplines of neuroscience
• promote education in neuroscience
• promote exchange and collaboration between researchers in Swedish and international neuroscience
SSFN is a full member of the Federation of Europe- an Neuroscience Societies (FENS). SSFN attends FENS Council meetings where issues for developing the neuroscience community are handled.
If you are a member of SSFN, you are also automatically a member of FENS, and have benefits:
• reduced registration rates and abstract slot sub-missions for meetings (FENS, SfN)
• travel grants, job market, free online access to the European Journal of Neuroscience and Neuronline platform
- 2 x Postdoctoral position at Umeå UniversityPostdoctoral position in Integrative Neurophysiology – with a focus on physiological recordings of brain activity in freely moving animals We are announcing a two-year full-time postdoc position in Integrative Neurophysiology at the Department of Medical and Translational Biology at Umeå University, Sweden. For two years from April 1st 2024. Application deadline is 10 March 2024.… Read more: 2 x Postdoctoral position at Umeå University
- Recordings added to archive pageThe first SSFN webinar 2024 recording has now been added to the archive page: Archive
- New Publication: Architecture of the subthalamic nucleusAuthors:Asheeta A. Prasad & Åsa Wallén-Mackenzie Abstract:The subthalamic nucleus (STN) is a major neuromodulation target for the alleviation of neurological and neuropsychiatric symptoms using deep brain stimulation (DBS). STN-DBS is today applied as treatment in Parkinson´s disease, dystonia, essential tremor, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). STN-DBS also shows promise as a treatment for refractory Tourette syndrome. However, the… Read more: New Publication: Architecture of the subthalamic nucleus
Speaker: Prof. Håkan Olausson, Linköping University. Title: Slow touch and fast pain fibres; their roles in pleasure and pain ...
Speaker: Prof. Lars Nyberg, Umeå University. “Identification and characterization of superagers in the Betula project” ...
Speaker: Prof. Marcela Pekna, Göteborg University Prof. Milos Pekny, Göteborg University ...
Speaker: Prof. Tatiana Deliagina, Karolinska Institutet. ...