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APRIL 23–26 • 2022

Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Travel Fellowships

Congratulations to the awardees of the inaugural Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Travel Fellowship!

 

Southeast Asia & Oceania

“Feeling touch and seeing someone touched can recruit overlapping neural representations: evidence from multivariate decoding of EEG data”

Sophie Smit, Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

 

South Asia

“Effect of Agenesis and damage of Corpus Callosum on Visual Memory”

Prerna Dash, Department of Human Development and Childhood Studies, Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi  

 

Africa & West Asia

“The effects of divided attention on long-term memory retrieval”

Nursima Ünver, Psychology Department, Sabanci University, İstanbul, Türkiye

 

Western Hemisphere (excluding US and Canada)

“High-performance athletes in combat sports: understanding the neural bases of aggression”

Eduardo Gonzalez-Alemany, Department of Cognitive and Social Neurosciences, Center for Neurosciences of Cuba, La Habana, Cuba

 


What is the JoCN Travel Fellowship

The annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society typically enjoys robust attendance from individuals from institutions based in the US and Canada, Europe, and Northeast Asia. To help promote geographic diversity in our science,  the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience has teamed up with CNS to create the JoCN Travel Fellowship, which provides a travel stipend of $3000, plus waived conference registration and waived poster submission fee, to one trainee from each of four regions that have been underrepresented at the CNS conference: Oceania and Southeast Asia; South Asia; Africa; and Western Hemisphere (minus US and Canada).

How to apply

To apply, applicants must visit JoCN Travel Fellowship Poster submission and enter information about the poster that they would present at CNS 2022 if are awarded this fellowship.

Additionally, the applicant’s primary research mentor must send a brief letter by email to JoCNtravelfellowship@gmail.com. This letter should not exceed 300 words in length, and should 1) include a statement confirming that without this fellowship the applicant would be unable to travel to CNS 2022, and 2) summarize how this opportunity would help advance the applicant’s scientific aspirations.

JoCN Travel Fellowship Poster Submission Deadline: 1/31/22 - CLOSED -

 


FAQ about JoCN Travel Fellowship

Can I use the Poster Submission button to submit the Fellowship Poster Abstract?

No, the Fellowship Poster abstract has to be submitted through the fellowship Poster link. Otherwise, you will have to pay a poster fee along with membership fees. If you are looking for the standard CNS Poster Submission, you should click here to submit it.

Do we have to pay anything when we submit?

No, all fees for are waived if you are submitting as part of your application for the JoCN Travel Fellowship Award.

Help! I intended to apply for the JoCN Travel Fellowship Award, but I mistakenly submitted via CNS Poster Submission; how can I fix this?

Contact submissions@cogneurosociety.org, and they can help you through the steps to submit in the correct portal.

 

JoCN Travel Fellowship Poster Submission Deadline: 1/31/22 - CLOSED -