IICN / Sanofi Aventis Travel Award in Clinical Neuroscience

The Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience in association with Sanofi-Aventis, invites applications annually for the  IICN/Sanofi-Aventis Travel Award in Clinical Neuroscience. This award provides an opportunity for clinical neuroscientists to travel to a recognised centre of excellence in order to supplement clinical and academic training. It is anticipated that expertise acquired by the recipient will enhance the knowledge base of the speciality of neuroscience in Ireland.  

Call for applications for 2010 IICN / Sanofi Aventis Travel Award

Applications are invited for the 2010 IICN / Sanofi Aventis Travel Award in Neuroscience. To download an application form and grant conditions please click the link to follow
Travel Grant application.
The closing date for submission of applications is January 31st 2011.

Previous Travel Grant Awards

                                                  
                                                       IICN / Sanofi Aventis Travel Grant Awards in Neuroscience
Year
                                                                      Project Title
Award Winner
2004
  1. IGBMC Research Laboratories in Strasbourg, France, to learn procedures and techniques required to carry out linkage studies on Irish families with Ataxia.
  2. Pharmacogenomics of anti-convulsant drugs.
  1. Dr. Elijah Chola Chaila
  2. Dr. Peter Kinirons
2005 The search for an endophenotypic marker of schizophrenia: High-density electrophysiological studies Dr. Sheryl Yeap
2006
  1. Novel Candidate Regions for Sporadic Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis – A Pilot Genome-Wide Association Study
  2.  Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress as a component of oligodendrocyte death during Multiple Sclerosis
  1. Dr. Simon Cronin
  2. Dr. Aoife Ni Mhaille
2007
  1. Threshold Tracking/Nerve excitability testing in acquired peripheral neuropathies.
  2. Clinical Fellowship in Stereotactic & Functional Neurosurgery at the Centre for Image-Guided Neurosurgery at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
  1. Dr. John McHugh
  2. Dr. Thomas Flannery
2008 Multimodal assesment in Transient Ischaemic Attacks and predicting Stroke recurrence. Dr. Aine Merwick
2009 Clinical Research Fellowship in Movement Disorders under the supervision of Professor Andrew Lees at the Institute of Neurology in Queen Square, London. More Dr. Karen Doherty.

 


 

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