Women in Neuroscience – we encourage you to join!

Women in Neuroscience - 10% off

We want to encourage Women in Neuroscience to make their names stand out!

That is why we are offering 10% discount for two-day Methods in mobile EEG conference.

The price covers all the scientific programs and social events during the Conference days, and if you use it by May 1st, you will get the discounted Early Bird offer.

All the Women in Neuroscience can use the promo code wmninSTEM and get 10% off the advertised prices.

What’s included in the price?

  • Access to full scientific program and keynote lectures
  • Access to product demos
  • Conference Opening & cocktail open bar
  • Tea & coffee breaks
  • Lunch on both Conference days
  • Dinners & Social events (2 days)
  • All the conference materials

promo code

 

Buy your tickets, use the code wmninSTEM to get 10% off, and secure your spot at the Methods in Mobile EEG conference, September 14-15, 2023 in Belgrade, Serbia.

Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with other like-minded professionals, discover the latest methods in mobile EEG, and share your own insights with the community.

How the code works:

– Go to the Conference Eventbrite ticketing service

– Enter your 10% off code at the check out!

 

 

Women in the mbt Conference 2.0 scientific program

We are pleased to have two female speakers and a number of female neuroscientists participating in the panel discussions this year.

The final program is still in preparations, and we encourage you to reach out to us if you are interested in presenting your work in our program.

Who are the female speakers this year?

 

Agatha Lenartowicz, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, the Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA

with expertise in cognitive neuroscience of attention and its deficits, as well as multimodal imaging including EEG, fMRI, their combination and mobile approaches to attention tracking.

 

 

 

 

 

Anna Bánki is a doctoral student in developmental psychology

at the University of Vienna, Austria.

Her research investigates how infants’ visual attention and perception are shaped by early social interactions. She is applying mobile EEG combined with rhythmic visual stimulation during naturalistic infant-caregiver interactions.

 

 

 

With your help and more empowered female neuroscientists – we hope to have even more names on our speakers list!

 

GET YOUR TICKET NOW and join us in Belgrade, the vibrant heart of Serbia!

If you still need some more convincing, we recommend you reading our post on Why visit our Methods in mobile EEG Conference?

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