EPNA 2019 Award ceremony at FENS 2020 Virtual Forum | July 14th 2020
The applicant is the primary contributor to the design and execution of this work that revealed CPEB4 as a new node in ASD gene expression. It represents a significant advance in the understanding of ASD etiology and for development of novel therapies.
The special lecture ERA NET NEURON Excellent Paper in Neuroscience was presented online in the first virtual FENS Forum 2020.
The special lecture and award ceremony were opened by Dr. Marlies Dorlöchter, the coordinator of ERA-NET NEURON. She provided a short overview of the NEURON network activities and opportunities for Early Career Researchers. Next, Dr. Erkki Raulo, the Finnish initiator of the NEURON EPNA award program introduced the EPNA format as a continuous highlight to honor outstanding research achievements by Early Career Researchers and introduced the special lecture.
The 2020 awardee Alberto Parras Rodriguez from Lausanne, Switzerland presented his lecture entitled “Autism-like phenotype and risk gene mRNA deadenylation by CPEB4 mis-splicing”, which originated from work as part of his PhD thesis in Madrid. The online talk was followed by a lively Q&A session.
EPNA 2020 Award ceremony at the online ERA-NET NEURON MidTerm Symposium JTC2018 in Bonn, Germany | January 26th, 2021
EPNA 2020 Awardee: David Zada
EPNA 2018 Award ceremony at the ERA-NET NEURON MidTerm Symposium JTC2016 in Bonn, Germany | January 22th 2019
EPNA 2018 Awardee: Tobias Kaufmann
The ERA-NET NEURON - Excellent Paper in Neuroscience 2017 Award - Special lecture at FENS Forum in Berlin, Germany | 2018
EPNA 2017 Awardee: Cristina García Cáceres