alexa german society of neurogenetics

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german society of neurogenetics

The “German Society of Neurogenetics” was founded in 1994 to address questions on the genetics of normal and abnormal function of the nervous system. Its main objective is the enhancement of scientific exchange between all those disciplines that address questions on the genetics of normal and abnormal function of the nervous system. Consequently, its members come from many diverse fields of scientific enquiry such as biophysics, human genetics, cell biology, neuroanatomy, neurobiochemistry, neurosurgery, neurology, neuropathology and psychiatry. Neuroscientists from a wide range of disciplines, organized into a variety of neuroscience societies in Europe, constitute the core of FENS. Federating numerous pan-European single discipline societies and all national neuroscience societies from across more than 30 European countries, FENS represents European neuroscience from basic to clinical research. Explore the map below or choose the list view for a full description of FENS’s member societies. Their provide services to facilitate the exchange of information and enhance networking activities among neuroscientists at the European level and beyond. It aims in Representation of Neurogeneticists in scientific, political, and legal/ethical committees and also To guarantee a qualified education of scientists in the field of clinical genetics by the certification as clinical specialist for human genetics. There are numerous society of Neurogenetics across the Germany. They are : German Society of Neurogenetics (DGNG), German Society of Biological Psychiatry (DGBP), German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC): German Neurological Society eV (DGN), German Society of Neuroradiology eV (DGNR), German Psychological Society (DGP), German Association for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics (DGPPN), German Society of Neuropathology and Neuroanatomy (DGNN), Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM).

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