In May 2015, the BELGIAN BRAIN COUNCIL called out to the Belgian policy makers and patrons at the Egmont Palace and invited them to measure the importance of the issue of brain diseases and a necessary increase in resources allocated to research in this field.
Today, the Association launches the Cefaly Technology Award.
Granting € 15,000, it will reward a specific research project in clinical and/or fundamental neuroscience which will contribute to increasing knowledge about the brain and its diseases or dysfunctions.
Report and presentation of results at the Belgian Brain Congress at the latest 2 years after reception of the Prize
Application forms available here, to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with a short CV of the principal investigator
Deadline: April 30th 2016