2022 ESCAN Meeting in Vienna

The European Society for Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience is pleased to announce the 6th bi-annual ESCAN meeting which will take place in Vienna, Austria, between 19th and 22nd of July 2022.

At a glance

Important dates

  • Deadline symposia proposals: March 7th, 2022

  • Deadline Young Investigator Award: March 7th, 2022

  • Review decision symposia: March 22nd, 2022

  • Review decision Young Investigator Award: Beginning of April, 2022

  • Deadline single presentations: April 15th, 2022

  • Review decision single presentations: April 30th, 2022

  • Deadline for travel grant applications: May 10th, 2022

  • Review decision for travel grants: May 18th, 2022

  • Deadline for early registration: May 31st, 2022

  • Deadline for late registration: July 10th, 2022

  • ESCAN 2022 Conference: July 19th to July 22nd, 2022

Confirmed keynote speakers

Rebecca LawsonUniversity of Cambridge

Dr. Rebecca Lawson is an Assistant Professor and Wellcome Trust Henry Dale Fellow at the University of Cambridge. She is interested in how the brain represents and responds to uncertainty, and her lab uses computational models, psychopharmacology, and neuroimaging to investigate this fundamental process in health, development, and disorder. Find out more about her work here.

Rebecca LawsonUniversity of Cambridge

Dr. Rebecca Lawson is an Assistant Professor and Wellcome Trust Henry Dale Fellow at the University of Cambridge. She is interested in how the brain represents and responds to uncertainty, and her lab uses computational models, psychopharmacology, and neuroimaging to investigate this fundamental process in health, development, and disorder. Find out more about her work here.

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Morten KringelbachUniversities of Oxford & Aarhus

Dr. Morten L. Kringelbach is a Professor of Neuroscience at Universities
of Oxford (UK) and Aarhus (Denmark). He is interested in hedonia, eudaimonia and human flourishing in the human brain. Find out more about his work here.

Morten KringelbachUniversities of Oxford & Aarhus

Dr. Morten L. Kringelbach is a Professor of Neuroscience at Universities
of Oxford (UK) and Aarhus (Denmark). He is interested in hedonia, eudaimonia and human flourishing in the human brain. Find out more about his work here.

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Stefanie HöhlUniversity of Vienna

Dr. Stefanie Höhl is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Vienna, and heads the Research Unit of Developmental Psychology and the Wiener Kinderstudien lab. Her research focuses on social and cognitive development in early childhood. Find out more about her work here.

Stefanie HöhlUniversity of Vienna

Dr. Stefanie Höhl is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Vienna, and heads the Research Unit of Developmental Psychology and the Wiener Kinderstudien lab. Her research focuses on social and cognitive development in early childhood. Find out more about her work here.

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