The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) and the European Journal of Neuroscience (EJN), in partnership with its publisher Wiley, have awarded their Young Investigator Prize 2022 to Prof Mackenzie MathisBertarelli Foundation Chair of Integrative Neuroscience.

“The EJN Young Investigator Prize is a recognition of the neuroscience community, explained FENS President Jean-Antoine Girault. It highlights the excellent work done by researchers at an early stage of their career and makes it visible to a broad audience”.“This Prize, adds John Foxe, Editor-in-Chief of EJN, is a way for the European Journal of Neuroscience, together with its society FENS, to recognise outstanding work done by early career researchers who are leading the way in a field”.

The prize is awarded every second year to an independent early career researcher in recognition of their outstanding scientific contributions to any area of neuroscience.

Warmful congratulation from the whole neuro-community to Prof. Mackenzie Mathis!