The Early Investigator Society (EIS) is an international platform within the Brain and Ocular Nutrition conference to support scientists at the early stage of their research career. The goal of the society is to encourage, stimulate and reward individuals within the areas of cognitive and ocular nutrition related research.
Membership is open to:
- Individuals with five years or less postdoctoral experience
- Individuals currently enrolled on a PhD programme
Why Become an EIS Member?
Develop your leadership and communication skills with the opportunity to co-chair lectures and panel discussions during the conference
Elevate your research profile and the impact of your research by attending workshops that have been tailored for early-stage researchers
Have your say on the future direction of cognitive, ocular and nutrition related research at EIS discussion forums
Share your discoveries, research ideas, skills and experiences with like-minded individuals and engage with your peers at informal events
Eligible to apply for the Early Investigator of the Year award, which highlights and celebrates exceptional achievements and successes of society members