Decoding the sense of effort

Decoding the sense of effort

Organizer: Florian Monjo
Invited speaker gender ratio: 0 Women: 6 Men (0%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 31%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keywords effort AND motor AND regulation, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 5 pages of results using our python script.

CCS2020 Workshop: Exact mean field formulation of complex (neural) networks

CCS2020 Workshop: Exact mean field formulation of complex (neural) networks

Organizers: Simona Olmi & Alessandro Torcini
Invited speaker gender ratio: 1 Woman: 9 Men (10%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 29%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keywords “systems neuroscience”, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 5 pages of results using our python script.

Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging Summer School 2020

Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging Summer School 2020

Organizers: Research Group Neuroinformatics (University of Vienna) & Vienna Cognitive Science Hub
Faculty gender ratio: 0 Women: 7 Men (0%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 19%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keywords “pattern recognition” AND neuroimaging, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 1 page of results using our python script.

Robot-Aided Neuromechanics: Using Robots to Study Sensorimotor Function and Impairment

Robot-Aided Neuromechanics: Using Robots to Study Sensorimotor Function and Impairment

Organizers: Fabrizio Sergi, Laura Marchal-Crespo, Hyunglae Lee & Etienne Burdet
Faculty gender ratio: 3 Women: 13 Men (19%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 37%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keyword neuromechanics AND sensorimotor, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 1 page of results using our python script.

Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies Advanced Course: Neuroinflammation (NSAS 2020)

Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies Advanced Course: Neuroinflammation (NSAS 2020)

Director: Robert Dantzer
Faculty gender ratio: 1 Woman: 6 Men (14%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 35%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keyword neuroinflammation, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 51 pages of results using our python script. We left 38 names unclassified.

CNS*2020 Workshop: Machine learning and mechanistic modeling for understanding brain in health and disease

CNS*2020 Workshop: Machine learning and mechanistic modeling for understanding brain in health and disease

Organizers: William Lytton & Samuel Neymotin
Invited speaker gender ratio: 0 Women: 8 Men (0%)
Estimated* base rate of females in the field: 17-20%
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: Previously established base rate of women in computational neuroscience.

CNS*2020 Calcium workshop: Multi-disciplinary approaches to quantify and model calcium signaling in nervous systems and beyond

CNS*2020 Calcium workshop: Multi-disciplinary approaches to quantify and model calcium signaling in nervous systems and beyond

Organizers: Pengxing Cao, Maurizio De Pittà & Ivo Siekmann
Invited speaker gender ratio: 2 Women: 19 Men (10%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 28%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keywords “calcium signaling” AND modeling, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 8 pages of results using our python script. We left 5 names unclassified.

 

NeuroBridges 2020: A Mediterranean, Middle Eastern Summer School in Neuroscience

NeuroBridges 2020: A Mediterranean, Middle Eastern Summer School in Neuroscience

Organizers: Ahmed El Hady, Yonatan Loewenstein & David Hansel
Sponsors: The Simons Foundation, ELSC, CNRS
Faculty gender ratio: 1 Woman: 8 Men (11%)
Estimated base rate of women in the field: 26%*
BWN rating: 1

*Method of estimation: We searched NIH RePORTER with keywords “decision making” AND neuroscience, and then counted the ratio of women among the unique researchers in 8 pages of results using our python script.