An occasional award for an outstanding contribution by an individual to neuroscience in Australia.
ANS has five possible plenary lectures, all of which are scheduled for one hour in the annual meeting program. Two ANS medal lectures were also introduced in 2017, each scheduled for thirty minutes in the annual meeting program.
Awarded to plenary lecturers at the ANS conference and to other individuals who have provided outstanding service to the Society.
Awarded annually for the best publication by an early career researcher.
Awarded for the most outstanding contribution by a member of the Society in their first five postdoctoral years
Awarded to a female neuroscientist for outstanding contribution to basic or clinical neuroscience research.
Awarded annually for the most significant neuroscience paper published in the previous year by any member of the Society.
This annual Award is for the best publication on neural regulation of organs by an early career researcher member of the Society.