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Congratulations to Matthew Apps on his 2018 Early Career Award from the Society for Social Neuroscience (SFSN).

This distinguished award recognises Early Career Contributions to Social Neuroscience, through the formation of new approaches or paradigms within a field of neuroscience, and or the development or advancement of research that cuts across fields of neuroscience.

The Early Career Award special lectures will take place on Friday 2 November at the S4SN 2018 Annual Meeting in San Diego, where Matthew will be giving his prize talk alongside fellow award winner Dr Eliza Bliss-Moreau (UC Davis).

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