Awards

The ISN bestows a number of awards and prizes to recognize important contributions of its members to Neuroethology and to promote the careers of young researchers.

Heiligenberg Student Travel Awards are awarded annually to qualified student members who wish to present work in the field of neuroethology at selected national and international scientific meetings.   Read more...


The Capranica Neuroethology Prize is named in honor of Robert and Patricia Capranica to provide an annual cash prize for recognition of outstanding achievement or future promise of young members in the field of neuroethology. Read more...


The Developing Neuroethology Award provides travel support for members from emerging and developing countries to attend and present their work at the International Congress of Neuroethology.  Read more...

The Young Invesigator Awards
recognize doctoral graduate student memberss and early post-doctoral members who have shown outstanding promise and have already made a significant research contribution in any aspect of the field of neuroethology.  Read more...

Fellow of the International Society for Neurothology is an honor bestowed on members of the ISN for meritorious efforts to advance the science of neuroethology.  Read more...

The Konishi Neuroethology Research Awards are named in honor of Masakazu (Mark) Konishi, a leader in the neurobiological study of natural behavior whose outstanding work on prey capture by owls and singing in songbirds continues to excite and inspire neuroethologists around the world.  Read more...