The Bullock Visiting Lecturer Program

The Bullock Visiting Lecture Program supports lecturers to various international, national or regional meetings (e.g., Gottingen Neurobiology meetings, annual meetings of the Society for Neuroscience, Nerve Net meetings, etc.) at which significant amounts of neuroethology research is presented. These lectures are named after Ted Bullock to recognize his significant contributions to neuroethology and to honor him as the founding president of the ISN.

To apply for a Bullock visiting lecture, please send applications to Terry Leatherman (tleatherman@allenpress.com).  Decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis by need and resources available.

Applications must include:

1. A short description of the conference and to what extent it fulfills the goals of the ISN

2. Brief information about the nominator (e.g. who you are and what role you have in the conference organization)

3. A short statement describing the intended lecturer and why they have been chosen (CV of the speaker should be enclosed as well)

Applications should be 1-2 pages (excluding the CV). Successful applicants are required to name the lecture “The Theodore Bullock Lecture” and indicate in the program that it is sponsored by the International Society for Neuroethology.