Concours Beautiful Science
En partenariat avec la Société des Neurosciences
Ouverture du concours d’images & sons
Parce que la science rime aussi avec beauté, créativité et émerveillement, redécouvrons le monde magnifique et mystérieux qui nous entoure à l’occasion du concours Beautiful Science, le concours d’images & sons lancé par la Société Française de Physique à l’occasion de son prochain Congrès Général.
Parrainé par le collectif OBVIOUS (ces 3 jeunes français à l’origine de la première peinture générée par intelligence artificielle), le concours est ouvert à tous et à toutes les sciences. Son thème « Montrer la science dans ce qu’elle a de plus beau et de plus élégant, de l’infiniment petit à l’infiniment grand ! »
Les meilleures œuvres (photos, vidéos, dessins, pistes audios etc.) seront exposées à la Cité des Congrès de Nantes du 8 au 12 juillet 2019 et publiées sur les sites et dans les revues partenaires.
Pour les lauréat(e)s de nombreux cadeaux sont à gagner : prix spéciaux offerts par la Fondation Nanosciences, l’AFM et l’UdPPC ; places de spectacles, livres, abonnements et plein d’autres surprises !
> Pour participer : rdv sur le site www.beautifulscience.fr <
Date limite du concours : 19 mai 2019
The spinal cord: basic research to clinical practice
8h30 – 9h00 : Registration / Check in
9h00 – 9h10 : Welcome and Introduction
- 9h10 – 9h50 : Gareth Miles (University of St Andrews)
« Functional analyses of human iPSC-based models of ALS reveal potential pathogenic mechanisms »
- 9h50 – 10h30 : John Martin (City College of New York)
« Modulating neural activity to repair the corticospinal system after spinal cord injury »
- 10h50 – 11h15 : Nicolas Wanaverbecq (Marseille, INT)
« Do CSF contacting neurons modu- late spinal motor network in the mouse? »
- 11h15 – 11h40 : Patrick Decherchi (Marseille, ISM)
« Biomaterials for spinal cord repair »
- 11h40 – 12h05 : Pierre Hugue Roche (Marseille, APHM)
« Early management of spinal cord injury – where do we stand »
- 12h05 – 12h30 : Marjorie Kerzoncuf (Marseille, INT)
« Management of spasticity after spinal cord injury: current techniques and future directions ».
- 14h00 – 14h25 : Christophe Leterrier (Marseille, INP)
“The nano-architecture of the axonal cytoskeleton revealed by superresolution imaging»
- 14h25 – 14h50 : Hervé Rigneault (Marseille, Institut Fresnel)
“Coherent Raman imaging: tech- niques and applications in neurosciences.”
- 14h50 – 15h15 : Franck Debarbieux (Marseille, INT)
”Intravital dynamic imaging of neuroinflamma- tory cellular events following implantation of a neuroprosthesis in the traumatized spinal cord”
- 15h15 – 15h40 : Guillaume Duhamel (Marseille, CRMBM)
“In vivo measurement of the myelin by inhomogeneous magnetization transfer (ihMT)”
- 16h10 – 16h35 : Cyril Rivat (Montpellier, Institut des neurosciences)
« Functional interaction between μ opioid and FLT3 receptors in sensory neurons produces analgesic tolerance and hyperalgesia »
- 16h35 – 17h00 : Emmanuel Bourinet (Montpellier, IGF)
« Low threshold voltage gated calcium channels regulates pathologi- cal integration of neuropathic pain in spinal dorsal horn circuits »
- 17h00 – 17h25 : Matilde Cordero-Erausquin (Strasbourg, INCI)
« Implication of the cortico-spinal pathway in sensory- motor control »
- 17h25 – 17h50 : Aziz Moqrich (Marseille, IBDM)
« Functional significance of primary sensory neurons diversity: A focus on chronic pain »
18h00 : Wine & Cheese
> Registration contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Scientific committee: Frédéric Brocard, Virginie Callot, Aziz Moqrich and Geneviève Rougon
8h30 - 18h00
Institut Neurosciences Timone
27 boulevard Jean Moulin
MS 2019 : conference on multiple sclerosis
50 years of international & collaborative research
Organized by Fondation ARSEP
09:00 Jean-Frédéric DE LEUSSE (President of ARSEP Foundation): Welcome address
9:10 Catherine LUBETZKI (Paris, France) : 50 years of actions of ARSEP Foundation
Chair: Hartmut WEKERLE (Martinsried, Germany) – An introductive presentation to 50 years of immunology
9:45 Roland LIBLAU (Toulouse, France) & Britta ENGELHARDT (Bern, Switzerland): Focus on T cell: endothelial cell interactions in neuroinflammation
10:25 Coffee break
10:55 Clinical Research
Chair: Sandra VUKUSIC (Lyon, France) – An introductive presentation to 50 years of clinical research
11:10 Emmanuelle LERAY (Rennes, France) & Elaine KINGWELL (Vancouver, Canada): Effect of beta-interferon treatment on survival with MS: A France – Canada collaborative study
11:50 Posters teaser*
Chair: Jean PELLETIER (Marseille, France) & Pierre-Olivier COURAUD (Paris, France)
12:50 Lunch & posters session
Chair: Bernard ZALC (Paris, France) – An introductive presentation to 50 years of neurobiology
15:05 Fabian DOCAGNE (Caen, France) & Diego CLEMENTE (Toledo, Spain): From Blood-brain barrier protection to remyelination: French-Spanish connection in MS research
Chair: Isabelle BERRY (Toulouse, France) – An introductive presentation to 50 years of imaging
16:00 Bruno STANKOFF (Paris, France), Bertrand KUHNAST (Orsay, France) & Federico TURKHEIMER (London, UK): PET imaging of neuroinflammation and remyelination in MS: from methodological optimizations to a novel conception of disability worsening
16:40 Prizes for the best poster and the best teaser
16:50 End of the meeting
Organizing committee : Scientific Committee of ARSEP Foundation
TRAVEL GRANTS FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS
ARSEP Foundation offers meeting « travel grants » to help young researchers to defray the costs of their travel expenses to reach Paris and their accommodation for one night.
Applicants must submit a poster as first author and presented it on the day of the meeting.
See all the requirements on the website.
This short presentation is for doctoral & post-doctoral researchers only. The presentation will last from 60 to 120 minutes (time for each presentation will be the same but the duration will be indicate later).
Person interested in doing such a presentation have to indicate on the website when they put on their abstract.
Even if the researcher participates to the teaser, he/she has to present a poster during the posters’ session
Deadline for abstract submission : March 26, 2019
Deadline for registration (free but mandatory) : May 20, 2019
Information & Registration (on line) : visit our website.
8h30 - 16h50
Institut des Cordeliers
The International Neuromodulation Society’s 14th World Congress
The International Neuromodulation Society’s 14th World Congress will be held in gorgeous Sydney, Australia on 25 – 30 May 2019, so start making your own plans to join us down under. If you have ever dreamt of visiting Australia, this is your opportunity. Following the INS 2017 congress in Edinburgh, our most successful congress to date, we have received much positive and constructive feedback that our congress and scientific committees will take to heart while developing the program for Sydney. We thank everyone who has made the effort to complete attendee evaluations, as your input is critical to improving upon our organization’s educational offerings. With enthusiastic support from The Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, our local host chapter who is very excited to welcome you, we assure you this is an event not to be missed and we invite you to Save the Date!
- Visit the INS 2019 website to learn more about the congress and register
The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre (ICC Sydney)
Address: 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Tel: +61 2 9215 7100
Dynamics of the brain: temporal aspects of computation
The brain is an extraordinarily complex dynamical system whose critical operations run over timescales ranging from the sub-millisecond (e.g., auditory perception), to the circadian (e.g., sleep and homeostatic phenomena), to weeks and years (e.g., learning and memory). Brain circuits express collective properties that can be detected macroscopically, such as traveling waves or oscillations, but recent developments also reveal, through large scale recordings of neuron populations, smaller-scale spatiotemporal phenomena such as transient dynamics (spatio-temporal multi-neuronal activation patterns in response to odours, in preparation for action, in “replay » during sleep). Those dynamics suggest strong constraints on the orchestration of activity in brain circuits. This conference will explore experimental and theoretical approaches to understand the underpinnings of such dynamics and their relevance for computation in the brain.
Organised by FENS in collaboration with Lundbeck Foundation, awarder of The Brain Prize, these bi-annual conferences bring together outstanding researchers in key areas of contemporary neuroscience to discuss current concepts and define challenges for future research.
- Start your application
Early application deadline: 19 February 2019
Regular application deadline: 14 March 2019
- Preliminary Programme
- Check here the Application Overview
Gilles Laurent, MPI Brain Research, Frankfurt, Germany
Ila Fiete, MIT, USA
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4th Eurogenesis Meeting
Hosted in the historic heart of Bordeaux, the full of light and bewitching capital of wine, 4th Eurogenesis conference will cover several aspects of adult neurogenesis function and its related pathologies. It aims to highlight the benefits of interdisciplinary research for gathering innovative knowledge in adult neural stem cells biology, and will promote new opportunities for cross-border disciplines interactions.
Registration & Abstract Submission
Please see the website for registration fees, abstract guidelines and to access the online forms.
Key Date to Remember
Registration and abstract submission deadline : 30 April 2019.
Visit the 4th Eurogenesis website for details & further updates.
In case of any questions, contact us!
Pôle juridique et judiciaire
35 Place Pey Perland
28th International Conference on Neuroscience and Neurochemistry
28th International Conference on Neuroscience and Neurochemistry scheduled during June 13-14, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain is a unique forum where the global researchers share their leading research work in neuroscience and it’s interdisciplinary for the better health care of the society.
The conference is systemized on the theme « Dynamic Challenges and Approaches in Neuroscience and Neurochemistry » that covers – Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders, Neurochemistry, neurology, neurosurgery and many more.
The deadline for early bird would be March 21, 2019 and final registration would be June 13, 2019.
- More information on the conference website.
Neurosciences in Intensive Care International Symposium 2019 (NICIS)
Neuro-prognostication in the ICU:
from basic neuroscience to medical decision
The vision of Neurosciences in Intensive Care International Symposium (NICIS) is to accelerate transformative advances in the care and science of patients with critical illness and neurological injury. Participants are clinicians and scientists who have a common aspiration to translate discoveries in the neurosciences into better patient-centered outcomes. Since 2017, two NICIS events are offered, one in Washington (NICIS.America) and the other in Paris (NICIS.Europe), held respectively in March and June.
The 2019 edition of NICIS-Europe is titled Neuro-prognostication in the ICU: from basic neuroscience to medical decision. It will be held on June the 20th-21st 2019 at the Institut Pasteur in Paris.
NICIS-Europe 2019 builds on the success of previous editions, which were devoted to “The Neurosciences of critical illness and acute CNS infection” (2018); « Critical illness: Ageing, frailty and resilience » (2017), « Neuro-inflammation in Critical illness: From brain signalling to brain insult » (2016), « Neuroscience of repair, regeneration and recovery from critical illness » (2015), and « Neurobiology of stress » (2014).
All conference participants are invited to submit abstracts of original data for consideration at our Poster Presentation Session.
We look forward to welcoming you in June for NICIS-EUROPE 2019 !
> More information on our website
> Discover the scientific program
Paris - France
7th Mediterranean Neuroscience Conference
La 7th Mediterranean Neuroscience Conference se tiendra à Marrakech au Maroc. Après Malte en 2017, Pula en Sardaigne en 2015, Istanbul en 2012 et Alexandrie en 2009, la Société Méditérranéenne de Neurosciences (MNS) a décidé de nous confier l’organisation de cet évènement dans un pays sud-méditerranéen afin de faciliter la participation des Neuroscientifiques du Sud et d’Afrique. Ce congrès international attire de plus en plus de participants du monde entier puisque nous avons reçu 71 propositions de symposiums avec des orateurs de 33 pays différents.
Neuroscience is one of the fastest-growing disciplines, which has reached unprecedented size and diversity. Given the interdisciplinary nature of neuroscience, interaction between different sub-disciplines is a key to advance the field.
ENCODS 2019 aims to offer a unique platform for early-career neuroscientists from different backgrounds to interact with both international renowned scientists and fellow students. We believe that bringing together neuroscientists around the world will foster discussions, collaborations, and to prepare early-career researchers to embrace future opportunities and challenges. ENCODS 2019 features talks by world-leading neuroscientists, workshops on transferable skills, PhD talks, poster sessions, and career talks.
Application deadline extended: 15 March 2019
The main target participants are PhD students in neuroscience-related disciplines from around the world, although people with strong interests in neuroscience from other early-career stages are also encouraged to apply. We strongly encourage students from underrepresented backgrounds to apply, and would like to offer travel grants and fee waivers for those in need.
The event will take place at The Francis Crick Institute, London, United Kingdom on 24th-25th June 2019.
For enquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Francis Crick Institute, London, United Kingdom
LiCEND Summer School 2019: Experimental Models for Neurodegenerative Disease: From Cells to Model Organisms
The objectives of the LiCEND Summer School are to present a large selection of experimental models and technological applications dedicated to the investigation of neurodegenerative diseases.
The LiCEND Summer School 2019 is based on the expertise of the Lille neuroscientists’ teams as well as highly-skilled international and French specialists. Gathering of such experts allows to propose an attractive and innovative training to the (future) researchers on neurodenegerative diseases.
Objectives: to present a large selection of experimental models and technological applications dedicated to the investigation of neurodegenerative diseases.
Currently, different experimental models are used to study the neurodegenerative mechanisms and associated processes, such as normal ageing, and to investigate a large variety of parameters: genetic and environmental factors, impact of metabolism, interaction with the immune system, cellular and molecular mechanisms, molecular screening, evaluation of therapeutic strategies… It is crucial to keep this in mind and to choose accordingly for each research project, which model(s) would be the most appropriate to fulfill the needs but also to know their limits (scientific relevancy, available tools and technologies, costs…).
The LiCEND Summer School 2019 “Experimental approaches to study neurodegenerative disorders in biology: from the cell dish to the model organisms” aims to provide students and professionals, a global view of experimental models of neurodegeneration with their respective “pro” and “cons” aspects.
Each session will be organized around one type of experimental models with 2 to 4 talks given by recognized specialists. The 3R rules have been considered while building those sessions, presenting alternative models to replace animals or allowing researcher to refine their experimentation by choosing the most efficient models to explore neurodegenerative diseases.
- Cellular models
- Invertebrae models (C. Elegans, drosophila)
- Zebrafish model
- Small mammals models (mouse and rat)
- Large mammals models
Application open until the 26/06/2019 _ Early bird fee until the 30/04/2019
Limited number of application: 60
Faculté de Médecine de Lille – “Pole Formation”
2 Avenue Eugène Avinée
59120 - Loos
Summer School 2019: « Experimental Models for Neurodegenerative Disease: From Cells to Model Organisms »
L’objectif de la LiCEND Summer School 2019: « Experimental Models for Neurodegenerative Disease: From Cells to Model Organisms » est de présenter un large panel de modèles expérimentaux et d’applications technologiques dédié à l’étude des maladies neurodégénératives.
Dans l’esprit d’ouvrir la formation aux participants internationaux, l’ensemble de la formation sera assurée en anglais.
La majorité des sessions s’articuleront autour d’un modèle expérimental avec 2 à 4 interventions par session effectuées par des experts reconnus. La règle des 3R a été mise en compte dans l’organisation des sessions afin de “remplacer” en présentant des modèles alternatifs aux animaux et afin de “raffiner ” les expérimentations en choisissant les modèles les plus pertinents pour l’investigation des maladies neurodégénératives:
Modèles invertébrés (C. Elegans, Drosophile);
Modèles petits mammifères (souris, rat);
Modèles gros mammifères;
Des sessions plus transversales s’y joindront: sessions sur les thématiques actuelles en clinique, session éthique sur la communication au sujet de l’expérimentation animale, et conférence grand public sur le développement de nouveaux traitements.
Il est à noter que le nombre de place est limité à 60 participants.
Un tarif préférentiel est appliqué jusqu’au 30 avril.
CONGRESS BRAIN & BRAIN PET 2019
On behalf of the ISCBFM President and the Local Organizing Committee, we invite the members of the French Neuroscience Society to join us at YOKOHAMA BRAIN & BRAIN PET 2019, the 29th International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism and Function and the 14th International Conference on Quantification of Brain Function with PET to be held in Yokohama, Japan from July 4th – 7th 2019. Following the tradition of previous meetings, BRAIN & BRAIN PET 2019 will cover numerous aspects within the area of neuroscience research, particularly those related to brain function and metabolism, cerebral blood flow, the function of the neurovascular unit and the blood-brain barrier, brain imaging, brain repair, and cerebrovascular pathology.
Our goal is to present the state-of-the art and novel discoveries that will increase our understanding of brain function under physiological and pathological conditions through basic, translational, and clinical investigation. Leading scientist in these fields, members of the International Society for Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (ISCBFM, http://iscbfm.org) and other exceptional scientists will participate as in our previous biannual meetings. The program committee is actively working to create an engaging scientific program that will be of interest to scientists working in all fields of neuroscience, from basic to clinical and applied research.
Yokohama, the second largest city in Japan, is located next to Tokyo along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean. The city has long prospered as an international port city trading with foreign countries that opened to the world in 1859, as it had favorable facilities to host ships from abroad. Since that time, Yokohama has been vigorously acquiring new cultures and information from other countries, and it developed a reputation as the source for new information from abroad that was disseminated around Japan, hence its nickname as the birthplace of Japan’s modern culture.
For full information, guidelines and online submission: http://brain2019.jp/index.html
Informations : E-mail
2019 Neurodynamics Symposium
First Edition of Neurodynamics Symposium in Grenoble !!
Recent technologies have made it possible to study the in-vivo physiology of neurons, the dynamics of large scale neuronal ensembles and the neural circuits that connect different structures…
but how do these give rise to different brain functions?
This symposium aims to link three components: conceptual expertise, computational modeling and state-of-the-art methodologies, to advance our understanding of brain functions related to cognition and motivation.
The program will enclose poster sessions, oral presentations selected on abstract and oral talks of invited speakers (preliminar program to be announced soon!).
When? 4-5 July, 2019
Where? Maison Minatec Conference Center, Grenoble, France
REGISTRATION OPENING and ABSTRACT SUBMISSION : 1st February 2019 – May 15th 2019
FENS Regional Meeting 2019
Jointly organized by the Neuroscience Societies of Serbia, Romania and Turkey,
the FRM 2019 will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, from 10 to 13 July 2019
It is our great pleasure to announce that the next FENS Regional Meeting, FRM2019, will be in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The meeting will be jointly organised by the Neuroscience Societies of Serbia, Romania and Turkey.
These three societies come together for the first time with the aim of boosting the development of neuroscience in the entire region by organising a meeting with an exciting programme reflecting the latest discoveries and technological developments.
The last FENS regional meeting was held in Pécs, Hungary, 20-23 September 2017 and organised by the Hungarian Neuroscience Society. Its excellent mix of scientific, social and outreach events attracted nearly 900 participants.
FENS Regional Meetings are national or regional scientific meetings organised by FENS member societies with strong FENS support. FRMs are biennial meetings and alternate with the FENS Forums.
Deadline for abstract submission and early registration extension – 1 May 2019
The Crowne Plaza Belgrade
Vladimira Popovica 10
11070 Belgrade, Serbia
Advanced Photonic Imaging in Neuroscience 2019
Au cours des dernières décennies, l’imagerie photonique et ses différentes applications ont connu des développements importants qui en font aujourd’hui des outils indispensables à la recherche en neurosciences, que ce soit pour l’exploration anatomique ou fonctionnelle sur des modèle in vitro ou in vivo. L’objectif premier du Colloque « Advanced Imaging in Neuroscience (APIN 2019) » est de présenter à la communauté des neurosciences les dernières avancées et applications dans le domaine et de réunir des chercheurs nationaux et internationaux autour d’un événement majeur et ainsi permettre des échanges et la mise en place de collaboration future. L’événement s’adresse également à des jeunes chercheurs (Doctorants et Postdoctorants) en leur permettant de présenter leur travaux, d’élargir leur réseau et de rencontrer de futurs employeurs.
Inscription au Congrès APIN du 18 mars 2019 au 17 mai 2019
sur Azur Colloque : cliquez ici
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Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone
IBPS Summer School on Endocrine Disruptors
The Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine organizes an international summer school targeted primarily, but not exclusively, at PhD students and post-docs on the topic of endocrine disruptors.
Targeted primarily to PhD students and post-docs, this summer school will present the theory and practice on Endocrine Disruptors. During 5 days of lectures and practival work, participants will acquire a better approach and visibility on the endocrine disruption research.
Deadline for application: April 30, 2019
- Jean-Philippe Antignac (Laberca, Nantes)
- Nicolas Cabaton (INRA, Toulouse)
- Nicolas Chevalier (Université Nice Sophia Antipolis)
- Barbara Demeneix (Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris)
- Jean-Baptiste Fini (Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris)
- Fabien Jourdan (INRA, Toulouse)
- Laura Maxim (Sorbonne Université, Paris)
- Sakina Mhaouty Kodja (IBPS, Sorbonne Université, Paris) Cécile Michel (Anses, Paris)
- David Siaussat (Sorbone Université, Paris)
- Catherine Viguié (INRA, Toulouse)
- Sakina Mhaouty-Kodja, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Inserm, IBPS, Neuroscience Paris-Seine
- Catherine Viguié, Toxalim INRA/ENVT/INP/UPS, Toulouse
- Jean-Baptiste Fini, CNRS, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Evolution des Régulations Endocriniennes, Paris
- Hervé Chneiweiss, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Inserm, IBPS, Neuroscience Paris-Seine
- Hélène Hardin-Pouzet, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Inserm, IBPS,Neuroscience Paris-Seine, IBPS
- Héloïse Hervé, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, IBPS, Chargée de communication de l’IBPS
- Françoise Commercy, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, IBPS, gestionnaire
- Isabelle Tratner, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, IBPS, Déléguée aux affaires scientifiques de l’IBPS
> More information on our website
Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine, Pierre et Marie Curie Campus, Sorbonne University
7-9, quai Saint Bernard, 75005, Paris, France
Limited to 16 participants
Moyens de paiement
180 € (includes costs of accommodation, breakfast and lunch, as well as the gala dinner)
XVI European Biological Rhythms Society Congress
This year’s congress will bring together the top chronobiologists and sleep experts from around the world. They will tell us all about their most recent findings and best scientific stories, and what to expect in the future, in chronobiology and chronomedicine. The topics will cover molecular biology, non-visual photobiology, chrononutrition, chronomolecules, metabolism, imaging, mathematical modelling, big data, machine learning, shift work, cancer… And more!
The meeting will also be a unique opportunity to share your ideas, benefit from exchanges and discussions with colleagues, and disseminate your own results on a worldwide stage. Trainees and early-career researchers will be offered a five-star Trainee Day with the best researchers in the field!
Where is this happening? In beautiful Lyon, France’s second city, an energetic metropolis and an ancient capital with a superb old town.
We look forward to seeing you in beautiful Lyon in August 2019!
Claude Gronfier, Congress Chair
Debra J. Skene, EBRS President
Yoshitaka Fukada, JSC President
> More information on our website
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1
Domaine de la Buire – Site Laennec
7 rue Guillaume Paradin
32nd ECNP Congress
The annual ECNP Congress is Europe’s premier scientific meeting for disease-oriented brain research, annually attracting between 4,000 and 6,000 neuroscientists, psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists from around the world.
Programme and further information available on the meeting website.
Bella Center Copenhagen
Center Boulevard 5
NeuroBridges2019 summer school
NeuroBridges2019 is a summer school which will take place between September 8 and September 19, 2019 in Cluny, France. The school will provide an overview of theoretical and experimental frameworks used to study a variety of decision making processes. It will cover a different model systems from rats to humans and a plethora of decision making mechanisms.
Another objective of Neurobridges is to bring together Mediterranean and Middle Eastern scientists, in order to promote scientific cooperation between young researchers from these countries. The organizers of NeuroBridges are convinced that such scientific collaborations can lead to personal relations, which eventually may alleviate the political distress in the Middle East.
For more information and application: visit our website.
NeuroBridges is co-organized by Ahmed El Hady (Princeton Neuroscience Institute, USA), Yonatan Loewenstein (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) and David Hansel (CNRS, Paris, France).
Merav Ahissar (Hebrew U.)
Rafal Bogacz (Oxford)
Thomas Boraud (CNRS)
Mathew Diamond (SISSA)
Ido Erev (Technion)
Mehdi Khamassi (CNRS)
Najib Majaj (NYU)
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Le Centre de Conférences Internationales de Cluny (CCIC)
71 250 - Cluny
The school is intended for graduate students and postdocs, primarily (but not only) from the Middle East and the Mediterranean region either working in their home countries or abroad.
Applicants should have some background in related fields in neuroscience or cognitive psychology.
Moyens de paiement
All costs of registration and accommodation will be covered by the organizers.
FFAB-R Research Congress on ED
Le groupe de recherche de la FFAB (Fédération Française Anorexie Boulimie) organise le 12 septembre 2019 une journée thématique dédiée à la recherche sur les Troubles du Comportement Alimentaire, journée adossée au congrès international de l’ECED (European Council of Eating Disorders).
La journée s’articulera autour du thème : »Early factors of vulnerability to eating disorders: environment, genes and other risk factors ».
Vous trouverez ci joint le website: https://sites.google.com/view/ffab-research-congress-2019/ où figurent toutes les informations pratiques en lien avec ce congrès (programme de la journée, inscription, soumission d’abstracts). Si vous souhaitez davantage d’informations, n’hésitez pas à envoyer un mail à email@example.com
7th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Therapeutics
7th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Therapeutics
September 19-20, 2019 | Brussels, Belgium
The conference will gather 50+ researchers, scientists, students, and business delegates and will consists of talks about the concept and developments of treatments and therapies of neurological disorders.
The conference theme is « Discovering methods to combat against brain complications ». Our current plan is to host this conference for 2 days with around 40 presentations of scientific value along with delegate participation. We welcome all the researchers/doctors/academicians/students to join us and share your knowledge and views of your current research within the scope of this area.
Oral presentations, poster competition, YRF, symposiums/workshops are the hallmarks of our event.
10th IBRO World Congress
Mark your calendars!
Hosted by the Korea Brain Research Institute (KBRI) and the Korean Society of Brain and Neural Science (KSBNS), IBRO’s next Congress will represent the best neuroscience worldwide supported by strong inter-regional cooperation.
Further information on the congress Website.
Daegu, South Korea
48th Meeting of the European Brain and Behavior Society
By attending EBBS 2019, you will meet carefully selected, top class scientists who have been influencing Behavioral Neuroscience, as well as emerging young investigators who will shape the future of the field.
With exciting scientific plenary sessions, the meeting will focus on the relationships between brain and behaviour in health and disease.
Registration & Abstract Submission are now open
Please see the website for registration fees, abstract guidelines and to access the online forms.
Key Dates to Remember
Abstract Submission Deadline : 31 March 2019
Early Registration Fee Deadline : 30 April 2019
Visit the EBBS 2019 website for details & further updates.
In case of any questions, contact us!
Prague Congress Centre
5. května 65, 140 00 Prague 4
CENTURI 2019 scientific meeting
CENTURI 2019 scientific meeting will be an interdisciplinary workshop focusing on « Self-organization in multicellular systems ». It is designed to gather scientists developing experimental, theoretical as well as modelling approaches in the search for principles that underlie the similar spatial and temporal organisation and dynamics across scales and biological contexts.
The meeting will take place in Cargèse (Corsica, France) from September 30 to October 4, 2019. The workshop is a unique opportunity to foster new collaborations and exchange about a wide range of topics in life science, especially cell biology and biophysics, developmental biology, neuroscience and immunology.
The event will tackle the spatial and temporal patterns across scales found in biological systems (such as cell migration and tissue morphogenesis, cell polarization and cell movement) and will try to answer to several questions such as How do such spatial and temporal dynamics arise? What are the respective contributions of biological control and self-organization?
CENTURI 2019 scientific meeting will include talks given by high level invited speakers from all over the world, as well as short talks and poster sessions.
Registrations to CENTURI 2019 scientific meeting are open until July 30, 2019.
To give a short talk or present a poster, please submit your abstracts before May 31, 2019.
© C. Bertet & T. Lecuit (IBDM)
Institut d’Études Scientifiques de Cargèse
Reward – 6th Bordeaux Neurocampus conference
The Bordeaux Neurocampus Conferences are a serie of Neuroscience meetings, organized in Bordeaux, France.
The purpose of the conferences is to present and discuss recent findings in a topic field in Neuroscience, bringing together leading international experts and young researchers. The maximum number of participants is 250, including invited speakers. The scientific program is organized jointly by members of Bordeaux Neurocampus and the LabEx Brain.
The Bordeaux Neurocampus Conferences are 3-day meetings that take place in autumn at Bordeaux University, France. About 20 presentations are given by invited speakers, and the schedule encourages lively discussion, in particular during the poster sessions.
NEXT CONFERENCE : 2-4 OCTOBER, 2019
Normal and pathological reward processing: from synapse to behavior
Essential feature of the human as well as the animal brain is its ability to process information on-line in order to efficiently adapt behavior to a changing environment. The brain constantly integrates new sensory information and adjusts its behavioral responses to maximize reward and / or minimize unpleasant and even dangerous consequences for the organism. The question here is to highlight brain regions that share the ability to “reward” the performance of vital functions such as feeding, exploration of new environments, initiation of new social interactions, reproduction and appropriate reaction to threat? The mesocorticolimbic dopaminergic system was the first neural circuit to be described in this context and is closely related to the whole reward system. Are there other brain reward systems? What happens in the brains of patients with autism spectrum disorders, addiction to drugs or sports, anxiety or depressive symptoms, Parkinson’s disease, whose reward system is altered? Answers to these questions do not reach consensus and will be debated during the three days of this conference.
Domaine du Haut-Carré
Le Congrès du Sommeil
Palais des congrès de Lille accueillera du 21 au 23novembre, le Congrès du Sommeil®.
Le programme préliminaire est maintenant disponible sur les site du congrès : http://www.lecongresdusommeil.com
Manifestation parrainée par la Société des Neurosciences
LILLE GRAND PALAIS
1, Boulevard des Cites-Unies
12th FENS Forum of Neuroscience
- SHAPE THE PROGRAMME
The FENS Forum of Neuroscience is Europe’s largest international neuroscience meeting. The Forum scientific programme covers all domains in modern brain research.
- WHO WILL BE SPEAKING?
With 56 parallel symposia, more than 3,500 abstracts and 20 plenary and special lectures, the FENS Forum covers neuroscience from basic to translational research.
Proposal deadline : 20 May 2019
Glasgow G3 8YW, UK