18th International Conference of “Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience” (MMiN 2020)
In view of uncertainty regarding the projected status of the Covid-19 pandemic at the time of our currently scheduled meeting, we regretably must postpone the meeting. The new dates, chosen in consultation with the Scientific Advisory Board, are June 27th – 30th, 2021.
We are very pleased to announce the 18th International Conference of “Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience” (MMiN 2020) that will be held from June 28th to July 1st 2020, in Lyon, France.The international MMiN meeting, previously known as « In vivo meeting », initially focused on methodological neurochemistry and continues to expand its scope to include all major techniques, such as voltammetry, microdialysis, pharmacology, electrophysiology, imaging, tomography, optogenetics/chemogenetics, and other manipulations of neural networks. MMiN also provides an excellent platform for presentations on emerging techniques that detect and track neuroactive or neurotransmitter-like molecules.
Over the years, this international MMiN meeting has continued to attract an excellent level of expertise of our regular participants. Importantly, MMiN has a reputation of welcoming new researchers and being an excellent platform for presenting cutting edge technologies.
The venue for the 18th MMiN meeting is at the Catholic University of Lyon (UCLY) in the center of the beautiful city of Lyon situated at the confluence of the Rhône and Saône rivers. Our meeting, hosting 250-300 delegates, is scheduled over three and a half days, including four plenary lectures, a dozen symposia, and two poster sessions. This venue includes a common space for poster presentations, exhibitor booths and coffee/lunch breaks and two amphitheaters for all talks. Similar to past MMiN conferences, this venue facilitates rich interactions between the participants.This 18th MMiN Conference will undoubtedly be an opportunity to establish new connections and forge fruitful and lasting links between the meeting participants, including students, post-doc, young and established researchers, and vendors.
Sandrine Parrot, PhD
Barbara Ferry, PhD
Co-Chairs of MMiN2020