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For instructions and application for symposium and technical workshops proposals, please connect to Where European Neuroscience meets the world.
The biennial FENS Forum provides a unique opportunity to meet and discuss the most recent advances in basic neuroscience and research on the many disorders of the brain.
It includes plenary and special lectures, a variety of symposia, technical workshops; all selected from ideas proposed by the neuroscience community.
As always, a large part of the Forum is devoted to poster presentations to allow stimulating interaction between participants. We thank the Host Society Committee, chaired by Nicolas Caesar Petersen, for preparing a very attractive 33538c of scientific and social events. We also thank all the FENS member societies and our partners for their continued support.
The organisers also wish 358c thank the great number of scientists who submitted their abstracts for poster presentation and contributed to a nci extent to the success of the FENS Forum in Copenhagen. In addition to the wide range of scientific insights a special emphasis will be placed on cutting-edge technologies.
The conference will be held for four days and will include six plenary speaker sessions, numerous symposia and poster sessions.
It can be easily reached by train or long distance bus service from Budapest. Rui Costa Sunday, July 03,: Thomas Mrsic-Flogel Wednesday, July 06,: Alison Abbott Monday, July 04,: Monica Di Luca Tuesday, July 05,: Nicolas Caesar Petersen Bernd Sommer Tuesday, July 05,: May-Britt Moser Wednesday, July 06,: Paul Bolam and John Foxe Reaching out to the scientific community, the public and the institutions Alpha-synuclein prion like forms as target for therapy in Parkinson s disease and other synucleinopathies Musical performances by Outlandish.
Bella Center, Auditorium Foyer Host: The exhibition is divided into three sections: The History of Neuroscience in Scandinavia: Bella Center, Congress Foyer Host: Let s get acquainted!
Bella Centre, Room 17 Host: Bella Center, Room 19 Host: All alumni of FENS training activities are also warmly welcome! The History of Neuroscience in Scandinavia Venue: Medical Museion, Bredgade 62, Copenhagen Host: Come celebrate the History of Neuroscience in the anatomical theatre of the extraordinary Medical Museion of Copenhagen which holds one of the richest collections of historical medical artefacts in Europe.
The seminar will be followed by a cocktail reception and a tour of the museum. Only limited number of places is available. My brain is on drugs! Stay flexible – how we learn and remember Host: Our aim here is to share our fascination with the brain, and to showcase the most interesting areas of Neuroscience for lay audiences in a fun way.
All events place at the same time but in different locations. Building a Successful Career in Neuroscience Venue: European Journal of Neuroscience Contact person: Emma Boxer, The main aim of this workshop is to provide advice to young researchers on how to successfully navigate the early stages of an academic career. We will cover aspects such as setting up your own lab, establishing collaborations, research ethics, and writing and peer reviewing papers. Bella Center, Room 20 Host: To present updates from the INCF international network about data and code sharing initiatives, including sharing clinical data.
To provide opportunity to connect with other researchers within and beyond Europe.
FENS provides the perfect opportunity for this. In this meeting we will share the latest work performed by each of the different groups.
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Particular attention will be given to those projects that have been done through collaboration of several research groups from the network, but will also discuss the directions and topics that the network will undertake in the near future. Why and How – Lessons from Europe Venue: Bella Center, Hall H Host: Emma Martinez; Kirk Mmci, Improving public understanding is central to gaining acceptance and, potentially, support for important scientific research where animals play a key role.
Through a series of short presentations and a workout group exercise we will illustrate best practices on animal research communications. Bella Center, Hall C 3538v Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience Contact person: Tycho Hoogland, At this event the kci of the Art of Neuroscience competition aon. Come and celebrate with this year s winners and previous awardees and toast to the beauty of the brain! A Complete Sensory Experience Venue: Mihaela Vincze, Our perception of food comes from a combination of sensory experiences that often influence each other.
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Although the visual appearance of food plays a major role mmci our expectations when we eat or drink, the smells, sounds and general context of 338c food experience can greatly influence the perception of flavor, which can vary in different settings. Join us for a unique, brain-inspired tasting experience! Amber Kerkhofs; Mirelle ter Veer Website: Angel Barco, Shira Knafo Website: Nutrition for the Ageing Brain Venue: Jeroen Schuermans, David Vauzour Website: Cerebral Cortical Cell Types Venue: Cajal Club; Christopher A.
Molecular Regulation of Depression Venue: DGI-byen Tietgensgade 65 Organisers: Elisabeth Wintersteller, Terri Gilbert Website: Edvard Thomsens Vej Organisers: European Population Neuroscience Venue: Mechanisms of neurodegeneration and progression: From mechanisms to therapies 3538f Parkinson s disease Venue: Panum Building building Harnessing the electric patterns of neurons for therapy Hyman Cambridge, USA The History of Neuroscience in Scandinavia Why so many layers and cell types?
S20 – Timing neurogenesis: Intrinsic and extrinsic factors S21 – 3538x design: How inhibitory circuits govern olfactory processing 338c – Non-coding RNA signals linking pain and mood disorders S23 – Understanding local and global circuit mechanisms for cognition in primates S24 – Interactions between excitatory and inhibitory synapses within local networks Break and Poster Viewing Poster Session III Reaching out to the scientific community, the public and the institutions Hall A Mentoring and PhD Thesis Prizes: Impact on synaptic plasticity?
Hall G S35 – Cellular and synaptic origins of walking, running, chewing, and breathing Hall D S36 – Neuronal oscillations and their role in visual perception – electrophysiology in non-human primates Hall E S37 – Crossmodal and associative signaling in primary sensory cortex Hall H S38 – Chronic pain disorders: Implications of mood and mfi circuitries Hall B S39 – What does the dentate gyrus do?
New insights from electrophysiology, behavior and in vivo imaging Hall I S40 – Dendritic encoding of neuronal network function and plasticity Why and How – Lessons from Europe Chairpersons control the switch between presentations. All speakers must submit their presentations in the Speakers Ready Room, on the ground level of the venue, at least 2 hours before the start of their session 35538c order to check their slides with the 35338c staff and upload the presentation onto the network.
The opening hours of the Speakers Ready Room are as follows: Speakers in morning sessions are strongly advised to pre-load their presentation the day before.
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Modification of the presentation is possible at any time prior to the session in the Speakers Ready Room. If using a PowerPoint presentation or any other PC based applicationplease note you need to bring it on a USB Memory stick and load it on one of the Conference computers in the 3538v Ready Room at least 1 hour before the start of the session.
Please note that the conference computers in the session halls are being supplied with Office If combining video films with PowerPoint, please make sure to check it in the session hall where your lecture is taking place during a coffee or lunch break prior to your session, at least 30 minutes before the start of the session – even after checking it in the Speakers Ready Room.
Alternatively you may supply your own laptop computer. In such a case please confirm that it has a VGA socket for external signal and come to check it first in the Speakers Ready Room as soon as you arrive and later on in the session hall where 3583c lecture 353c taking place during the coffee or lunch break prior to your session, at least 30 minutes before the start of the session. Important note for Macintosh users In order to use MAC presentations on a PC compatible computer please note that you need to prepare it according to the instructions below, before bringing it to the Speakers Ready Room: Alternatively you may use your own Macintosh laptop computer.