Brain Prize Lecture by John Hardy, 2018 prize winner and Karl Deisseroth, prize winner 2013, ECNP congress, Copenhagen

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. Karl Deisseroth, Brain Prize winner from 2013 will give a keynote lecture on Saturday, September 7 at 7 pm. Title of his talk is “Linking circuit dynamics …

Brain Prize Lecture by Gyuri Buzsaki, 2011 prize winner, JNS Annual Meeting, Niigita, Japan

As neuroscience and neurochemical research continue to expand on a global scale, the Japan Neuroscience Society and the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry have organized NEURO2019 as a joint meeting with the theme of “Brain Science Takes Flight: Bridging the Mind and Life,” by focusing on the most recent developments in modern neuroscience and providing an …

Brain Prize Lectures by Richard Morris, 2016 prize winner and John Hardy, 2018 prize winner, FENS regional meeting, Beograd, Serbien

The next FENS Regional Meeting, FRM 2019 will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, 10-13 July 2019. Jointly organized as a regional partnership between -Serbian Neuroscience Society -National Neuroscience Society of Romania -Neuroscience Society of Turkey. Wednesday, July 10 at 6 pm John Hardy, Brain Prize winner from 2018 gives a talk on “Genomics of neurodegenerative …

Brain Prize Lecture by Bart De Strooper, 2018 prize winner EAN conference 2019, Oslo

The 5th congress of the European Academy of Neurology takes place in Oslo. During the Presidential Symposium on Sunday, 30 June 2019 at 10.00 you can hear Bart De Strooper, Leuven, Belgium – Brain Prize winner from 2018. The Brain Prize Lecture is called “The prodromal, cellular phase of Alzheimer’s Disease: towards a novel understanding …

FENS Brain Prize conference “Dynamics of the Brain: temporal aspects of computation”, Copenhagen

The Brain Conferences are intimate-scale meetings focused on current topics in neuroscience. Two conferences per year are organized in collaboration with The Brain Prize. 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 …

Brain Prize Lecture by Graham Collingridge, 2016 prize winner, CAN, Toronto, Canada

Wednesday, May 22 at 5:30 pm at the 13th Annual Canadian Neuroscience Meeting in Toronto you have the chance to meet Graham Collingridge, Brain Prize winner from 2016. The title of his talk is “The Molecular basis of Hebb synapses”. The CAN meeting program is composed of morning feature plenary lectures followed by plenary symposia …

The Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize Lectures, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen (Jerne Auditorum)

In celebration of The Brain Prize 2019 the Lundbeck Foundation is pleased to invite you to this year’s Prize Lecture. Wednesday, 8 May 2019from 15:00 – 17:30 at the University of Copenhagen, Panum, Blegdamsvej 3B in Copenhagen – Niels K. Jerne auditorium. The programme is as follows: 15:00       Welcome15:05       Professor Marie-Germaine …

FENS Brain Prize conference “Understanding and targeting Alzheimer’s disease”, Copenhagen

The Brain Conferences are intimate-scale meetings focused on current topics in neuroscience. Two conferences per year are organized in collaboration with The Brain Prize. The Brain Prize conference in May focuses on Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia poses one of the largest health and economic problems in the world with over 50 million people worldwide living with …

Infant back to smiling self after brain surgery

Timely intervention at RAK Hospital saves four-month-old from potential brain damage and stunted development Ras Al Khaimah: Doctors at RAK Hospital saved a four-month-old baby from brain damage or consequent mental retardation after carrying out a challenging brain surgery against many odds and in critical circumstances. The infant, Abdullah, was flown in from his native …