Connecting European Neuroscience

The Brain in Focus: New Approaches to Imaging Neurons and Neural Circuits

17-20 April 2016: Rungstedgaard - North Copenhagen, Denmark

Recent advances in optical microscopy have transformed neuroscience, providing an unprecedented view of the structure and function of neural systems. 

This conference will explore current developments in microscopy and related biophysical and computational methods for measuring and controlling the nervous system, from molecules to entire neural circuits.   

Click here and read the interview with Valentina Emiliani and Karel Svoboda about the achievements of optical microscopy in neuroscience.

Photo left: Holografic shaped pattern for the stimulation of a dendritic segment Photo right: Two photon 3D reconstruction of the retina bipolar layer


  Valentina Emiliani   Karel Svoboda
  Neurophotonics Laboratory   Janelia Research Campus
  CNRS-Paris Descartes University, France   Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA


 Venue: Rungstedgaard, North Copenhagen, Denmark


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The Brain Conferences Committee


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The Brain Conferences

The Brain Conferences are intimate-scale meetings focused on current topics in neuroscience. Two conferences per year are organised by FENS in collaboration with Lundbeck Foundation, the awarder of The Brain Prize.