Monday 31 October 2016 until Wednesday 2 November 2016
Hindsgavl Castle, Middelfart, Denmark
Invited keynote speakers
Invited special lecture
'New Talent Talk'
The meeting is certified by the University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University and the University of Southern Denmark as an external Ph.D. course worth 1 (one) ECTS point.
Jean-François Perrier, University of Copenhagen, Martin Røssel Larsen, University of Southern Denmark, Morten Skovgaard Jensen, Aarhus University, Anders Nykjær, Danish Society of Neuroscience and Aarhus University and Jan Egebjerg, H.Lundbeck A/S.
Lundbeckfonden in collaboration with University of Copenhagen, University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University and Danish Society for Neuroscience.
Lundbeckfonden is the sole sponsor of this meeting.
AUDIENCE AND LANGUAGE
The meeting is open to participants from Denmark and abroad. The meeting is open to junior and senior scientists in the field of basic as well as clinical brain research.
The number of participants is limited to 120.
The language is English.
Participants are invited and encouraged to submit one or more abstracts. Abstracts dealing with topics
outside of the main theme of the meeting are also welcome. All submitted abstracts will be presented as either oral presentation or poster presentation.
Deadline for abstracts: 01 October 2016.
Poster size is A0: 1189 (H) x 841 (W) mm
JUNIOR BRAIN PRIZE
A prize of 2.500 Euros will be awarded for the best presentation.
Deadline for registration: 01 October 2016.
You will receive an e-mail invoice from Lundbeckfonden. Your registration is complete and will be confirmed once your payment is received. Please note that the registration fee is non-refundable.
Registration is free of charge for the first 10 undergraduates, for the following undergraduates the registration fee is DKK 1000,-.
Registration fee is DKK 1000,- for the first 30 PhD Students, for the following PhD Students the registration fee is DKK 2500,-.
Registration fee for all other participants is DKK 2500,-.
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
Once annually Lundbeckfonden awards The Brain Prize - a € 1 mio. personal prize. The prize is awarded as an important part of the aim of the Foundation: 'to boost interest in brain research and its results, to stimulate and reward outstanding brain research and to stimulate Danish research through an expanded interplay with other European brain research, and thus to improve the scientific basis for progress in the prevention, diagnostics and treatment of diseases and disorders of the brain and nervous system'.