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Registration for The Brain Prize Meeting 2017 – “Rewarding Neuroscience” - is now open

29 June, 2017 in FENS News

Register now to make sure to participate in this years’s Brain Prize Meeting (30 October -1 November 2017, Hindsgavl Castle, Denmark)

The Brain Prize Meeting 2017 – Rewarding Neuroscience

The Brain Prize Meeting 2017 brings together excellent speakers and researchers under the theme ‘Rewarding Neuroscience’ inspired by this year’s Brain Prize awarded to: Peter Dayan, Ray Dolan and Wolfram Schultz  ‘for their multidisciplinary analysis of brain mechanisms that link learning to reward, which has far-reaching implications for the understanding of human behaviour, including disorders of decision-making in conditions such as gambling, drug addiction, compulsive behaviour and schizophrenia’.

The meeting is taking place at Hindsgavl Castle in Denmark, which provides an excellent setting for close interaction between neuroscientists at all levels. Register now to join your colleagues at this high-level neuroscience meeting.

Register now

Deadline for registration and submission of abstracts: 10 October 2017


Prize winners
Peter Dayan, University College London, United Kingdom
Ray Dolan, University College London, United Kingdom
Wolfram Schultz, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Invited keynote speakers
Roshan Cools, Radboud University Medical Center, The Netherlands
Patricia Janak, Johns Hopkins University, USA 
Morten Kringelbach, University of Oxford & Aarhus University, United Kingdom and Denmark
Yael Niv, Princeton University, USA
Melanie Wilke, University Medicine Goettingen, Germany

Invited special lecture
Demis Hassabis, DeepMind, United Kingdom

'New Talent Talk'
Ciara McCabe, University of Reading, United Kingdom

For detailed information, please visit The Brain Prize webpage.


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