The Brain Prize Meeting 2019 will take place on 25-27 November 2019 in Copenhagen.
With international keynote speakers including the 2019 Prize winners, this Meeting aims to bring a broad range of researchers to discuss why small vessel disease has emerged as a major contributor to dementia worldwide. Registration and call for abstracts now open.
The Brain Prize Meeting 2019: "Silently Losing the Brain - the enigma of small vessel disease"
25-27 November 2019, Copenhagen, Denmark
With international keynote speakers including the 2019 prize winners, The Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize Meeting aims to bring a broad range of researchers to discuss why small vessel disease has emerged as a major contributor to dementia worldwide.
In a mash-up of emerging clinical and experimental research and researchers this meeting will be the perfect stage for discussing how this up-and-coming field will progress from here.
The Brain Prize Meeting is organised by the Lundbeck Foundation in collaboration with Danish Universities and Danish Society for Neuroscience.
Deadline for registration: 25 October 2019
Call for abstracts now open
Participants are invited and encouraged to submit one or more abstracts. All PhD students attending are required to submit an abstract. Abstracts dealing with topics outside of the main theme of the meeting are also welcome. All submitted abstracts will be presented as either short oral presentations or poster presentations.
Deadline for abstracts: 25 October 2019
For more information, please visit The Lundbeck Fondation website.