With international keynote speakers including The Brain Prize winners, The Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize meetings aim to bring senior and early career investigators together in a small and informal environment to discuss progress and challenges in the field of the current year’s Brain Prize winners. These meeting are designed to promote the open exchange of ideas and knowledge, and to foster the formation of international collaborative networks.
The next Brain Prize Meeting, Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Mechanisms and Pathways to Treatment, will be held as a virtual meeting on March 1 – 4, 2021
Keynote speakers will include the 2020 Brain Prize winners, Professor Huda Zoghbi and Professor Adrian Bird.
Sessions will cover epigenetics, regulation of gene expression, neuronal dysfunction, diagnosis, and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Preliminary programme is available and registration is open for The Brain Prize 2021
See more info here.
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