NeuroFrance 2021, 19-21 May - International virtual symposium
NeuroFrance, a symposium for the entire neuroscience community, is a unique opportunity for all those involved in research to share their discoveries and knowledge and to initiate new collaborations.
As a showcase for French neuroscience on the international stage, the NeuroFrance 2021 programme covers all areas of neuroscience and includes 7 plenary conferences with national and international speakers, 42 symposia, special sessions for young researchers and poster sessions.
The registration fees are very attractive for members of the Society for Neuroscience, in particular for students and post-doctoral fellows.
Contribute to the great challenges of tomorrow’s Neuroscience, present your latest results, propose an abstract for a poster presentation! ☞ Abstract submission deadline: 31 March 2021.
How life experiences leave traces in descendants: Epigenetic mechanisms in the germline.
Microglia at the crossroads of forebrain wiring and environmental signals.
Cellular and subcellular control of behavior.
Modelling of large-scale cortical circuits: macroscopic gradients and distributed cognition.
Primate social cognition: the role of the cortico-limbic system.
The making, keeping and losing of memory.
Circuit solutions for programming actions.
Reserve your place as soon as possible!
How well do you know the Society for Neuroscience?
It is an organisation that brings together nearly 2,000 members who advance basic and applied research in neuroscience. Created more than 30 years ago, the Society for Neuroscience plays a leading role in bringing together the various players in research.
Its support actions for young researchers and its communication towards the general public give the Society for Neuroscience a central position in its openings towards the world of research of tomorrow and the world of society, like the emblematic Brain Week that it coordinates every year.
Actively defending the neurosciences and the values of research with politicians and supervisory bodies, the Society for Neuroscience has naturally positioned itself among the founding members of the Collège des Sociétés Savantes Académiques de France. It is also a member of FENS (Federation of European Neuroscience Societies), IBRO and the French Brain Council.