10 January 2013

Berlin Brain Days 2013

20-22 November 2013

Conference website

http://www.neuroscience-berlin.de/bbd/overview/

Deadlines

Talks and poster: t.b.a.
Participation: t.b.a.

Keynote speakers 2013

t.b.a.

The Berlin Brain Days 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 were a great success, and the cooperation of the six Berlin neuroscience training programs will continue in 2013.

The format of the Berlin Brain Days

•    Thematic breadth across the various neuroscience sub‐disciplines
•    Involving international and national experts
•    Providing ample opportunity for doctoral students to present their research in talks and posters
•    Active support by Berlin faculty as hosts and juries

There will be six sessions, each with one keynote speaker and three thematic doctoral talks.

Please note: Doctoral students wishing to give a talk in one of the six sessions will have to attend an obligatory, advanced two-day training course in “How to present my topic to an interdisciplinary audience”.

Course dates: t.b.a. (Day 1) and t.b.a. (Day 2).

Session Organizers

International Graduate Program Medical Neurosciences
International Graduate School “Berlin School of Mind and Brain” (GSC 86)
Graduate School “Sensory Computation in Neural Systems” (GRK 1589)
Graduate School “Learning and Memory” (GRK 1123)
Helmholtz International Research School “Molecular Neurobiology”
Graduate School “The Brain as a Target of Inflammatory Processes” (SFB/TR 43)