[Neuroinfo] Conference Aspects of Neuroscience [Warsaw, Poland, 25-27th November]

Daniel Borek dtborek at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 20:01:56 CEST 2016

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the Neurobiology Scientific Student Association at the Faculty
of Biology of the University of Warsaw we would like to invite you to* the
6th annual International Conference “Aspects of Neuroscience” *to be held
in Warsaw, Poland, from *November 25th to 27th, 2016*.

As in previous years, the Conference is divided into 4 sessions presenting
different approaches to Neuroscience:*Neurobiology, Cognitive Neuroscience,
Clinical Neuroscience *and* Computational Neuroscience*. Each thematic
session is opened by a lecture delivered by one of the guests who are
specialists in a given domain. This year we will host such outstanding
neuroscientists as *Prof. Eva Jablonka, Prof. Christian Lüscher, Prof.
David Price, Prof. Kevin Warwick, Prof. Giovanna Mallucci *and* Dr. Daniel
S. Margulies*.

Participants are encouraged to give an oral presentation in one of the
thematic sessions following the guest’s lecture or to present a poster
during the poster session (either in the experimental or theoretical

*Abstract submission deadline: 1st November 2016Passive registration
deadline: 10th November 2016*

The conference is intended for students, PhD students and research workers
in neuroscience or related fields. The interdisciplinary character of the
Conference is a base for integration of diverse scientific environments in
order to create new quality in brain research. The language of the
conference is English.

*For more information about the Conference visit our new website:*

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Yours sincerely,

Organizing Committee of the International Conference Aspects of Neuroscience
Neurobiology Scientific Student Association at the University of Warsaw
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