The European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) seats their biennial international scientific conference’s (FENS Regional Meeting) goal is to cover wide spectrum of European neuroscience research, which emphasized in the presentation of the Hungarian National Brain Research Programs results. Next year, this conference represents the annual meeting of the Hungarian Society for Neuroscience.
Thomas SÜDHOF (Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine in 2013 for the “discoveries of machinery regulating vesicle traffic, a major transport system in our cells”,Stanford University Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA) “Towards a molecular logic of neural circuits"
Hannah MONYER (University of Heidelberg, Germany) ”Short- and long-range inhibitory neurones governing spatial representation and memory"
Anders BJÖRKLUND (Neuroscience Center, University of Lund, Sweden ) „Use of embryonic stem cells for dopamine cell replacement in Parkinson´s Disease"
Akihiro KUSUMI (Kyoto University, Japan) "Single-molecule view of the plasma membrane organization for signal transduction"
Attila LOSONCZY (Columbia University Medical Center, USA) "Imaging hippocampal circuits for navigation and memory"
István MÓDY (UCLA BRAIN Research Institute, USA) "Interneurons in Alzheimer’s disease"