19th International Neuroscience Winter Conference
This conference has been established as a high-quality meeting on contemporary neuroscience for many years. For the 19th conference we aim at topping previous programs by inviting most distinguished neuroscientists as keynote speakers and select high-quality symposia. Sölden is an Alpine village about 1 hr drive from the city of Innsbruck in Austria. The venue is a 5-star SPA hotel in one of the largest ski resorts in Austria with a restaurant carrying prestigious awards by international restaurant guides. Normally approximately 150 participants, among them a large number of highly recognized scientists share the opportunity to meet colleagues in a relaxed and cosy atmosphere. During the day, time for skiing in the high altitude ski resort is perfectly possible in late March.
Tobias Bonhoeffer (Germany)
Nils Brose (Germany)
Alois Saria (chair, Austria)
Stephan Schwarzacher (Germany)
Elisabeth Binder (Germany)
Gero Miesenböck (UK)
Adi Mizrahi (Israel)
Beth Stevens (USA)
Tom Südhof (USA)
Sept. 1st 2016: Deadline for submission of symposia proposals
Feb. 10th 2017: Abstract deadline
Feb. 24th 2017: Cancellations with refunds
Mar. 15th 2017: Online registration closes
Regular Fee: EURO 396,- (including 20% VAT)
Student Fee: EURO 198,- (including 20% VAT)
Onsite Fee: EURO 456,- (including 20% VAT)
Please note that the online registration option closes on March 15th, 2017. Thereafter, only onsite registration and the onsite fee will be accepted.
All speakers are required to submit an abstract (approx. half-a-page or 250 words). Use the online registration form where you find an option (upload button) for submitting your abstract at the bottom of the page where you enter your personal information. Abstract file format must be MS Word or editable text, maximum file size 10 MB, no special characters in file name. Special characters in the text allow abstract upload, but may not appear correctly after the download for the electronic program book. All individually registered participants who are not selected as speakers may submit one abstract for poster presentation (no free oral communications) on any topic in neuroscience. Multiple abstracts by the same registered participant are not accepted. Poster board size will be portrait format, 100 cm (width) x 130 cm (height).