Around 7,000 scientists from all over Europe, USA and Asia await the organizers of the Forum of European Neuroscience, which will take place from 7 to 11 July 2018 in Berlin. Thus, after 20 years, this international congress returns for the first time to the city in which the first forum took place 20 years ago - with almost 4,000 participants. The venue will be the CityCube Berlin in 2018.
The FENS Forum is Europe’s largest neuroscience meeting. Development, cognition, diseases of the ageing brain, stem cells and genetics are just a few of the key topics to be covered in an outstanding scientific programme, alongside lively networking and social events.
By uniting thousands of participants, the FENS Forum is a meeting point for the world’s top experts, mid-career scientists, post-docs and students.
At the FENS Forum 2018 there will be a dedicated Press Centre where you can work and interview speakers. Press conferences and informal discussions will take place.
FENS Forum press releases, abstracts and other relevant information will be available.
In addition to the speakers at the Press Conferences, experts will be on-hand to answer your questions on aspects of neuroscience.
We look forward to welcoming you to Berlin on 7 - 11 July 2018 for a scientific experience with the world’s top neuroscientists.
To register for the FENS Forum 2018 as a member of Press, please use the application form on the Website.
Contact the Media staff:
Elaine Snell (English language)
Snell Communications Ltd, London UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7738 0424 or +44 (0)7973 953 794
Barbara Ritzert (German language)
National Contact Point
ProScience Communications GmbH
Tel: +49 (0)8157 93970
FENS Communication officer
+32 2 545 0406
https://forum2018.fens.org/ Website FENS 2018
https://forum2018.fens.org/contact-press/press#.WuhP-NNuZJs media-informationen and media credentials policy
https://form.jotformeu.com/80163741684358 Online-Press Application
https://forum2018.fens.org/forum-programme/scientific-programme-(2)#.WuhPj9NuZJs scientific programm
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