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27-28 May 2013 - The Convention Centre Dublin
Of all diseases, brain disorders present Europe's largest health, economic and social burden. According to recent estimates, approximately one-third of European citizens are affected by at least one brain disorder within a given year. In 2010, the estimated combined cost to EU member states and associated countries was €798 billion, which is comparable to the cost of cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes combined.
30th & 31st May 2013 - Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh
The Clinical Science of Regenerative Neurology symposium will celebrate the launch of the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic by bringing together world-leading experts in translational neuroscience to discuss how to take cutting-edge stem cell biology and regenerative neurology to the clinic. Topics include disease modelling, genetics, neurobiology and neuroimaging.
Friday 7 & Saturday 8 June 2013 - The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, West Hill, Putney, London, SW15 3SW
This two-day conference on June 7 & 8 offers delegates an opportunity to share knowledge and information on the therapeutic applications of music for those with neuro-disability through acquired or neurodegenerative conditions.
12th Jun 2013, 10:00 - 18:00 - Imperial College London, Wolfson Education Centre, Lecture Theatre 1
Chaired by Prof David Nutt
23rd - 26th June 2013 - University of Bath
Research into the fundamental mechanisms underlying neurological disease processes is an important and rapidly developing area, with huge potential significance, not least for developing novel therapeutic approaches. This joint meeting between the European Society for Neurochemistry and the Biochemical Society will bring together basic and clinical scientists, early-career and senior investigators to explore the recent advances in this area.
25-30 June 2013 - Grand Hotel Malahide, County Dublin
The Program Committee is soliciting proposals for symposia and satellites for the 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society to be held at the Grand Hotel, Malahide, County Dublin, Ireland, June 25-30. Click here for full-color flyer (you can download this and share with colleagues).
Thursday 27th June 2013 - Stamford Court, University of Leicester
This one-day symposium aims to bring together UK researchers working in the field of experimental stroke in order to discuss the utility of such models and potential problems that researchers face when undertaking such research. The overriding theme of the day will be to highlight different experimental approaches used to model stroke and the various measures (e.g. behaviour, imaging) that are used for assessing outcome.
3rd-5th July 2013 - Royal Agricultural University - Cirencester
15th-17th July 2013 - Anatomy Building, University College London
This exciting 3-day programme provides a detailed overview of human brain anatomy presented in a very clear and accessible way. The approach is unlike traditional anatomy courses and emphasises understanding over rote learning. A combination of integrated lectures and practicals gives the student a firm grasp of the three-dimensional structure of the brain and a solid understanding of the clinical and functional relevance of its different parts. Students find this approach enjoyable and a powerful aid to long-term recall.
15th-19th July 2013 - Bristol