Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience to host Biennial Neural Circuits Research Conference 

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Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI)’s Biennial Neural Circuits Research Conference – known as the Sunposium – brings together neuroscience experts to discuss the latest findings and challenges regarding understanding neural circuits in March 2023.  

Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) will hold a Biennial Neural Circuits Research Conference – the Sunposium – March 6-8, 2023. The conference aims to create an international forum where neuroscientists can learn about the latest advancements in basic behaviors and processes of neural circuits as well as the challenges and complex issues that arise within research. Furthermore, the conference will foster and facilitate a collaborative approach between experts to solve crucial and pressing problems in the field. A fundamental understanding of the processes of neural circuits will aid researchers in finding and improving treatments for related neurological diseases. 

The conference features Eve Marder, a former NIH BRAIN Multi-Council Working Group member, and many speakers who have been support by the NIH BRAIN Initiative: 

David Anderson (California Institute of Technology) 

Yang Dan (University of California, Berkeley) 

Michael Häusser (University College London) 

Liqun Luo (Stanford University) 

Rob Malenka (Stanford University) 

Elly Nedivi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 

Vanessa Ruta (Rockefeller University) 

Bernardo Sabatini (Harvard University) 

Lin Tian (University of California, Davis) 

Michael Yartsev (University of California, Berkeley) 

The conference will be held in West Palm Beach, Florida and the abstract submission deadline is December 15, 2022. For more information on details and registration, click here

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