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Invitation to the Bristish Neuroscience Association Biennial Meeting

 

Inviting you to the forthcoming high-profile British Neuroscience Association Biennial Meeting, to be held April 17-20th 2011 in the elegant spa town of Harrogate in Yorkshire, U.K.

This Meeting presents a cutting-edge programme which will showcase recent advances and cover broad themes of neuroscience. Our Biennial Meeting programme will present 20 outstanding symposia on topics spanning the breadth and depth of neuroscience, seven outstanding Plenary Lectures, in addition to special Satellite Symposia, participatory interactive Workshops, and evening activities.

Registration deadline: early bird - 31st January, 2011

Poster abstract submission deadline: 7th February, 2011  

Breaking hot topics presentation deadline: 7th February, 2011

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When

17th - 20th April, 2011

Where

Harrogate International Conference Centre, Harrogate, North Yorkshire

Description

The suggestions of the BNA Scientific Advisory Board, together with those from the BNA membership, and the Committee have resulted in a cutting-edge programme which will showcase recent advances and cover broad themes of neuroscience.

This high profile four-day Biennial Meeting, to be held April 17-20th 2011 in the elegant spa town of Harrogate in Yorkshire, U.K at the Harrogate International Conference Centre, has attracted much interest both within the UK and Internationally, with Plenaries, Session Chairs and Guest Speakers delighted to contribute to this symposia.

This Meeting includes extended poster sessions with topics assigned alongside symposia session themes. Scientific posters will be intermingled amongst the relevant exhibitions with refreshments available for the duration.

Evening activities will additionally be hosted for all delegates and sponsors to promote further interaction.

Further details, including how to register here.

Posted on 12/01/2011

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