29 June 2016 – 1 July 2016 – Helsinore, Denmark


Contact: Mirelle ter Veer & Amber Kerkhofs

Neuroscience as a whole is the quickest evolving field in science, almost 100.000 articles on neuroscientific topics were published in 2014 alone. As a young neuroscientist, it is hard to keep up with what is happening throughout the field of Neuroscience. Yet this knowledge from other subfields is needed to come up with provocative theories and to be able to develop new techniques. After all, optogenetics would not have been developed without the combined knowledge from optics and biology, and grid cells would not have been discoveredwithout the researchers’ curiosity in both behavior and cellular neuroscience.

Randall Platt, Ph.D., Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
Tania Rinaldi Barkat,Ph.D.System Neuroscience
Peter Kind,Ph.D., Developmental Neuroscience
Maiken Nedergaard, M.D., D.M.Sc, Neuronal and synaptic communication
Susanne Ditlevsen, Ph.D., Computational Neuroscience
Marc Slors, Ph.D., Philosophy of Neuroscience