Nordic Neuroscience 2017 is the meeting for all neuroscientists in the Nordic and Baltic states. The objectives are to facilitate interactions between neighboring countries and establish networks for future collaborations. The overarching aim is to achieve a greater knowledge of the neuroscience carried out in this part of the world.
Nordic Neuroscience started as a bi-annual concept, where the first meeting was held in Trondheim, Norway in 2015. The first meeting was considered a success, and the participants decided on last day that a next meeting would take place in Stockholm, Sweden in June the year of 2017.
The conference gives you the opportunity to attend great plenary lectures and symposia, have prolific discussion, meet and talk with experts from same field of research, check the latest products from exhibitors and create a network inside Nordic countries.
The general format of the conference is similar to that of the Trondheim meeting, with five plenary lectures and nine symposia covering a range of topics, with two to three symposia running in parallel at the same time. Poster sessions and the exhibition is an essential part of the program and we welcome both scientists and companies/organizations to present their work and products.
The Nordic meeting is organized by the different Nordic Neuroscience Societies in conjunction with the Scandinavian Physiological Society, which has formed a Special Interest Group (SIG) called Nordic Neuroscience with the aim to facilitate interactions between neuroscientists in the Nordic countries. To join the group, please press here.
Bryndis Birnir, Clive Bramham, Sten Grillner, Poul Henning Jensen, Dan Lindholm, Cecilia Lundberg,
Edvard Moser, Ragnhild Paulsen and Menno Witter