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Invitation

 

Dear Neuroscientists,

The 22nd Turkish Neuroscience Congress will be held by Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa and the Brain Research Association-Türkiye between September 3-6, 2024 at Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa Avcılar campus.

Since its inception in 2002, The Turkish Neuroscience Congress, one of the most important scientific activities contributed by the Brain Research Association, has played a pivotal role in advancing the field of neuroscience in Türkiye with the courses contributing to the education of young researchers and competent speakers in basic and clinical fields. The Turkish Neuroscience Congress, which has been held regularly for more than twenty years, allow neuroscientist to share their scientific studies in a critical environment.

"Neurodegeneration from Molecular Markers to Neuroimaging" has been chosen as the thematic focus of the 22nd Turkish Neuroscience Congress, where conferences, courses, panels and presentations will take place in all fields of neuroscience: from molecular and cellular neuroscience to sensory and motor systems, from cognitive neuroscience to clinical and computational neuroscience. An efficient academic platform is offered for neuroscience researchers to share the latest and current developments in neuroscience and build important collaborations nationally and internationally.

You can follow the latest on the congress website as well as the Brain Research Association-Türkiye website and social media accounts.

We look forward to your valuable suggestions, support, participation and contributions during the preparation process for the 22nd Turkish Neuroscience Congress and the congress itself, and we hope to meet you in Istanbul in September.

 

Congress Co-Chair
Prof. Erdinç Dursun (Istanbul University-Cerrahpaşa)
Prof. Tamer Demiralp (Istanbul University, President of the Brain Research Association)