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2 Day Conference: Neuroscience R&D Technologies (Munich, Germany - October 4-5, 2018) -


The "Neuroscience
R&D Technoligies"
conference has been added to's

This conference will focus on discussing the latest technologies in the
preclinical, translational neuroscience space and also drawing the
attention of the audience towards new innovations happening in
translational neuroscience imaging.

The conference further aims bringing in the experts from academia and
industry together to discuss how to create new, more effective
translational neuroscience drawing on novel technology and recent

There will be live case studies, keynote presentations and breakthrough
panel discussion sessions during the two-day meet.

Neuroscience research continues to evolve in order to cope up with
changing industry dynamics. Recent strategic partnerships and mergers
have not only experienced R&D cuts but also shut down of entire R&D
sites. As a result, industry is now more keen on investing in
biotechnology start-ups to build their new pipeline for neuro products.

Discovering medicines to treat neurodegenerative disorders like
Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Dementia has been extremely challenging in
the past decades. But through recent advances in stem cell technology,
functional neuroimaging, better animal models, neuromodulation and deep
brain stimulation; scientific understanding and expectations are now
gathering pace.

Why Attend?

  • First ever conference on application of technology in developing
    neurological treatments
  • Meet global heads of neuroscience from the industry and Academics
  • 100+ neuroscience professionals attending
  • Access to online presentations on-demand post-summit
  • Case studies presented from leading technology collaborations
  • Interactive panel and breakout sessions

Agenda Topics

  • Human IPSC and Blood Brain Barrier
  • Pre-clinical/Translational developments in CNS
  • Functional Neuroimaging Technologies
  • Optogenetics in brain mapping
  • Animal Models and mechanisms
  • Disease modeling and drug discovery
  • Deep brain stimulation and neuromodulation

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