‘European Brain Research: Successes & Next Challenges’
Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Charlemagne Building, Brussels, Belgium
Discover the successes of EU-funded research
Help identify the next challenges for European brain research
This conference is open to the general public and free of charge
For more information we invite you to visit the conference website and programme
From the UK’s EU contact point:
I would like to inform you that the call for expression of interest for the selection of experts for EU Horizon 2020 advisory groups
was launched yesterday at 12pm; please see the press release
. Advisory groups will provide high quality and timely advice for the preparation of the Horizon 2020 calls for project proposals, in a number of areas of expertise, including in the area of health, demographic change and wellbeing.
Experts can register their interest through the dedicated webpage on the Horizon 2020 website here
. More detailed information is also provided there (e.g. full call text, guidance on how to register etc). The call for expressions of interest will stay open for the lifetime of the Horizon 2020 programme, and experts can register at any time; however only those having expressed their interest no later than 6 March 2013 at 17.00, Brussels local time
(CET) will be taken into account for the setting up of the first Horizon 2020 Advisory Groups. Applications are in a personal capacity.
This blog will be a forum for Researchers from Europe and beyond sharing an interest in the role and regulation of the cytoskeleton during brain development, function, regeneration and degeneration, both in health and disease. More will follow explaining the rationale, timeliness, importance and vast opportunities of this kind of research.
- The microtubule cytoskeleton in development and disease, Barcelona, Spain. 18-20 March, 2013; LINK
- Growing to Extremes: Cell Biology and Pathology of Axons, Granlibakken Resort, Tahoe City, California, USA, March 10—15, 2013; LINK
- Batsheva Workshop on Spatial Challenges in Neuronal Cell Biology, Lopatie Conference Center, Weizmann Institute of Science, 28-29 April 2013; LINK