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Forum for the Future of Neuroscience
August 23, 2023 @ 09:00 – August 24, 2023 @ 17:00 CEST
What will the next 10 years of Neuroscience look like?
The global coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected early career researchers. This meeting is a symposium geared toward young neuroscience investigators embarking on their own research programs. Bringing together young investigators from diverse subdisciplines of neuroscience in a single venue, where they can freely discuss the issues and future directions of their respective fields without the influence of more senior investigators, has the potential to shape the trajectory of neuroscience in the coming decade.
On the symposium’s first day, the event will take place at the Nobel Forum, located close to the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. The Nobel Forum is where the Nobel Assembly meets to select the annual Nobel laureates in physiology or medicine
On the symposium’s second day, the venue will shift to a more secluded location at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study in Uppsala. This venue, built in 1787 to house Linneaus’s botanical collection, is known for its peaceful and serene surroundings, which are conducive to scholarly and intellectual pursuits.
- Justus Kebschull JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
- Gioele La Manno EPFL
- Annegret Falkner PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
- Talmo Pereira SALK INSTITUTE
- Katharina Schmack FRANCIS CRICK INSTITUTE
- Ashley Juavinett UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO
- Sulagna Das EMORY UNIVERSITY
- Arkarup Banerjee CSHL
- Nikos Konstantinides INSTITUTE JACQUES MONOD
- Sam Golden UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
- Alessandro Furlan KAROLINSKA INSTITUTET
- Marek Bartosovic STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY
Arkarup Banerjee, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Annegret Falkner, Princeton University
Alessandro Furlan, Karolinska Institute
Daniel Fürth, SciLifeLab/Uppsala University
Contact for questions: Daniel Fürth
Event Website: https://triplef.life/
This event is sponsored by:
Marcus Wallenberg Foundation for International Scientific Collaboration