Despite huge efforts and technical advances in neuroscience, the molecular mechanisms underlying memory formation, storage, and recall are still far from understood. At this meeting, world-leading researchers within the field were invited to present their latest research and the status of current knowledge, identify key scientific questions, and discuss new directions of memory research.
Junior researchers were strongly encouraged to participate, as this meeting presented a unique opportunity to discuss their projects with experts within the field and establish valuable contacts.
The program featured former winners of The Brain Prize and Nobel Prize in addition to other prominent speakers. Furthermore, we were very excited that the Official Announcement of The Brain Prize Winner(s) 2019 on 5 March was included as part of the program. The announcement was followed by a reception for The Brain Prize Winner(s) and all participants.
The Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF, www.dg.dk)
The Brain Prize (www.thebrainprize.org)
Center for Proteins in Memory - PROMEMO (www.promemo.au.dk). A DNRF Center of Excellence at Aarhus University, Denmark, dedicated to the study of proteins in memory
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen (www.healthsciences.ku.dk)
- in collaboration with the Danish Society for Neuroscience (www.dsfn.dk)
5 - 7 March 2019
Mærsk Tower, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Copenhagen University, Blegdamsvej 3B, Denmark
DKK 1100 (Approx. EUR 150)
31 January 2019