Mark your calendars and prepare for our annual meeting hosted by our research teams in Essen and Würzburg. Taking place at Essen (Germany) from the 26th to the 28th of July at Deichmann-Auditorium, Teaching & Learning Centre (University Hospital Essen), this network meeting will gather once again our researchers, partners and the general public to delve into the importance and last advances of the cerebellum in controlling emotions.
CEN annual meetings are an invaluable forum where CEN researchers present their scientific progress and get training in relevant topics for their studies. At the same time, they interact with CEN partners to disseminate their findings with potential translational applications and learn about the current state-of-the-art neuroscience technologies and patients’ needs related to cerebellum and emotional disorders.
Attendees can look forward to a rich program featuring thought-engaging panel discussions, workshops, keynote lectures and social activities. On Wednesday 26th the event will open with a public lecture for patients, relatives, and all interested laypersons. Researchers, representatives from patient advocacy groups and clinicians will share their experiences and shed light on the importance of the cerebellum in emotions in the healthy population and individuals with neurological conditions. The second public lecture is on Thursday 27th in which Prof. Dr Javier F. Medina from Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, will give a presentation for researchers, doctors and anyone interested. Both public events can be followed in person or by Zoom through this link.
No registration is required for the public lectures and everyone interested is warmly invited. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with experts in the field, expand your knowledge, and forge valuable collaborations.
Please follow this link for the complete event agenda. Stay up-to-date with the latest news by following the official CEN Twitter account @CEN_ITN. Contact to email@example.com for any question.
Chairs Prof. Dagmar Timmann-Braun and Prof. Philip Tovote look forward to welcoming you to our third annual meeting in Essen.