FENS Regional Meeting 2017
20-23 September 2017 Hungary, Pécs, Kodaly Centre
The regional FENS meeting in Pécs will focus on the most recent discoveries in neuroscience from molecules to behaviour, highlighting discoveries of translational potential. In addition to the wide range of scientific insights a special emphasis will be placed on cutting-edge technologies. The conference will be held for four days and will include six plenary speaker sessions, numerous symposia and poster sessions.
Pécs, the Mediterranean city of Hungary, is located in the South of Hungary. It can be easily reached by train or long distance bus service
from Budapest. The Kodály Centre is situated within 10 minutes walking from the city centre.
Conference venue:In 2010 Pécs was one of the three cultural capital cities of This occasion served as a great purpose to build and design several new buildings,among these the Kodály Centre, with the Conference Centre
and the Concert Hall.
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Members of the Scientific Committee:
Dept. of Anatomy, University of Pécs,secretary of the Hungarian Neuroscience Society
Dept. of Physiology, University of Szeged, Hungary
President of Hungarian Neuroscience Society,
Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Past President of the Hungarian Neuroscience Society,
Past President of FENS, Honorary President of the Conference,
Director of Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Rui M. Costa
Programme Committee Chair of the FENS Forum
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (UNIVERSITY OF PECS)
Members of the University of Pécs Centre for Neuroscience (UPCN), at the
Szentágothai Research Centre in Pécs, that includes altogether 22 local neuroscience
research groups and around 150 neuroscientists.
István Ábrahám Dept. of Physiology, President of UPCN (also member of the program committee)
Róbert Gábriel Dept. of Experimental Zoology and Neurobiology (also member of the program committee)
Hajnalka Ábrahám Dept. of Medical Biology
Boldizsár Czéh Neurobiology of Stress Research Group
Zsuzsanna Helyes Dept. of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy
István Hernádi Dept. of Experimental Zoology and Neurobiology
Andrea Tamás Dept. of Anatomy