Kay Redfield Jamison, USA, world-renowned psychiatrist and patient advocate. Read more
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Six plenary lectures, 42 symposia, three new Top papers sessions and much more.View complete programme
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The next in our series of 'in depth' interviews, with key people in the field, looking at their work and what it says about the future of applied neuroscience.
Suzanne Dickson is Professor of Physiology and Neuroendocrinology at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. A leading figure in the neurobiology of appetite, her work has particular focus on how food intake and feeding behaviour is controlled. Much of her emphasis is on the effect of endocrine and metabolic signals, chiefly ghrelin – a gastrointestinal hormone recognised as having a major influence on energy balance.
General Assembly of ECNP members taking place in Vienna
The next General Assembly will take place during the 29th ECNP Congress on Monday 19 September (12.15 hours) at the Austria Center Vienna.
CPO HANSER SERVICE has been appointed by ECNP as the official registration & hotel secretariat for the 29th ECNP Congress, Vienna 2016 and is the only company offering accommodation on behalf of ECNP.
After this date you can only register on-site and higher registration fees apply.
We offer several activities that are exclusively for junior scientists: Career development sessions, the Science-on-the-rocks that is taking place at a location in the city centre of Vienna and much more...
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