Neurocon 2023: Unveiling the Next Frontiers in Neuroscience Research
Online on 27-28 October 2023 - Neurocon 2023, organized by the Mindlifeline Association, is set to bring an exceptional event dedicated to deep explorations of neuroscience, neurobiology, and neuropsychology to the scientific community. The event will take place online, and to participate, we invite you to register on the event website.
One of the highlights will be the presence of Professor Karl Friston from the University College of London, one of the most influential researchers in the field of neuroscience. Alongside him, the list of speakers includes prestigious names such as Professor Claudio Babiloni from the University of Sapienza in Rome, Professor Illana Gozes, Ph.D. from Tel Aviv University, and many others.
The central theme of the conference will be Alzheimer's Disease, and participants will have the privilege to explore new methods of identifying this condition and become acquainted with innovative analyses of its early stages.
The event will feature two panel discussions, each addressing the unique perspective of neuroscience research. The first day will be moderated by Dr. Cristiana Dimulescu from Technische Universität Berlin, an expert in advanced neuroscience research.
The second day will be dedicated to discussions regarding Alzheimer's disease and neurobiology, guided by Prof. Maria Theresa Fiorenza from the University of Sapienza in Rome.
The Guest List of Neurocon 2023:
Prof Karl Friston de la University College Of London,
Prof Claudio Babiloni de la Universittatea Sapienza din Roma
Prof Illana Gozes, Ph.D. de la Universittaea Tel Aviv
Prof Agenor Limon, de la Universittea din Texas
Prof Maria Theresa Fiorenza de la Universittatea Sapienza din Roma
Prof. Gesa Hartwigsen de la Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Dr. Christoph Metzner de la the Technische Universität Berlin,
Prof Thomas Nowotny de la Sussex University
Justine Moonen, PhD. de la Amsterdam Alzheimer Center.
Neurocon 2022 was a significant event in neuroscience, bringing together leading experts and researchers from around the world to share their latest findings and insights.
he conference was organized by Mindlifeline NGO and took place online.
The conference program included a variety of formats, such as keynote speeches and panel discussions, The theme of the panels was related to TMS and AI.
Speakers covered neuropsychology, neurobiology, cognitive neuroscience, and artificial intelligence.
Overall, Neurocon 2022 was a great success, and the organizers look forward to continuing to build on its momentum in future conferences.