9th International Symposium on Neuroprotection and Neurorepair 2016
Kongresshalle am ZooLeipzig, GERMANY Visit the Venue to read more
Dear Colleagues and Friends,
We cordially invite you to join us for the 9th International Symposium on Neuroprotection and Neurorepair (ISN&N), which will take place from April 19 to April 22, 2016.
In spring 2016, the ISN&N will take place in Leipzig, one of Germany’s nicest as well as most vibrant and prosperous cities. Leipzig has a strong and rich cultural, academic and particularly neuroscience history. The peaceful revolution leading to Germany’s reunification almost 25 years ago emerged from the streets of Leipzig.
In continuation of the successful past meetings with up to 400 participants, the scientific focus of the 9th ISN&N will be on cerebral ischemia, neurotrauma, neurodegeneration and related disciplines. Together, we will learn about and discuss the most recent and exciting findings from fundamental and translational neuroscience, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic developments.
Next to this, the 9th ISN&N will feature a number of new features such as topical minisymposia to be organized by participants. We are currently setting up an exciting program for you, which will soon become available online.
Please regularly browse our homepage or join our newsletter to learn about the latest and updates. We do look forward to welcome you in Leipzig!
With warmest regards,
Johannes Boltze, MD, PhD
Arai, KenBoston (USA)
Albert-Weissenberger, ChristianeWürzburg (DE)
Ayata, CenkBoston (USA)
Baron, Jean-ClaudeCambridge (UK)
Bauer, AdamSaint Louis (USA)
Bechmann, IngoLeipzig (DE)
Carmichael, TomLos Angeles (USA)
Changhong, XingBoston (USA)
Chen, JunPittsburgh (USA)
Clarkson, AndrewDunedin (NZ)
Claßen, JosephLeipzig (DE)
Cribbs, DavidIrvine (USA)
Cynis, HolgerHalle (DE)
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Kongresshalle am Zoo
Zoo Leipzig GmbH
Pfaffendorfer Str. 29
Leipzig – the vivid metropolis
Located in the heart of Germany and about one hour drive south-west of Berlin, Leipzig is one of the most prosperous German cities, enjoying an extraordinarily diverse and exciting city-flair.
As a university town or a place of business and trade, as a city of leisure and nature as well as a cultural hub – Leipzig captivates its visitors and inhabitants every time anew with its wide range of festivals, cultural highlights and rich history.
Poets, composers and artists such as Goethe, Schiller and Bach have shaped the city’s old and strong cultural landscape for centuries. Today, this active cultural life can be experienced in the famous Gewandhaus, the St. Thomas church, the central theater or the Leipzig Opera house. Museums, collections and galleries of contemporary art are a proof of the hip art scene, currently emerging in Leipzig and attracting numerous creative people from larger, but established and settled cultural hotspots.
Moreover, famous neuroscientists such as Paul Flechsig and Bernhard Katz studied and worked in Leipzig, contributing to its scientific reputation which is nowadays represented by one of the most modern European University hospitals as well as a powerful and productive research community.
Participants are invited to submit electronic abstracts for either poster only or oral preferred on one of the main topics of the conference.
The deadline for abstract submission is November 30, 2015. Thereafter, abstracts will be reviewed. Authors will be notified of their acceptance/rejection by end of January 2016.
The contact information defined on the abstract form must be that of the presenting author of an abstract and no one else. All correspondence (primarily by e-mail) will be sent to the presenting author.
Congress registration by at least one author is essential.
Guidelines for submission:
All abstracts must be submitted in English.
Authors are responsible for the literary standard of submitted abstracts. If necessary, authors are recommended to seek help of English speaking colleagues.
Standard abbreviations must be used. Other abbreviations must be defined in brackets after the first use of the word.
The title should be in capitals.
The abstract should be structured in paragraphs as follows: objective(s), material and methods, results and conclusion(s).
3000 characters (including punctuation and space characters) is the maximum length for an abstract text (excluding title, authors and affiliations). Please note abstract text has to be reduced by 500 characters per image (maximum number of 2 images per abstract).
It is the author’s responsibility to submit a correct abstract; any errors in spelling, grammar, or scientific fact will be published as typed by the author. Submitted abstracts can be re-opened for revision at any time before the deadline.
The Scientific Board of the International Symposium on Neuroprotection and Neurorepair proudly announces the
The Klaus Reymann Young Scientist’s Award and the
The Georg Reiser Prize on Neurobiochemistry
Professor Klaus Reymann and Professor Georg Reiser initiated the ISN&N series in Magdeburg, Germany and served as meeting presidents from 1996 to 2014. Both prizes are announced to honor the invaluable contribution and outstanding scientific excellence both provided for the meeting. Klaus Reymann und Georg Reiser still serve in the ISN&N Scientific Board.
The application for the Klaus Reymann Young Scientist‘s Award and the Georg Reiser Prize on Neurochemistry can be done along with the abstract submission.
Unique sponsoring possibilities have been elaborated to present your company at the 9th International Symposium on Neuroprotection and Neurorepair.
By becoming a sponsor you will moreover make a very important contribution to support this conference. Each sponsor and exhibitor will be announced on the congress website and in the final program.
Up to 350 participants are expected to attend an outstanding scientific program. The related exhibition provides a unique opportunity to establish direct links to scientists working in the fields of Neuroprotection and Neurorepair.
event lab. has compiled a list of sponsoring suggestions from which you can easily choose those appropriate for your company or combine various options. Please feel free to contact us for further information or individual sponsorship ideas. We are looking forward to receiving your order form.
For login details and for all questions regarding exhibition and sponsorship please contact
+49 - 341 – 24 05 96 81
Dr. Johannes Boltze
Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology
Perlickstr. 1 | 04103 Leipzig
event lab. GmbH
T: +49-(0)341-2405 9650