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EMBO Workshop Axons 2021: Structure and Funtion

Join us for an exciting opportunity to present and discuss cutting edge neuroscience at an in-person meeting hosted in the Tuscan hills around Il Ciocco (Italy), October 2nd - 6th 2021! The JKU's Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology is proud to join colleagues at the Netherlands Institute of Neuroscience in Amsterdam and King's College London in organizing the much-anticipated follow-up to "Axons in the hills", which was hosted in Heidelberg, Germany in 2018. We now invite the international neurosciecne community to join us in beautiful Tuscany for another round of top notch science and an opportunity for early career researchers to present their latest findings in the field of axonal structure, function and pathology.
axons 2021

Axons are fundamental to information processing in the nervous system, yet remain enigmatic in many basic aspects of their structure, function and plasticity. This EMBO Workshop aims to bring together current leading and early-career (EC) researchers with students, to share and discuss their work in diverse fields of axon biology. Interactive sessions will feature the fields of axon physiology, biophysics, structural biology, cytoskeletal dynamics, neuron-glia organization, activity-dependent reorganization, and axonal disorders. Combining speaker sessions with poster presentations, networking activities and social events will ensure that junior researchers and established scientists share and exchange the latest fundamental insights within a stimulating interactive environment

We are doing everything we can to make this a live on-site meeting, in which remote participation also will be made possible via an online platform. Currently, we strongly encourage you to register quickly and to indicate whether you plan to attend in person or virtually. No fees are payable at the present time, but registrations for in-person attendance are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis and subject to eligibility criteria outlined in detail below.

Registration deadline: July 30th 2021 - follow the link below to learn more!