11th WORLD CONGRESS OF NEUROSCIENCE IBRO 2023

9-13 SEPTEMBER 2023

Join us in Granada, Spain

 IBRO International Brain Research Organization

IBRO and the Spanish Neuroscience Society (SENC) are excited to announce that the 11th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience will be hosted by SENC at the Granada Exhibition and Conference Centre from 9-13 September 2023.

Granada
11th World Congress of Neuroscience
IBRO 2023
9 – 13 September 2023.

Don’t miss this opportunity.

Dates to remember

January 2023
Call for abstracts submission

January 2023
Open registration online

Spring 2023
IBRO World Congress Travel Grant Applications

May 2023
Deadline of Ealy bird registration fee

 

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This World Congress represents a unique opportunity for neuroscientists from around the world to come together and and enjoy this fascinating field of science in one of Europe’s most impressive cities. Spain has a strong neuroscience tradition with the legacy of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, and is now home to many internationally acclaimed brain research institutions including the Cajal Institute in Madrid, the Institute of Neuroscience in Alicante, the Institute of Neuroscience at the University of Barcelona and the Achucarro Basque Center for Neuroscience, to name only a few. The Spanish Neuroscience Society (SENC) strengthens this extensive research network with its numerous activities and more than 1000 members.

Granada, the host city of the 11th IBRO World Congress, is located in southern Spain’s Andalusia region. The city has a population of 240,000 people, with over 65,000 students, lecturers, researchers and administrative staff at the historic University of Granada (founded in 1531). Granada is a walk-friendly city that offers many cultural activities at any time of the week and is less than one hour away from the mountains and the Mediterranean sea. It also boasts three UNESCO world heritage sites, including the famous Alhambra palace.

We can’t wait to work together and welcome the global neuroscience community to Spain in 2023!

Honorary President: Carlos Belmonte

Professor of Human Physiology (emeritus), he was secretary-general (1997-2000) and then president (2008-2013) of the International Brain Research Organization and of the Spanish Society of Neurosciences. He founded the Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante, a joint centre of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas and the Universidad Miguel Hernández. He belongs to the Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, Academia Europea Akademie der Wissenschaft Mainz (Germany), Academy of Sciences, Cordoba (Argentina) and several Academies of Medicine in Spain. He has received many prizes, amongst them the Rey Jaime I National Research Award, the Gregorio Marañón National Biomedical Research Award, the Nature Lifelong Mentorship Award, the Endre Balazs Award for Eye Research from ISER, the European Vision Award from the European Vision Institute, the Alcon Award and the Honourable Mention from the ARVO Foundation (USA) for his outstanding contribution to research in vision and ophthalmology.

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