We are pleased to announce the upcoming Symposium on "Advances in clinical techniques and challenges faced in the treatment of neurological disorders" organized jointly by the CIEN Foundation and the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network PurinesDX. The symposium will take place on October 24-25 at the Queen Sofia Foundation Alzheimer Center in Madrid and it is intended as a stimulating gathering to provide the participants with an understanding of some of the most relevant clinical challenges in brain disorders and the most novel techniques being developed for treatment of these diseases. The confluence of basic, translational and clinical research will be emphasized to foster the transmission of new scientific findings into therapeutic advances. Finally, the symposium is open to researchers, graduate and post-graduate students interested in the field, but pre-registration is required. Registration details will be available by mid-September. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Confirmed invited speakers: Dr. Justo García de Yébenes (CIBERNED, Madrid), Dr. Miguel Calero (CIBERNED, Carlos III Institute of Health, Madrid), Dr. Pascual Sánchez-Juan (CIBERNED, Marqués de Valdecilla Hospital, Santander), Dr. Fernando Maestú (Center for Biomedical Technology UPM, Madrid), Dr. Javier de Felipe (CIBERNED, Cajal Institute CSIC, CTB, Madrid), Dr. Antonio Oliviero (Paraplejics National Hospital, Toledo) and Juan Antonio Barcia (San Carlos Clinical Hospital, Madrid).
Workshops*: Dr. Alberto Rábano (CIEN Foundation Tissue Bank, CIBERNED, Madrid) and Dr. Bryan Strange (CIEN Foundation, CTB-UPM, Madrid).
*Workshop registrations are closed due to full capacity.