Deadline for registration: May 3, 2021
Registration is free, but mandatory
Deadline: April 25, 2021
Registration to the event is required to submission an abstract
The Department of Neurosciences of the Faculty of Medicine of the Université de Montréal is honored to take part in the organization of the 42nd International Neuroscience Symposium of the University of Montreal – Insula: Rediscovering the Hidden Lobe of the Brain.
This year, the event will take place on ZOOM from 10th to 11th of May 2021.
For this 42nd edition, the Symposium will bring together several experts in INSULA’s research. These will notably discuss the role of the insular cortex in emotions, decision-making, psychopathology and neurological diseases.
Olivier BOUCHER, Paul CISEK, Alain DAGHER, Karim JERBI, Didier JUSTRAS-ASWAD, Dang K. NGUYEN, Pierre RAINVILLE
Alain DAGHER, Lucina UDDIN, Antoine BECHARA, Luis GARCIA-LARREA, Bernard LE FOLL, Luiz PESSOA, Dana SMALL, Philippe KAHANE, Dang NGUYEN, Sarah N GARFINKEL, Fabienne PICARD, Tor D. WAGER, Georg NORTHOFF, William Kyle SIMMONS, Henri C. EVRARD, Wilma VAN DE BERG
The Tissue Microstructure Imaging GRC (July 18-23) and the related Gordon Research Seminar for the trainees (July 17-18) has a strong focus on imaging brain structure and function, discussing the relation between structure, connectivity and behavior, and will cover neuroimaging from all vantage points (MRI, ultrasound, photoacoustic tomography, X-ray, electron microscopy). World's best experts in all imaging modalities are gathered under one roof for this unique event.