[Neuroscience] Congress of Polish Neuroscience Society in Cracow(PL), 7-10.09.2005

Marcin Ciesielski mkciesielski at niszczspam.op.pl
Thu Jul 7 11:46:18 EST 2005


 
http://www.ptbun.org.pl/

PROGRAMME: http://www.ptbun.org.pl/ptbun_files/pns2005program.html





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7th International Congress

Kraków, September 7-10,2005



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GENERAL INFORMATION

 Dear Neuroscientists,

The Polish Neuroscience Society has the pleasure to invite you to 
participate to the 7th International Congress of the Polish Neuroscience 
Society which will be held at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, 
from September 7 to 10, 2005.

The Polish Neuroscience Society organizes international congresses every 
second year and they provide a forum for active neuroscientists from Poland 
and other countries working on many aspects on the nervous system, on 
different animal models, as well as on the human brain. The 7th 
International Congress shall comprise plenary lectures, symposia and poster 
sessions.

We are especially glad to host the 7th International Congress participants 
at the Jagiellonian University, the oldest in Poland and one of the oldest 
universities in the world. We are also fortunate to have the city of Kraków 
as the venue for the Congress. As an historic centre and the cultural heart 
of Poland, Kraków offers all the modern amenities of a popular tourist city, 
as we hope all participants will be able to discover for themselves.

The conference will be held in the Third University Campus, recently built 
and still under construction. The First Campus, located in old Krakow, 
encloses the University's historic buildings, including Collegium Maius, the 
oldest University building, where we will hold the Welcome Reception.

We hope that the Congress will provide an opportunity for all participants 
not only to present and discuss their recent scientific data and exchange 
information with others but also to visit magical places in Kraków.



Katarzyna Na³êcz

President of the Polish Neuroscience Society



El¿bieta Pyza

Chairperson of the Organizing Committee



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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

 Chairperson - Katarzyna Na³êcz

Members - Anna Cz³onkowska, Grzegorz Hess, Jerzy £azarewicz, Janusz Mory¶, 
Irena Nalepa, Ryszard Przew³ocki, Elzbieta Pyza, Krzysztof Turlejski

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 Chairperson - El¿bieta Pyza

Secretary - Alicja Görlich

Treasurer - Danuta Semik

Members - Jolanta Górska-Andrzejak, Marek Romek, Ewa Woch

PLENARY SPEAKERS

 Herta Flor (Germany)

Leszek Kaczmarek (Poland)

Pierre J. Magistretti (Switzerland)

Ian M. Meinertzhagen (Canada)

Freda Miller (Canada)

Jerzy Mozrzymas (Poland)

L. Trevor Young (Canada)



SYMPOSIA

 Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors: Role in Neurodegeneration and 
Neuroprotection

Proteomics in Neurosciences

Neuronal Mechanism of Mammalian Circadian Timing System

Neuronal Mechanisms Involved in Parkinson’s Disease

Animal Behaviour and Its Neural Mechanisms

Animal Models of Brain Disorders

The Neural Correlates of Cognitive Function in Man

Functional Plasticity of the Cerebral Cortex

Molecular Basis of Opioid Addiction

Development and Evolution of the Neocortex

Mechanisms Of Hippocampal Plasticity

Neuroplasticity and Neurorehabilitation

Behavioral Genetics - Genetic Basis of Neurophysiology and Behavior

Neural Differentiation of Non-Embryonic Stem Cells'



CONGRESS VENUE

 The 7th International Congress of the Polish Neuroscience Society will take 
place at Conference Centre of the Jagiellonian University Third Campus, 
Gronostajowa Street, Kraków, Poland

CONTACT ADDRESSES

 Meeting Secretariat

Department of Cytology and Histology

Institute of Zoology, Jagiellonian University,

Ingardena 6, 30-060 Kraków, Poland

semik at zuk.iz.uj.edu.pl

REGISTRATION, ACCOMMODATION, TOURIST PROGRAMME

 Please pirint out the registration form, fill out and mail or fax by April 
30, 2005 to:

Ms. Ewa Woch

TARGI W KRAKOWIE Sp. z o.o. (Trade Fairs and Congresses in Kraków)

31 - 586 Kraków, Poland

ul. Centralna 41 A

tel. +4812 6445932, +4812 6448165, +4812 6441270

fax. +4812 6446141

mobile. +48 509495538

e-mail: woch at targi.krakow.pl



REGISTRATION FORM



FEES

 Polish Neuroscience Society members

Early registration (Up to April 30th, 2005) - 450 PLN

Late registration (After April 30th, 2005) - 550 PLN



Others participants

Early registration (Up to April 30th, 2005) - 550 PLN

Late registration (After April 30th, 2005) - 650 PLN

Students 300 PLN

One day registration 120 PLN

M.Sc. Students 0 PLN *

*Students who have not graduated with M.Sc. title yet may attend the 
conference without paying the fee but have to register by sending an e-mail 
to Dr. Danuta Semik (semik at zuk.iz.uj.edu.pl)



ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

 The Scientific Programme Committee invites registered participants who wish 
to present a poster and all invited speakers to submit abstracts online. 
Please note that there will be not oral communications except plenary 
lectures and invited symposia.

Online abstract submission will be avaliable April 4, 2005

Deadline for abstract submission is May 7, 2005

Notification of abstract acceptance and time of presentation will be 
provided by e-mail.

Main guidelines for online abstract submission:

The whole abstract (i.e. title, author, affiliation and text) should not 
exceed 1600 characters, including spaces. On-line form will automatically 
count number of characters and will inform you. Do not use line breaks (i.e. 
enter) at the end of the text - it takes 2 characters. Such a "white spaces" 
are automatically wiped out before form submitting but are counted during 
abstract typing.

The official language of the Congress is English - abstracts must be in 
English.

Do not use national characters. Use only standard Roman alphabet, also in 
authors names.

Do not use Greek characters and signs, spell them out (alpha, gamma, etc.). 
Use of unusual fonts (such as Symbol) will result in weird characters in 
your final text.

If you copy-paste the text into abstract from a word processor, strange 
characters and signs may appear, especially if you used underlined, bold, 
italic or special symbols in your original text. Simply edit your abstract 
submission form and modify the text accordingly to eliminate all strange 
characters and signs.

Poster size: (A0) 118 cm high and 84 cm wide.







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