Neural stem cells and cortex development

8 June 2018

June 8, 2018
Li├Ęge, Belgium

(Spring meeting of the Belgian Society for Cell and Developmental Biology).

The cerebral cortex is an evolved layered structure that provides the biological substrate for processing sensory information, motor function, sensation, language processing and cognitive capacity. Therefore understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulates cell number and diversity, migration and circuit assembly is critical to shed light into cortical development in health and disease.
The topics covered by the meeting are ranging from stem cell research and neurogenesis to brain wiring. Outstanding speakers from USA and Europe will give exciting talks for broad audience. All attendees will have the opportunity to present their work in poster format. Ten abstracts will be selected for oral presentation and poster teaser.

For Registration:

Call for Abstracts
The BSCDB meeting strives to promote interactions between senior and junior scientists. We encourage all participants to submit an abstract.
The poster sessions are scheduled during lunch times and dedicated sessions.
Authors are invited to submit abstract in PDF format on the website.
The deadline for abstract submission is on May 18, 2018