Neurocenter Finland organises an event Translational research in neuroscience – from cellular signaling to new treatments. The purpose of the event is to increase interdisciplinary and translational dialogue and facilitate future collaborations. Plenty of time has been reserved for networking and partnering up!
The event kicks off on Wednesday, 29th of November in King’s Crown with a relaxed networking evening including pitching training. The main scientific event on 30th of November offers a full day program with various hot topics related to translational neuroscience research, development and innovations, and time for networking and dialogue during the breaks. Attendance is free of charge.
Neurocenter Finland’s mission is uniting researchers
The establishment of Neurocenter Finland has been assessed as part of the Health Sector Growth Strategy for Research and Innovation Activities and the Personalised Medicine project in an establishment project that was funded by Finnish ministries and coordinated by the University of Eastern Finland. Neurocenter Finland is established for the promoting national and international cooperation in neuroscience research, creating a better link between practical patient care and social and health sector innovations, and advancing innovations related to brain health. The objectives include better brain health and reduced cost of brain diseases in Finland, increased quality and impact of scientific research, and new innovations and their successful commercialisation. The Annual Event is meant to become part of Neurocenter Finland’s operations as an annually organised event.
Translational research in neuroscience – from cellular signaling to new treatments program and registration: https://neurocenterfinland.fi/annualevent2023/
Neurocenter Finland Annual Event:
Head of Services Kaisa Unkila, email@example.com
Coordinator Pirkko Kurvinen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Director Eero Rissanen, email@example.com