2018 Review

5th Biennial Meeting | June 13 -15 2018

Between June 13-15, more than 250 researchers came together for the 5th biennial meeting of the rmn² at our regular venue in beautiful Oberwesel.

Just some of the topics of this year’s meeting were: covering mechanisms of pain persistence and relief; gene regulatory mechanisms in brain development and function; the neuroscience of autism spectrum disorder; synaptic plasticity and learning in neuronal networks; and neurophysiology of cognitive functions.
As with previous events, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and we are extremely thankful to the inspirational speakers for their engaging presentations, which offered new and fascinating insights into their respective research areas.

We should also mention the high standard of the scientific posters exhibited by young scientists. They were undoubtedly impressive and an indication of the quality of science being carried out in the Rhine-Main area.

As always, social interaction was not neglected and there were ample opportunities for further discussions, networking and reconnecting.

The whole rmn² community is looking forward to the 6th Biennial Meeting, scheduled for June 24-26, 2020. Save the dates!

Programm of the 5th Biennial Meeting PDF for download