will take place in Torino, Italy from February 16–20, 2013.
Call for Abstracts and Early Registration - Now Open - Deadline December 10th, 2012
this is to announce the 7th meeting on Steroids and Nervous System that will be held in Orbassano (Torino) next February 2013.
As during the previous meetings, we will address state-of-the-art approaches in the field of steroids and nervous system, including behavior, epigenetics, genomic and non-genomic actions, aging, synaptic connectivity and psychiatric disorders.
A satellite symposium entirely dedicated to "Allopregnanolone: the state of art" will be held on the 16th. (http://www.dafml.unito.it/anatomy/panzica/neurosteroids/SNS13/satellite.htm)
During the main meeting, we will have 3 keynote lectures, 7 half day symposia, one round table and interactive poster discussions during the coffee and lunch sessions. The conference will be held at the hospital San Luigi Gonzaga (Orbassano, near Torino). Torino can easily be reached either by train or by plane. More informations are at our website http://www.nico.ottolenghi.unito.it/neurosteroids/
Fellowship applications have a separate deadline (November 25th)
Please visit our website in order to receive further information.
THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Roberto C. MELCANGI (I)
GianCarlo PANZICA (I)
Meeting Steroids and Nervous System
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will take place at the Santa Clara Eco Resort - Dourado, Brazil from August 20–23, 2011.
The Symposium will be open to all individuals interested in the area of neuroendocrinology, and will focus on the themes of endogenous rhythms, obesity, stress, reproduction, water balance and control of blood pressure.
The symposium will be limited to 150 participants. The deadline for registration for both the Symposium is April 30, 2011.
We invite you to look at the program on the webpage. For registration or more information, those interested should access the sites
Thank you for your cooperation and help.
Janete A. Anselmo-Franci
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