Conference - Brain Research in Europe: Structuring European Neuroscience, 18 September 2003, Brussels, Belgium

September 4, 2003

Brussels, 03 Sep 2003

Organiser
The European Commission in accordance with the European Parliament is organising a one-day conference on Brain Research in Europe during the Italian Presidency. The conference will be under the patronage of Commissioner Philippe Busquin in cooperation with MEPs Giuseppe Nistico and John Bowis.

Objectives
The general objective of this conference is to support the creation of a European Brain Research Area, and to explore how the Sixth Framework Programme can contribute to this.

Audience
The conference is by invitation only and is directed towards 250 representatives from the scientific community, including academia and industry, public administrations, research funding bodies, patients' organisations, European institutions, and the media.

Venue
The conference will be held at the Centre A. Borschette, room 0/A, rue Froissart 36, Brussels, Belgium

DG Research
http://europa.eu.int/comm/dgs/research/i ndex_en.html
Item source: http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/confe rences/2003/brain/index_en.html

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