Neuropathology continues to be the core discipline in research on diseases of the nervous system, linking basic and clinical neurosciences in diagnosis and research. Particularly in times of crisis, it is of pivotal importance to present neuropathology to the world as an indispensable and dynamic medicoscientific discipline. Remarkable advances in the neurosciences ensure that ICN 2010 will be a meeting of greatest interest and cutting-edge scientific reports. In the tradition of previous successful ICNs, there will be an outstanding list of speakers on a wide variety of subjects, comprehensive symposia, workshops on controversial issues, and debate fora on the plethora of original inputs from poster presentations. Please make already now a definite entry into your scheduler for this event.
ICN 2010 will be held immediately in sequence to PRION 2010 (Sept. 8-11, 2010), the global forum for research on prion diseases, at the same venue. This allows for the unique opportunity to have a joint meeting between both events on Sept. 11, with top-class symposia and lectures on transmissible and non-transmissible dementias.
With the opening of Salzburg Congress Center in 2001, a modern and flexible location with innovative high-level technology has been installed in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Situated in the heart of the historical city of Salzburg, more than 60 hotels of all categories as well as one of the world’s most complete baroque ensembles of churches, palaces and buildings can be found within walking distance of the congress venue.
Herbert Budka, Chair Organizing Committee
Hans Lassmann, Chair Scientific Committee
Johannes Hainfellner, Secretary General/ Treasurer
Tina Schlicksbier, Organizing Assistant
For registration details and information, visit www.icn2010.org