The FENS 2022 plenary lectures and special lectures will bring you the very latest neuroscience updates, from leading international experts.

Take a look at the sessions and speakers below and start planning your Forum schedule.

Saturday, 9 July PL01 – Fred Kavli Opening Lecture (18:00-19:00)

Neurobiology of social behaviors. Catherine Dulac (US)

Sunday, 10 July PL02 – Plenary Lecture (08:30-09:30)

From memory to gut microbes: an unexpected path to discovery. Mauro Costa-Mattioli (US)

PL03 – Plenary Lecture (17:30-18:30)

   Huntington’s disease: From neurodevelopment to neurodegeneration.  Sandrine Humbert (FR)

Monday, 11 July PL04 – Hertie Foundation Lecture (08:30-09:30)

Assembly and operation of the neocortex. Song-Hai Shi (CN)

PL05 – Presidential Lecture (17:30-18:30)

The molecular logic of synapse formation. Thomas C. Südhof  (US)

Tuesday, 12 July PL06 – Plenary Lecture (08:30-09:30)

Dendrites as key players in biological and artificial intelligence. Panayiota Poirazi (GR)

PL07 – Plenary Lecture (17:30-18:30)

Hungry brains and clever guts. Irene Miguel-Aliaga (UK) 

Wednesday, 13 July PL08 – ERA-NET NEURON Lecture (08:30-09:30)

Developmental cognitive neuroscience in the era of big data. Damien Fair (US)

PL09 – Closing  Plenary Lecture (13:00-14:00)

Organization of neural activity across the brain. Matteo Carandini (UK)

Special Lectures

Saturday, 9 July SL01 – FENS – EJN Awards Lectures (13:30-15:00)

Harnessing bone-marrow derived myeloid cells to combat Alzheimer’s disease: A Trem-2 independent activity. Michal Schwartz (IL)

Sunday, 10 July SL02 – The Brain Prize Lectures 2021 (13:30-15:00)

Site of action of drugs blocking CGRP signalling in migraine. Lars Edvinsson (SW)

 

Calcitonin gene-related peptide in cluster headache. Peter Goadsby (UK/US)

 

Trigeminovascular System as a Migraine Target: How did it begin and when will it end? Michael Moskowitz (US)

 

Translating migraine molecular mechanisms from man to animal. Jes Olesen (DK)

 

SL03 IBRO – Kemali Prize Lecture (13:30-14:15)

SL04 – EDAB Special Lecture on Neuroethics (13:30-14:15)

Neuroethics and AI ethics: towards a productive interaction. Arleen Salles (SW/AR)

Monday, 11 July SL05 – Host Society Special Lecture (13:30-14:15)

Development of multiciliated cells. Nathalie Spassky (FR)

SL06 – EDAB Max Cowan Special Lecture (13:30-14:15).

From primate anatomy to human neuroimaging: Linking circuits to psychiatry. Suzanne Haber (US)

SL07 – Boehringer Ingelheim FENS Research Award Lecture  (13:30-14:15)

Tuesday, 12 July SL08 –  The EBBS Special Lecture (13:30-14:15)

Flexible inferences in the prefrontal hippocampal circuitry. Timothy Behrens (UK)

SL09 – Eric Kandel Prize Lecture (13:30-14:15)

SL10 – Chica and Heinz Schaller Foundation Award Lecture (13:30-14:15)

Wednesday, 13 July SL11 –  EJN Special Feature (11:30-12:30)

Maria Robles (DE)
Nathan A. Smith (US)

SL12 – ERA-NET Neuron Excellent Paper in Neuroscience Lecture