GOAL OF THE EVENT
The 19th EUROPEAN DROSOPHILA NEUROBIOLOGY CONFERENCE (NEUROFLY 2022) will be held in Saint-Malo, France from September 6th to 10th, 2022 in the Palais du Grand Large.
The purpose of the biennial NeuroFly-2022 International Conference is to provide an international forum for junior and senior academics neuroscientists worldwide to exchange results, ideas and to bring emerging concepts to the forefront.
This unique meeting allows promoting interdisciplinary discussions of the latest research concerning principally the neurobiology of Drosophila, but not exclusively, since it also includes some other invertebrate organism models, as well as links related to other organism models as well as to human are also discussed.
All neurobiological topics are covered, ranging from, Behaviour, Brain Evolution and Ecology, Neural Circuits & Synapses, Sensory Systems, Neural Development, Learning & Memory, Navigation, Disease Models, Neurodegeneration and Aging, Brain Homeostasis and Metabolism, Neuro-computation, as well as the last Technological Innovations, to name but a few.
Following almost two years of restriction and confinement due the covid-19 pandemic, this “in presence” event will represent an excellent opportunity to meet again colleagues and friends, and to establish and/or reinforce collaborations.
Saint-Malo, located in Brittany, France, is an old and historical charming town, standing on the border of the sea (the Channel), with a lot of touristic attractions and entertainments. This localization and assets will be propitious to fruitful exchanges.
Jean-René Martin (Paris-Saclay)
Florence Besse (Nice)
Bassem Hassan (Paris)
Angela Giangrande (Strasbourg)
François Rouyer (Paris-Saclay)
Pierre-Yves Plaçais (Paris)
A conference organized by CNRS/ Paris-Saclay University.