Join the ZNZ Annual Symposium on September 14, 2017. The program is again packed with interesting topics: Prof. Olaf Sporns will talk about connectomics, Prof. Gabor Halmagyi about the vestibular system and parallel workshops will discuss brain connectivity, biological correlates of neurological disorders and sleep & health.
This year’s Volker-Henn Lecture will be given by Prof. Olaf Sporns. He is Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University. Besides many important contributions to understanding network structures and dynamics, he is the author of the books “Networks of the Brain” and “Discovering the Human Connectome”.
Other highlights are the parallel workshops: one will complement Olaf Sporn’s work on brain connectivity and one will illuminate efforts in finding biological correlates of neurological disorders. The third workshop introduces current activities in the clinical research priority program “Sleep and Health”.
In the afternoon, several new ZNZ members will introduce their research in a session of short talks.
The Koetser Award Lecture will be held by Prof. Gabor Michael Halmagyi of the University of Sydney. As a professor of clinical neurology, Prof. Halmagyi is a distinguished expert on the vestibular system.
We look forward to seeing you at the ZNZ Symposium 2017!