The Organising Committee of the Dutch Neuroscience Meeting cordially invites you to submit proposals for parallel sessions and plenary speakers for next year’s edition.
We are happy to announce that we plan to meet each other again in person this year! We hope that many of you will seize this opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new connections. By organising a session with an (inter)national key speaker you can shape the scientific programme of DNM 22 and help create another successful edition of this national neuroscience forum. DNM 22 will take place on Thursday, 16 June, and Friday, 17 June, 2022, at the Conference Centre de Werelt, in Lunteren. Please check the guidelines for session proposals for details. We especially encourage Dutch Principal Investigators to submit a proposal.
This is your chance to organise and moderate a session on your topic of interest and to promote the exchange of data and ideas with colleagues both from the Netherlands and abroad! If your proposal is selected by the Organising Committee, you will act as moderator of your parallel session at the Dutch Neuroscience Meeting. You will also have the opportunity to invite a renowned speaker at the expense of the organisation (please consult the guidelines for further details).
The Organising Committee also strongly encourages and welcomes suggestions for plenary speakers. These should be leading figures in their field, with a broad appeal to the meeting attendants; they may also be Dutch speakers, of course. If your proposal is selected by the Organising Committee, you will be appointed chair of a plenary session and the organisation will cover the costs of your invited speaker (please consult the guidelines for further details).
Importantly, session proponents should strongly encourage their speakers to attend both days of the Dutch Neuroscience Meeting (or, at the very least, the complete day of their presentation). This is in line with one of the fundamental aims of this meeting: actively promoting the interaction between researchers, old and new, from various scientific backgrounds.
Access this page and follow the simple instructions. The deadline for submitting proposals is 5 December 2021.
On behalf of the Organising Committee,