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International Conference on "Scientific Challenges in European Health"

The Bavarian state universities present their top class know-how in medical research and medical technology in Brussels. The Bavarian Research Cooperations ForNeuroCell and ForZebRA will take part in this conference which will take place on October 20-21, 2010 at the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union, Rue Wiertz 77, 1000 Brussels.

The overall objective of this international conference is to provide a platform for discussing key challenges in medical sciences with international stakeholders from science, industry and EU research policy-makers.

Leading scientists will point out relevant future trends, taking into account scientific, social and economic aspects. The subsequent discussions aim at opening up new horizons for promising future research topics, in particular for the thematic priority Health of the 7th Framework Programme, as well as beyond 2013.

The following four major themes will be highlighted at the event:

> Neurosciences
> Bioimaging
> Degenerative Diseases
> Biosystems Research

To face future medical challenges, the Bavarian State is funding several large Research Cooperations like ForNeurocell in the field of neurosciences or ForZebRA in degenerative diseases. Both will be presented during the conference.

Time: October 20th, 2010 - from 4:30 till 08:00 pm (open end)

Venue: Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union - Rue Wiertz 77, B-1000 Brussels

More information and the programme of the Conference.

Contact BayFOR:

Karin Lukas-Eder
Manager of the Brussels Office

Bavarian Research Alliance GmbH
Rue du Commerce 31
B-1000 Brussels

Tel. (+32) 02-289 19 17
Fax (+32) 02-289 19 18


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