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Satellite Events will be held before or after the IBRO 2019 World Congress, 21 - 25 September, 2019. For those who are interested in organizing the events, please fill-up the application form below and send it to

Regarding facility reservation, please check the details in "meeting facilities information" and contact them directly. *Please note that the rooms are subject to availability.

IBRO satellite for International Sport Neuroscience Conference (hosted by Japan Sport Neuroscience Meeting / JSPFSM)
  • Organizer NameHideaki Soya
  • Organizer AffiliationDepartment of Sports Neuroscience, Advanced Research Initiative for Human High
    Performance (ARIHHP), Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan
  • Organizer E-mail
  • Host OrganizationJapan sport neuroscience meeting / JSPFSM
  • TopicSport neuroscience
  • Event TypeMeeting
  • Event NameIBRO satellite for International Sport Neuroscience Conference
  • Day/Time2019/9/18 (PM) – 2019/9/19 (AM)
  • Place Tsukuba City, Japan / International Congress Center EPOCHAL TSUKUBA
  • How to attend? Open to public
  • No. of Participants100
  • DescriptionThe aim of the Satellite is to share current topics with researchers who are engaged in work related to neuroscience research on exercise and sports based on behavioral neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience and neuro-rehabilitation, together with those in fields of physiology, biochemistry, health fitness, and so on. The following are some potential focuses: How do exercise and sports impact brain functions and health? How does exercise contribute to reducing neurodegenerative diseases? What role do brain functions play in exerting human high performance?
    Our committee is comprised of following members: Prof. Pierre Magistretti (KAUST, EPFL, IBRO’s President); Prof. Junichi Nabekura (NIPS, President of FAOPS2019); Prof. Ryoichi Nagatomi (Tohoku Univ., chairperson of JSPFSM negotiations committee); Prof. Ignacio Torres-Aleman (Cajal Institute); Prof. Michael Yassa (UC-Irvine); Prof. Zsolt Radak (Univ. of Phys. Edu. Hungary); Prof. Yu-Min Kuo (NCKU); Prof. Joon-Yong Cho (Korea National Univ.); Prof. Hideaki Soya (Univ. of Tsukuba). Underlined names will be main presenters.
    Our present plan is to schedule the Satellite on Sep.18 (Wed)-19 (Thu) at Tsukuba City (International Congress Center EPOCHAL TSUKUBA; This is just before the IBRO conference at Taegu and the annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine (JSPFSM). The date is very convenient for those attending the IBRO conference, and we can use conference rooms in the same Congress Center. To encourage young researcher to attend the satellite, young investigator travel awards will be available.
International Symposium on Neurogenesis, Regeneration and Pain (hosted by Neurospine, ASIA SPINE)
  • Host OrganizationNeurospine, ASIA SPINE
  • TopicNeurogenesis, Regeneration and Pain
  • Event TypeAnnual meeting
  • Event NameInternational Symposium on Neurogenesis, Regeneration and Pain
  • Day/Time2019/09/20 (1:30-5:30PM)
  • Place Seoul Dragon City
  • How to attend? Applicants only
  • No. of Participants200
  • DescriptionNeurospine (ISO abbreviated journal name, Neurospine), the official journal of ASIA SPINE, the Neurospinal Society of Japan, Taiwan Neurosurgical Spine Society, and the Korean Spinal Neurosurgery Society, is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal which published quarterly. The journal includes neuroscience and pain research, bone and disc research in the area of spine, spinal cord and peripheral nerve diseases. Neurospine is indexed/tracked/covered by Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), PubMed, PubMed Central, KoreaMed, KoMCI, EBSCO host and Google Scholar. We are working on the more development of the journal. So the event is planned and is planning to be held during the annual meeting of the 10th ASIA SPINE (Sep. 19-21, 2019 Seoul Dragon City, Korea). We are planning to hold the event on Sep. 20 (1:30-5:30pm), invite many experts in Neuroscience from many countries including China, and cover topics on Neuroscience. We expect more than 200 attendees; Neurosurgeons, Orthopedic Surgeon, Neuroscientist. IBRO aims to promote neuroscience research and communication among researchers around the world and has the aims and standards of IBRO with an excellent scientific program. So we strongly want to hold our event as a satellite event of IBRO 2019.
IBRO satellite meeting for ‘Synaptic Function and Neural Circuitry’ (hosted by Institute for Basic Science/KAIST and Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology)
  • Organizer NameEunjoon Kim and Michael R. Kreutz
  • Organizer AffiliationInstitute for Basic Science/KAIST and Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Korea and Germany
  • Organizer E-mail
  • Host OrganizationInstitute for Basic Science/KAIST and Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology
  • TopicSynaptic Function and Neural Circuitry
  • Event TypeMeeting
  • Event NameIBRO satellite meeting for ‘Synaptic Function and Neural Circuitry’
  • Day/Time2019/9/18-2019/9/21
  • Place Shilla Stay, Haeundae, Busan, Korea
  • How to attend? Applicants only
  • No. of Participants~100 people
  • DescriptionThe meeting will cover several different aspects of synaptic function ranging from synaptic proteostasis and architecture, neuropsychiatric disorders to molecular underpinnings of neural circuit function.
    The number of participants will be limited to approximately 100 and we can therefore promise an interesting small conference with intense discussions in a relaxed atmosphere.
    The meeting will start in the evening of the 18th and end in the morning of the 21st.
    There will be poster presentations, and some posters will be selected for short oral presentations.
    The speakers who have agreed to participate, including two plenary speakers, are as follows.
    Morgan Sheng (Genentech; plenary lecture)
    Eckart D. Gundelfinger (Leibniz Inst for Neurobiol; plenary lecture)
    Haruhiko Bito (Univ of Tokyo)
    Tobias M. Boeckers (Univ Ulm)
    Nils Brose (Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine)
    Casper C. Hoogenraad (Genentech)
    Daniel Choquet (Univ of Bordeaux)
    Yukiko Goda (RIKEN)
    Volker Haucke (Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie)
    Johannes W. Hell (Univ of California Davis)
    Yi-Ping Hsueh (Academia Sinica)
    Jaewon Ko (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)
    C. Justin Lee (Institute for Basic Science)
    Marina Mikhaylova (Center for Molecular Neurobiology, Hamburg)
    Thomas Oertner (Center for Molecular Neurobiology, Hamburg)
    Peter Scheiffle (Univ of Basel)
    Hee-Sup Shin (Institute for Basic Science)
    Stephan Sigrist (Freie Universität Berlin)
    Scott Soderling (Duke Univ)
    Toru Takumi (RIKEN)
    Matthijs Verhage (Vrije Universiteit)
    Ofer Isaak Yizhar (Weizmann Inst)
    Michisuke Yuzaki (Keio University)