World Brain Disorders and Neuroscience Summit 2022
Time: Oct. 29th-31st, 2022 , Place: Munich, GermanyReserve A Slot
CONFERENCE REPORT OF BDNS 2022
The World Brain Disorders and Neuroscience Summit (BDNS 2022), which took place on Oct. 29th-31st at Hilton Munich City in a hybrid format has come to an end. The purpose of this conference was to present studies on Neurosciences, Pain Research and Clinical Neurology.
The conference was hosted by LMSII, and operated by Amazing Congress Co. LTD. There were 48 renowned guests from 20 countries who gave moving speeches, including Dr. Cristine Alves da Costa, Editor in Chief of Parkinson’s Disease from INSERM in France; Dr. Milan Fiala, Professor from UCLA Life Sciences in USA; Dr. Tao Wang, Principle Investigator from Fudan University in China; Dr. Christine N. Sang, Associate Professor from Harvard Medical School in USA; Dr. Craig Granowitz, CMO from Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc. in USA; Dr. Smriti Iyengar, from National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health in USA; Dr. Michael Ruff, President and CEO of Bio-Peptides in USA among others. Following the Plenary Forum, there were 9 sessions, including “Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders”, “Pain Research and Management”, “Psychiatry and Mental Health”, “Alzheimer’s Diseases and Dementia”, “Neuroinformatics and Computational Neuroscience”, “Cognitive Neuroscience and Mental Health” are some of the topics covered. During the conference, all participants had in-depth discussions and communications exchanged positive experiences and practices, as well as spurred new ideas and opinions. Conferences such as BDNS 2022 are a valuable way to discuss ideas and explore new research and techniques. It also aids in the development of fresh ideas for ongoing research. As a result, more collaboration and network building are encouraged. In the near future, we have more great conferences coming up, for example, BDNS 2023, which will take place in Singapore on next Nov 9th-11th, 2023. Participants are invited to attend the forthcoming conferences, and your suggestions for speakers are also welcome. For further information, please visit: https://bdns2023.lmsii.org/
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COMMENTS FROM PARTICIPANTS
‘What participants said about the BDNS 2022’
The staff are responsible and enthusiastic. The subject areas covered by the conference are extensive. I enjoyed a scientific research banquet and did benefit a lot.
Ms. Xiaomei Wu
A very well-prepared conference / summit.
Dr. Andrzej Tomczak
Dr. Carolina Blagojevic Castro
I think you are very well organized I am really satisfied
Dr. Monica Pacetti
Thank you very much for your excellent work!
Dr. Zsolt Kovacs
The Conference was very interesting & too useful that is the most important!
Dr. Vitalii Kovalchuk