Lundbeckfonden and The Danish Society for Neuroscience invite DSfN members to the join The Brain Prize Lectures 2019
In celebration of The Brain Prize 2019, the Lundbeck Foundation is pleased
to invite you to this year's Brain Prize Lectures
Aiming for treatment they have spent more than 30 years describing, understanding and diagnosing the most common hereditary form of stroke, CADASIL.
For this, the four French neuroscientists are now receiving the world’s most valuable prize for brain research – the Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize, worth 1 million euros.
Programme on May 8, 2019
Professor Marie-Germaine Bousser - “CADASIL before CADASIL”
Professor Elisabeth Tournier-Lasserve - “CADASIL and cerebral small vessel disease in genomics wonderland”
Professor Hugues Chabriat - “An archetype of ischemic cerebral small vessel disease”
Professor Anne Joutel - “Notch3 accumulation in CADASIL: past, present and future”
We hope to see you (first come first served principle)
The Lundbeck Foundation