The Moscone Center
San Francisco, California, United States
1 - 6 February 2020
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Highlighting technologies that increase our understanding of the brain

The Brain application track highlights the latest technologies that will increase our understanding of brain function

Brain application track
The Brain application track highlights papers that describe the development of innovative technologies that will increase our understanding of brain function. The track lists presentations together online and in the conference program so that participants can easily locate presentations in the their area of interest.

You can add this application track to your abstract submission to increase the visibility of your presentation in the program.

Call for Papers
opens soon

Abstracts due
24 July 2019

Abstract submissions
Read SPIE guidelines

How to submit to an application track

1. Select a conference online, click "Submit an Abstract", and follow the instructions.
2. Indicate Brain/Neuro when prompted during the submission process.

Accepted presentations will be listed in both the submitted conference and the Brain/Neuro Research application track listing in the program, helping attendees find presentations related to this topic.

Topics include

Clinical and Translational Neurophotonics, Optogenetics, and Optical Manipulation
Clinical Technologies, Laser Tissue Interaction, and Tissue Engineering
Spectroscopy, Microscopy, Imaging, Nanobiophotonics, and LASE
Neurotechnology plenary speakers and details

Symposium Chairs

David Boas, Martinos Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School (USA)

David Boas
Boston Univ.
(United States)

Elizabeth Hillman, Columbia University (USA)

Elizabeth Hillman
Columbia Univ.
(United States)

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