10th MindBrainBody Symposium 2023
We are looking forward to having our 10th Anniversary MindBrainBody Symposium in March 2023.
More details will come soon.
We were pleased to invite young researchers to participate in and present their research at the 9th MindBrainBody (MBB) Symposium 2022. The event took place from March 16-18, 2022 only virtual during International Brain Awareness Week 2022.
You can find the final program here. The Lectures will be recorded to enable the participants with different time zones to hear the talks. Then the second ***discussion*** session with the speakers were scheduled in the mornings and evenings on March 17 and 18, 2022.
We have scheduled two slots for workshops on March 17, 2022. Each one of them contains two parallel workshops. You are kindly asked to choose two out of four workshops which you wish to join. Please select your choice and register here until March 14, 2022: Workshop Link
Olaf Blanke (Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience Brain-Mind Institute Center for Neuroprosthetics EPFL, Geneva/Switzerland)
Beatrice De Gelder (Maastricht University, Maastricht/The Netherlands)
Katerina Fotopoulou (Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, UCL, London/UK)
Rebecca Böhme (Center for Social and Affective Neuroscience, Linköping/Sweden)
Sahib Khalsa (University of Tulsa; Laureate Institute for Brain Research, Tulsa, OK/USA)
We are happy to welcome postdoctoral and doctoral researchers as well as students from the domains of cognitive, affective and social neurosciences, cognitive neurology and neuropsychiatry, psychology or other behavioral and social sciences to submit abstracts (max. 300 words) to present a talk or a poster. The talks will be recorded and extra question rounds will be available next day. Please check here for more details.
The symposium program includes keynote lectures, workshops, presentations by applicants, and a poster session (with a poster prize) as well as an MBB Young Scientist Award (see below). Attendance without presentation is possible. Previously presented posters are also welcomed.
MBB Young Scientist Award
You can also apply for an MBB Young Scientist Award. It would provide you with the opportunity to embark on a funded research stay at the MindBrainBody Institute in Berlin (Berlin School of Mind and Brain) or at the Department of Neurology, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (MPI CBS Leipzig). If you wish to be considered for the MBB Young Scientist Award, please add a project proposal (maximally 2 pages / 800 words) that can be carried out over a 3-month period in the domain of our research fields.
Registration deadline: January 10, 2022
No Registration Fee | If you wish to particpate please contact us.
Everyone should have recieved already acceptance letter. If not, please contact us.
Symposium Venue: Virtual via Zoom
For further questions, please contact:
Dr. Anahit Babayan | Email: babayan(at)cbs.mpg.de
Looking forward to your participation!
The 9th MBB Symposium takes place in cooperation with the Berlin School of Mind and Brain, the Competence Network Stroke (KNS) in Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, and the Department of Neurology at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences.
You are also invited to join our regular MindBrainBody Lecture Series which take place every 3-4 weeks virtually. More details here.
8th MindBrainBody (MBB) Symposium 2021
We were pleased to welcome 400 young researchers to participate and present at the 8th MindBrainBody (MBB) Symposium 2021 that took place on March 15-18, 2021, this time virtually, during the International Brain Awareness Week.
MBB Symposium Booklet 2021 is available and you can find with uploaded posters and other material here.
In the booklet you will find all the abstracts of the talks and the posters, as well as updated program, poster numbers, and participant list.
The MBB Poster Prize 2021 winners as well as the MBB Young Scientist Awards are also announced here. Congratulations to all winners!