NeuroMi 2019 International Meeting

Food for brain: promoting health and preventing diseases

20-22 November
Università di Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy

PROGRAMME

TOPICS

  • Food for mankind: health and sustainability
  • Cognitive and clinical neuroscience
    of food oriented behaviour and obesity
  • Food, nutriceuticals and prevention
    of neuropsychiatric diseases

CALL FOR ABSTRACT - Fifth International Meeting - FOOD FOR BRAIN: promoting health and preventing diseases

Important Deadlines

Abstract submission opens: 15 July 2019

Abstract submission closes: 15 September 2019

Abstracts acceptance notification: 4 October 2019

ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

InstructionsSubmit your abstract thought the online submission form.
You can choose up to 1 topic amongst the following:
Topics
  • Food for mankind: health and sustainability
  • Cognitive and clinical neuroscience of food oriented behaviour and obesity
  • Food, nutriceuticals and prevention of neuropsychiatric diseases
FormatPlease prepare a Word file containing only the text of your abstracts without title, authors and affiliations.

Maximun 400 words
Font: Arial 12

If you use Greek letters in your text, please spell them out

The abstract body should include the following six sections:

Object
Materials
Methods
Results
Discussion
Conclusions
If you need to modify your Abstract(s), it is possible to do it online in the online submission form . Please DO NOT submit the same work twice.

Abstract template

ModificationsIf you need to modify your Abstract(s), it is possible to do it online in the online submission form . Please DO NOT submit the same work twice.

The Abstract Disclaimer
Abstract(s) will be published as they are received; the Organizing Secretariat declines any responsibility in relation to the contents or failure to comply with the formatting instruction.

Registration fee
Please note that abstracts will be published only if at least one of the authors has settled the registration fee payment before 22 October 2019.

REGISTRATION FEES & ONLINE REGISTRATION

Registration Fees Early Bird
before
10 October 2019
Full Fee
after
10 October 2019
Medical non Member € 280,00€ 330,00
Other Professions Non Member € 180,00€  230,00
Resident (under 35) € 80,00€ 80,00
Member NeuroMI freefree

All the fees are VAT included.

Registration fee includes: access to scientific panels, congress kit, certificate of attendance and social program.

PAYMENT

Online by credit card

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By Bank Transfer

Please remember that:
– all amounts must be net of all bank charges. Should the payment  include bank charges, participants shall be asked to pay them directly at the Congress
– put “your name surname/NeuroMI19“ in the payment references section of the bank form
– pay within 10 days after completing this form
– scan and e-mail a copy of the bank transfer to neuromi19registration@theoffice.it

Bank transfers must be made in euro to:
Intestatario c/c :  The Office s.r.l.
Banca: UniCredit Banca
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Codice  SWIFT  BIC: UNCRITM10PA

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations will be accepted only if arrived by written request by email (neuromi19registration@theoffice.it) in the following schedule:

by 22 October 2019
20% penalty

after 22 October 2019
no refund

All refunds will be set at the end of the congress.

CALL FOR ABSTRACT - Annual Meeting of Milan Center for Neuroscience

 

The International Meeting will be preceded by the Annual Meeting of Members of NeuroMI, which will allow each Member to communicate, as poster or oral communication, the progress of their research in every area of Neuroscience.

Important Deadlines

Abstract submission opens: 15 July 2019

Abstract submission closes: 15 September 2019

Abstracts acceptance notification: 4 October 2019

ABSTRACT GUIDELINES

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

InstructionsSubmit your abstract thought the online submission form.
You can choose up to 1 topic amongst the following:
Topics
  • Biotechnology and Nanomedicine
  • Clinical Neuroscience
  • Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience
  • Computational and Systems
  • Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
  • Neuroimaging and Methodological research
FormatPlease prepare a Word file containing only the text of your abstracts without title, authors and affiliations.

Maximun 400 words
Font: Arial 12

If you use Greek letters in your text, please spell them out

The abstract body should include the following six sections:

Object
Materials
Methods
Results
Discussion
Conclusions
If you need to modify your Abstract(s), it is possible to do it online in the online submission form . Please DO NOT submit the same work twice.

Abstract template

ModificationsIf you need to modify your Abstract(s), it is possible to do it online in the online submission form . Please DO NOT submit the same work twice.

The Abstract Disclaimer
Abstract(s) will be published as they are received; the Organizing Secretariat declines any responsibility in relation to the contents or failure to comply with the formatting instruction.

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION - ANNUAL MEETING OF MILAN CENTER FOR NEUROSCIENCE

Registration for both events is necessary and free for NeuroMI Members.

Register now!

ACCOMMODATION

The Organizing Secretariat has selected some hotels nearby the Conference Venue

Booking.com

ECM

Only for italian participants 

Evento n. 1386 -272768

Il Congresso è stato accreditato nel Programma Nazionale ECM Agenas per 200 partecipanti.

Sono stati assegnati: n. 11,2  crediti

Obiettivo formativo dell’evento

Applicazione nella pratica quotidiana dei principi e delle procedure dell’evidence based practice (EBM – EBN – EBP). 

Professioni accreditate

Medico chirurgo afferente alle seguenti discipline:
endrocrinologia, geriatria, malattie metaboliche e diabetologia, medicina interna, neurologia, neuropsichiatria infantile, psichiatria, biochimica clinica, farmacologia, tossicologia clinica, psicologia, scienza dell’alimentazione e dietetica, igiene degli alimenti e della nutrizione, medicina generale e pediatria

Farmacista afferente alle seguenti discipline:
farmacia ospedaliera e farmacia territoriale

Psicologo afferente alle seguenti discipline:
psicologia e psicoterapia

Biologo

Dietista

Infermiere afferente alle seguenti discipline:
infermiere e infermiere pediatric0

PRESIDENTS

Carlo Ferrarese

Massimo Labra

Paola Palestini

Eraldo Paulesu

Marina Saresella

Giuseppe Vallar

SCIENTIFIC BOARD

Marco Antoniotti, Gabriella Bottini, Guido Cavaletti, Giuseppe Chirico, Massimo Clerici, Annamaria Colangelo, Giovanni Corrao, Angelo Maravita, Massimo Masserini, Rosa Maria Moresco, Massimo Musicco, Andrea Ongaro, Carlo Reverberi, Marina Saresella, Luca Stanca

IN COLLABORATION WITH

UNDER THE AUSPICIES OF

SPEAKERS

BERRIDGE KEN
Dept. of Psychology, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

BOLOGNINI NADIA
Dept. of Psychology, University of Milano-
Bicocca, Milan; IRCCS Istituto Auxologico
Italiano, Milan, Italy

CENA HELLAS
Dept. of Public Health, Experimental and
Forensic Medicine, Dietetics and Clinical
Nutrition Laboratory, University of Pavia,
Pavia; Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
Service, Unit of Internal Medicine and
Endocrinology, ICS Maugeri IRCCS, Pavia,
Italy

CILIA ROBERTO
Parkinson Institute, ASST Gaetano Pini-
CTO, Milan, Italy

CLERICI MARIO                                                                                                                                Dept. of Pathophysiology and
Transplantation, University of Milan; SM
Nascente Scientific Institute, IRCCS and
Don C. Gnocchi Foundation, Milan, Italy

CLERICI MASSIMO
School of Medicine and Surgery, University
of Milano-Bicocca, Monza, Italy

DI LUCA MONICA
Dept. of Pharmacological and
Biomolecular Sciences, University of Milan,
Milan, Italy

FAVARO ANGELA
Dept. of Neuroscience, Psychiatry Unit,
University of Padua, Padua, Italy

FERRARESE CARLO
School of Medicine and Surgery, University
of Milano-Bicocca; Dept. of Neurology,
San Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Italy

GALLACE ALBERTO
Dept. of Psychology, Best4Food, NeuroMI,
University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy

IANNANTUONI GIOVANNA
Dept. of Economics, Management and
Statistics, University of Milano-Bicocca,
Milan, Italy

LABRA MASSIMO
Zooplantlab, Dept. of Biotechnology and
Biosciences, University of Milano-Bicocca,
Milan, Italy

LUZI LIVIO
Dept. of Endocrinology and Metabolism,
IRCCS Policlinico San Donato, San Donato
Milanese; Dept. of Biomedical Sciences for
Health, University of Milan, Milan, Italy

MADEDDU FABIO
Dept. of Psychology, University of Milano-
Bicocca, Milan, Italy

MAGNI PAOLO
Dept. of Pharmacological and
Biomolecular Sciences, University of Milan,
Milan, Italy

MICALI NADIA
Dept. of Psychiatry, University of Geneva,
Geneva, Switzerland; Dept. of Pediatrics,
Gynecology and Obstetrics, University of
Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland; Great
Ormond Street Institute of Child Health,
University College London, London, UK)

MUNTE THOMAS FRANK
Dept. of Neurology, University Hospital
Lübeck, Lübeck, Germany

MUSICCO MASSIMO
Epidemiology Unit, Institute of Biomedical
Technologies-National Research Council,
Segrate (MI), Italy

NACINOVICH RENATA
School of Medicine and Surgery, University
of Milano-Bicocca; Dept. of Child and
Adolescent Mental Health, San Gerardo
Hospital, Monza, Italy

PALESTINI PAOLA
School of Medicine and Surgery, University
of Milano-Bicocca, Monza, Italy

PAULESU ERALDO
Dept. of Psychology, University of Milano-
Bicocca, Milan; fMRI Unit-IRCCS Galeazzi,
Milan, Italy

PEREZ-CUETO J. ARMANDO
Dept. of Food Science, Faculty of Science,
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

PERUGINI MARCO
Dept. of Psychology, University of Milano-
Bicocca, Italy

PISATI ROBERTO
Medical Director Nutricia Italy & Greece

PRINELLI FEDERICA
Epidemiology Unit, Institute of Biomedical
Technologies-National Research Council,
Italy; Aging Research Center, Department
of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and
Society, Karolinska Institute and Stockholm
University, Sweden

RESCIGNO MARIA
Humanitas University, Mucosal
Immunology and Microbiota Unit, Milan,
Italy

RICCIO PAOLO
Dept. of Sciences, University of Basilicata,
Potenza, Italy

RUMIATI RAFFAELLA
International School for Advanced
Studies, SISSA-ISAS, Trieste, Italy

SARESELLA MARINA
Don Gnocchi Foundation, IRCCS, Milan,
Italy

SCAPAGNINI GIOVANNI
Dept. of Medicine and Health Sciences “V.
Tiberio”, University of Molise, Campobasso,
Italy

SMITH BARRY
School of Advanced Study, University of
London, London, UK

STEEGERS-THEUNISSEN RÉGINE PM
Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
Erasmus MC, University Medical Centre,
Rotterdam, the Netherlands

TREMOLIZZO LUCIO
School of Medicine and Surgery, University
of Milano-Bicocca; Dept. of Neurology,
San Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Italy

VALLAR GIUSEPPE
Dept. of Psychology, University of Milano-
Bicocca, Milan; IRCCS Istituto Auxologico
Italiano, Milan, Italy

VOLPE UMBERTO
Dept. of Mental Health, University of
Campania “L. Vanvitelli”, Naples, Italy

WOODSIDE JAYNE
Centre for Public Health, Queen’s
University Belfast, Belfast, UK; UK Clinical
Research Collaboration, Centre of
Excellence for Public Health, Queen’s
University Belfast, Belfast, UK