The meeting will take place at CaixaForum, the new social and cultural center of Fundació “la Caixa” in Barcelona. The building is an early 20th-century factory that has been completely rebuilt and fully appointed with state-of-the-art technical equipment. Originally designed by the Catalan architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch in 1911, it is one of the jewels of modernista industrial architecture in Spain and has been listed as a Historical Monument of National Interest
CaixaForum is located close to the fountains and gardens of mount Montjuïc, one of Barcelona’s largest parks, and one of its most charming and interesting in terms of landscape gardening. CaixaForum offers a place where the visual arts, music, literature and thought alternate and intermingle, and where for a few days sciences, arts and letters will live together with even greater intensity.
back to the top How to get to CaixaForum CaixaForum (the venue) is located in the Marqués de Comillas avenue. Bus Lines 15 and 30 have stops in front of CaixaForum, however, if your hotel is not close to this lines, the best way is to go by public transport to Plaça Espanya and then just walk about 500-600 meters to CaixaForum following this map. Abstracts Submission
Abstracts submission deadline All abstracts should be submitted before May 1st, 2003. Abstracts submitted after this date will not be accepted. Guidelines for abstracts submission The whole abstract (including Title, Authors and Affiliation) must not exceed 1700 characters (including spaces). Do not introduce blank lines. Do not use any Greek symbols or diacritical marks (used to indicate different sounds of a letter) as they will not be reproduced. For the same reason do not include any table or graph. Please, follow precisely the format of the attached hypothetical abstract.
Title: has to be written in lowercase; avoid long expressions.
Authors: start with the last (family) name then type the first (and middle) name(s) initials. No space between the initials, no comma after family name, no full stop after initials. If the authors have two (or more) different affiliations insert numbers indicating the affiliations in brace (after the author’s initials). Separate authors’ names with commas. Affiliation: start each affiliation with a number in brace, then give the name of the department, institution, town and country. Do not provide postal address. Separate affiliations with semicolon. Separate institution, town and country with commas.
Body text: do not use paragraphs.
Neonatal hippocampal damage disrupts prefrontal cortical function in the rat
Brown SB (1), Wilson J (1), Piccolo MNS (2) (1) Dept. Physiological Science, Cardiff University, UK; (2) Faculty of Medicine, University of Catania, Catania, Italy Exitotoxic lesions that involve regions of the hippocampus directly projecting to the prefrontal cortex, lead in early adulthood
Dear EBBS members, colleagues and friends, The programme for the 35th annual meeting of the EBBS is now ready. The programme committee has selected six plenary lecturers and 14 symposia from among the many excellent proposals submitted by EBBS members and colleagues. The committee aimed to create a programme of high scientific quality, high level of interest for our community and a broad coverage of timely topics in the field of brain and behaviour. The rest of the programme will be madeup of voluntary contributions in the form of posters. The Local organising committee will assure that adequate time will be allocated for poster viewing and discussion. So we urge you to register as soon as possible and help us complete the programme by sending your contribution. The meeting will take place in less than one year at the magnificent CaixaForum in Barcelona, September 17-20, 2003. The EBBS committee and the Local Organising committee are looking forward to welcoming you to what promises to be an outstanding event.
Susan J. Sara, President of the EBBS
We would like to welcome all members and friends of EBBS to attend the next Annual General Meeting in 2003 in the wonderful European and cosmopolitan city of Barcelona. The programme will be as strong on science as ever and in addition have a distinctive local colour in being held at the new social and cultural center of Fundació “la Caixa” in Barcelona, with a modern art museum accessible to meeting participants. Wolfram Schultz, Former President of the EBBS