ANA/MITT Meeting 2023
ANA Meeting Budapest 2023
The ANA meeting 2023 is an unique and extraordinary event organized in Budapest by the Austrian Neuroscience Association and by the Hungarian Neuroscience Society (MITT). This page contains all the necessary links and information to get you there. Stay tuned for updates!
Registration is open from 01. November 2022
Meeting registration: to register and submit your abstract follow this link
When: 1st to 3rd of February 2023
Where: The meeting will take place in Budapest, at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
About the conference:
· An exciting program of plenary lectures and symposia is organized by ANA and MITT. More information will be available in November on this website and social media, including links to registration forms.
· Many poster sessions, networking events & social events will allow every attendant to showcase their research, meet a broad audience and discuss their data, ideas, neuroscience and innovation. Registration form and guidelines will be available on this website (November).
About the place:
The Hungarian Academy of Science in Budapest is a majestic building located in the heart of Budapest. We chose to host this meeting in such extraordinary settings as an opportunity to celebrate the history of international friendship and collaboration between ANA and MITT and to offer our guest the most stunning experience in one of the most vibrant European capitals. Follow this link for some sightseeing ideas!
Our travel grants:
ANA offers 10 travel grants for junior neuroscientists to cover most of your registration costs and travel expenses and allow more students and early-career researchers to easily join this meeting. Check out more details, application guidelines, and eligibility criteria.
The ANA meeting 2023 will be the stage for the bestowment of prestigious awards including the Pioneer in Austrian Neuroscience Award and the Otto Loewi Award. Follow the links for more details about these prizes and for info about eligibility and application guidelines.
More info: visit the MITT website
See you soon in Budapest!