- May 17, 2011, Proceedings
Part of the proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Neuroendocrinoly (ICN2010) have been published in several journals including the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences and the Journal of Neuroendocrinology. For more information, please click here
- July 8, 2010, Information
ICN2010 has been approved for CME accreditation. ICN2010 will thus be ideal
for fellows seeking initial certification or for practitioners seeking a review who will
earn up to 30 credits.
- June 29, 2010, Congress venue
To see the map of Rouen down-town and public bus/subway transportation, please click here
- June 25, 2010, Program for accompanying persons
The program for accompanying persons is now available. For more information, please click here
- June 7, 2010, Abstracts
To view the abstracts of the Pleanry Lectures, State-of-the-Art Lectures, Oral communications and Posters of ICN2010, please click here
- June 7, 2010, Scientific program
The detailed Scientific program of ICN2010 is now available. To see the Scientific program, please click here
- May 19, 2010, Lay-public Lecture
The Lay-public Lecture will be presented by Prof. Jacques Balthazart on Sunday, July 11 at 19h45 at the Halle-aux-Toiles on "Le cerveau a-t-il un sexe ? Biologie des différences sexuelles et de l'homosexualité".
Before the Lecture, Jacques Balthazart will dedicate his book "Biologie de l'homosexualité. On naît homosexuel, on ne choisit pas de l'être".
- May 19, 2010, Information
719 participants and 74 accompanied persons are now registered. 534 abstracts have been uploaded.
- May 3, 2010, Symposium « Recent Progress in Cellular Imaging for Neuroscience Research »
Dear ICN participants,
I want to let you know that
for abstract submission to the satellite symposium « Recent Progress in
Cellular Imaging for Neuroscience Research » (Rouen, France 9-10 July
been postponed to May 15.
Please connect to our website http://inscription.olympe-network.com/, to register and send your abstracts (works
with Mozilla Firefox).
The symposium will be held in Mont-Saint-Aignan at the "Maison de l’Université" on the University Campus.
Looking forward to meeting
you in Rouen
next July, Best wishes,
- March 30, 2010, Satellite symposium
Registrations for the Workshop 'Recent Progress in Cellular Imaging for Neuroscience Research' are
now open at the following address http://inscription.olympe-network.com/ (works with Mozilla Firefox). Registrations
until June 1st.
- March 22, 2010, Information
All abstracts are currently peer-reviewed.
- March 19, 2010, Information
All plenary lectures will be recorded and will be available on our web site.
- March 15, 2010, Information
The deadline for abstract submission has been postponed to April 1st, 2010, 23:59 (local time).
- February 18, 2010, Information
The proceeding of the satellite symposia will be published. For more information, please click on the Satellite symposia link.
- February 8, 2010, Information
Each participant will receive a free public transportation pass for the whole duration of the congress.
- January 12, 2010, New sponsors
New sponsors for ICN2010. For more information, please click on the Sponsor link.
- January 6, 2010, New satellite symposium
A fifth satellite symposium will be organized before the ICN2010. For information, please click on the Satellite symposia link.
- January 4, 2010, Scientific program is now available
To see the scientific program, please click here .
- December 18, 2009, Programs of satellite symposia are now available
To see the programs of the satellite symposia "Plasticity of neuroendocrine systems" and "Neuroendocrine effects of endocrine disrupters", please click on the Satellite symposia link.
- December 17, 2009, New sponsors
New sponsors for ICN2010. For more information, please click on the Sponsors link.
- December 15, 2009, Registration is now open
Registration, abstract and accommodation forms are now available.
- November 9, 2009, Satellite symposia
Four satellite symposia will be organized before or after the ICN2010. For information, please click on the Satellite symposia link.
- July 21, 2009, Speakers for nominated lectures
To see the names of the speakers for the Geoffrey Harris Memorial Lecture, Mortyn Jones Lecture, Claude Kordon Lecture, Jacques Benoit Lecture, Neuroendocrinology Editors Lecture and Lay-public Lecture, please click on the Scientific program link.
- March 10, 2009, Rouen, the City of Impressionism (June-September 2010)
The role played by Rouen in art history at the end of the XIXth century is considerable. If the city has not stopped attracting the artists since the Renaissance, the fascination it exercises reaches its climax in the impressionistic period, while the prestige of its industrial development, its spectacular site and its intact architectural heritage mingle.
The exhibition “Rouen, the City of Impressionism” will gather a hundred major paintings by Monet, Gauguin, Pissaro, Sisley and others, on a subject which has never been addressed before, one of the last great topics of the history of Impressionism remaining to be discovered.