The venue

Paris Brain Institute

Nestled in the heart of Paris, the Paris Brain Institute also known as Institut du Cerveau – ICM is a world-renowned center dedicated to unravelling the mysteries of the human brain.

One of the institute’s key strengths lies in its dedication to translational research, bridging the gap between laboratory discoveries and clinical applications. With a mission to decipher the intricacies of the brain, the institute employs an interdisciplinary approach, fostering collaboration between neuroscientists, clinicians, engineers, and computational scientists. By seamlessly integrating basic and clinical research, the Paris Brain Institute strives to accelerate the development of innovative therapies and interventions for neurological and psychiatric disorders. This collaborative approach reflects the complex nature of neuroscience and highlights the importance of bringing together different expertise to tackle the challenges of understanding the brain’s intricacies. It’s not just about neuroscientists in isolation but a symphony of skills and knowledge working together for breakthroughs in brain research.

The Paris Brain Institute is located at 47 Boulevard de l’Hôpital 75013 Paris. The conference will be held between the Auditorium Room and 01-02 rooms which will be signaled to you at your arrival at the conference.

Hopital Pitié Salpêtrière

Situated in the heart of Paris, the Paris Brain Institute has found its home within the historic walls of Hopital Pitié Salpêtrière, a hospital renowned for its rich medical legacy and commitment to excellence. This unique integration fosters a dynamic synergy between cutting-edge research and practical clinical applications, positioning the institute at the forefront of translational neuroscience. The hospital is often considered the birthplace of neurology, thanks in part to Charcot’s pioneering work on diseases like multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. Over the centuries, it has evolved into one of the largest teaching hospitals in Europe.