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30 January 2015
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Dear Colleagues,

on behalf of the ESNI Organizing Commitee I cordially invite you to participate in the 15th European School of Neuroimmunology (ESNI) course, which will be held on June 1st-4th, 2015 in Prague, Czech Republic. ESNI provides high level education in the rapidly developing field of neuroimmunology.

The programme of the 15th ESNI course will be focused on many topics in contemporary neuroimmunology including the role of  innate and adaptive immunity in broad spectrum of  nervous system diseases, newest imaging and diagnostics tools, basic research and translational neuroimmunology. Active students participation during the ESNI course is encouraged especially in students´ presentation section by chairing, lectures and poster presentations. The aim  of the scientific programme is to keep participants on the edge-level  of neuroimmunology.

Prague belongs to one of the most popular destinations  in the world with rich history, architecture, cultural life and gastronomy. It is the seat of the famous Charles University – the oldest university in the Central Europe. The venue Congress Centre of „Na Homolce Hospital“ is fully equipped and will provide comfortable background for this exciting scientific course.

 

I am looking forward to welcome you in Prague.

 

Pavel Stourac

Local organizer

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