2 de diciembre de 2016

XL Annual Congress of the Brazilian Society for Neuroscience and Behavior


It is with great pleasure that we invite you to XL Annual Congress of the Brazilian Society for Neuroscience and Behavior, which will take place in UNESP –Araraquara   São Paulo, Brazil, from July 26 to 29, 2017.  The Congress is a meeting of approximately 1,200 participants on the field of Neuroscience. It features symposia, national and international conferences, courses and about 800 poster presentations in a myriad of subjects within Neuroscience.

Category Activity $
SPONSORSHIP Event materials: folders, blocks, pens, badges Provided by sponsor
INSERTION Inserting advertising material into the folder  $               300,00
BRONZE Conference or Course on technique  $               900,00
CRYSTAL Stand 6m²  $           1.200,00
SILVER Stand 6m² + Conference or Course  $           1.650,00
GOLD Stand 9m²  $           1.710,00
DIAMOND Stand 9m² +Conference or Course  $           2.210,00


* Conference or Course – The room lease is per day lasting one hour and with audio visual equipment included.* The exhibition area will have a strategic location next to the access to the auditoriums and the space for the coffee break

Confirmed speakers:

  • Social stress-induced depression, autonomic dysregulation and cardiovascular dysfunction in rodents.
    Andrea Sgoifo (The University of Milan- ITA)
  • Understand the neural circuits of aggression
    Dayu Lyn (Smilow Research Center-USA)
  • Neurobiology of Social Bonding and Empathy: Implications for Autism
    Larry J. Young, PhD (Emory University School of Medicine-USA)
  • The stress neuromatrix
    Nuno Sousa (University of Minho-POR)
  • Found in Translation: Training the Next Generation of Translational Neuroscientists

Susan Amara (NIH-USA)


  • Gilson Volpato- UNESP



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