The Institute of Experimental Medicine, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, is the leading institution in the Czech Republic for biomedical research, particularly in cell biology and pathology, neurobiology, neurophysiology, neuropathology, developmental toxicology and teratology, molecular epidemiology, molecular pharmacology, immunopharmacology, cancer research, molecular embryology, stem cells and nervous tissue regeneration. The Institute is an internationally recognized center in these fields, and as such it was selected as an EU Center of Excellence (MEDIPRA).
“Science has always been a great and beautiful adventure, hard work and the art of experimentation, including a versatile creativity, an art not only of communicating the results in academic lectures to colleagues, students and other interested individuals, but also of actively participating in their application into medical practice. A constant flow of new thoughts, ideas, doubts and critical evaluation of results is the daily reality of a scientist. In medical research, the situation is enhanced by our desire to reduce the suffering of patients and to improve their quality of life, and also by the need to deal with the ethical issures that are tied to our research.”
The 16th European Brain Awareness Week is being held in the Czech Republic from March 10th - 16th, 2012 in the main building of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, located on Národní 3 in Prague 1.
This year’s BAW kick’s off with a press conference being held on Monday, March 10th, 2014, in room 108 of the Academy of Sciences building. BAW 2014 also includes a series of public lectures where leading specialists are presenting new discoveries and trends in brain research and informing the general public about recent developments in the field of neuroscience as well as in the treatment of brain disorders.
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