“Having attended two Brain Conferences, I can attest that these meetings provide an ideal combination of excellent science, an open atmosphere and comfortable facilities, allowing attendees and speakers alike to easily focus on the academic exchange of ideas. As an editor of a scientific journal attending with press credentials, I would strongly recommend The Brain Conferences to other potential attendees with similarly broad scientific interests.”

Noah W. Gray, Ph.D. (Senior Editor, Nature, USA)

“I really enjoyed The Brain Conference in sleep since I was able to have a close look at other people’s science and interact with top scientists in the field of sleep. I was able to present my work and got an honest feedback from many researchers in terms of how to improve my research and to set the future goal of my research direction in the field of sleep which is important at my career stage. The program dealt with diverse topics from animals models to human, which helped us to be exposed to various research field and views to look at the sleep research. The Brain Conference with only about 100 people made the atmosphere very friendly since we were able to constantly interact with other scientists.”

Shinjae Chung, Postdoc (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

“I have attended two of the conferences and found them both to be of very high quality. The topics were cutting edge and the programmes were broad and varied.

The list of speakers included leading scientists as well as rising stars. The format, size, and setting are ideal for interaction and discussion among attendees. And as a member of the press, I felt very welcomed.”

Stavroula Kousta, Ph.D. (Senior Editor, PLOS Biology)