POSTPONED: MEA Meeting rescheduled for July 2022

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16th April 2020: - MEA Meeting (Int’l Conference on Microelectrode Arrays) was rescheduled to 2022

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The 2020 MEA Meeting, originally scheduled for July 8-10, 2020, has been postponed! Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and based on information from our local and federal health authorities, the MEA Meeting cannot take place in July 2020. We plan to reschedule the conference for July 2022. We wish you all good health and look forward to seeing you in 2022 in Tübingen!

Dr. Peter D. Jones and Dr. Günther Zeck from the Natural and Medical Sciences Institute have been organizing the MEA Meeting (Int’l Conference on Microelectrode Arrays) for originally July 2020, together with Prof. Holger Lerche and Dr. Ulrike Hedrich from the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research

New Date: July 2022

Location: Bootshaus, Tübingen

For more information, check the Website: MEA Meeting

The 12th International Conference on Microelectrode Arrays for Life Sciences brings together international experts in basic and applied research who develop and use microelectrode arrays (MEAs), neural probes, and neurochips. MEAs are used in neuroscience, cardiovascular research, drug discovery, and neurotechnology.

MEAs have helped to unravel the fundamental physiological functions of the brain, such as memory, learning, circadian rhythms, and neuronal development. Through MEAs, we are beginning to broaden our understanding of cognitive diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease and epilepsy. Advancements in MEA technology have given new momentum to cardiovascular, stem cell, and retina research.

The biennial MEA Meeting has established itself as the most a unique platform for scientific exchange among users and internationally recognized scientists from academia and industry. It attracts biologists, engineers, and physicists from around the globe to Germany. In addition to a program of presentations and posters, leading companies will exhibit their latest developments.

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