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Due to the ongoing fight against COVID-19 world wide and the unknown projection into the future, the IPEG Board of Directors and the local organizer of this year`s 2020 IPEG Meting at the Mount Sinai Hospital have made the very difficult decision to postpone this year`s conference to 2021. We feel that during these days it is very important to guarantee safety and health of all our members and potential participants. 


We hope to find possible solutions to somehow substitute the personal exchange of research findings and the well known vivid discussions  of the IPEG meetings at the end of the year. We will inform you on any further steps.


The planned 21st IPEG Meeting 2020 at the Mount Sinai Hospital,  Stern auditorium, New York,
from October 29th through November 1st, 2020 has been postponed to 2021






Again, the IPEG Meeting in New York will have great Keynote Lectures from Scientists that pushed forward the Science in the fiels of Neurophysiology, Pharmacology and Translational Research:


  Postponed to 2021



1. György Buzsáki, MD, PhD



2. Helen S Mayberg



3. Amit Etkin



4. Sandra Loo


The IPEG Meeting 2020 in NY has been postponed to 2021 If you have any questions, please write to conference@ipeg-society.org. We will have regular updates on the website. 

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PROGRAM of the ZURICH Meeting 2018 (short version) HERE (FLASH required)









20th biennial IPEG Meeting has been held in Zurich, Switzerland

from 21st-25th November 2018



 Keynote Lectures were given by:

Franz Vollenweider, Zurich, Switzerland

Nikolai Axmacher, Bochum Germany

Derk-Jan Dijk, Guildford, England, UK

Nikos K. Logothetis, Tubingen, Germany

 Daniel Brandeis, Zurich, Switzerland

Jonathan Downar, Toronto, Canada

 Martijn Arns, Nijmegen, the Netherlands




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