IPEG 2016 in Nijmegen



The 19th Biennial Meeting of the Pharmaco-EEG Society will take place from 26th to 30th October 2016 in the pittoresque city of Nijmegen in the Netherlands.


This conference has been accredited by the Dutch association for Psychiatrists (NVvP) for 24 points



 Although it is the oldest town in the Netherlands, this city has a very vivid academic life with almost 33.000 students. The Radboud University will host the 2016 Meeting.


How to get to the Conference Site:

Download a detailed plan here

Site Plan

"Klinisch Trainings Centrum M260 Onderverdieping"


Already confirmed speakers include:


Fernando Lopes da Silva

Ole Jensen

Igor Timofeev
Hans-Peter Landolt
Sandra Loo


For those who are interested, the conference is preceded by an EEG training course


Note: In case that an announced speaker will not appear at the meeting, the IPEG will not be able to reimburse your registration.


All abstracts will be published in the Open Access Journal Neuropsychiatric Electrophysiology.



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Conference Dinner will be held at the "De Waagh".


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