4th European Conference of Brain Stimulation in Psychiatry

Bridging the gap: from theory to practice


UPDATE

Due to the COVID-19 situation and the uncertainties regarding travel restrictions and social distancing we have had to make some changes to our conference. We have reached out to the organizers of the Baden-Baden non-invasive brain stimulation meeting that was scheduled to take place in March, and have decided to join forces.

 

Currently, we are planning a hybrid meeting, with most of the presentations accessible in an online format and combined with a small physical conference in Nijmegen, depending on the regulations at that time. Our 4th European Conference on Brain Stimulation in Psychiatry will thus be held on Friday November 13th, and the Baden-Baden NIBS meeting will take place on November 10-13. 

We aim to arrange for a single-registration that provides access to both conferences. 

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you to this novel conference format!

 

The exact program and speakers will be announced at a later moment. We thank you for your understanding.


Nijmegen: 'Old city, young vibe'

 

Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands, having celebrated 2000 years of existence in 2005. Right at the start of our era Nijmegen was founded by the Romans as an important base because of its strategic location.The city Nijmegen is exciting, interesting and with a turbulent history. You can find evidence of past times everywhere, both in old buildings and in the city architecture.

And it’s not just a rich cultural history that Nijmegen has to offer. A large number of students, numerous events and festivals, unique hot spots and cozy restaurants all add up to an unprecedented liveliness in the city. Just put your feet in the sand at the city beach next to the river Waal, or relax at one of the numerous sidewalk cafes.