The Organizing and Scientific Committee invites you to participate in the 1. Balkans Clinical Neuroscience Symposium (BCNS 2021). The BCNS 2021 is an online symposium which will take place in between the dates 11-12 September 2021 and intended for opinion leaders, scientists, scholars and clinicians working in the clinical neuroscience and related fields. It is also open to medical school, biology, psychology, neuroscience students and graduates, who want to develop their academic, research and/or clinical skills. Besides, scholars with a focus on interdisciplinarity crossing the borders between their fields and (clinical) neuroscience are encouraged to apply. 


The symposium has global and local goals: First, it aims to bring together academics, scientists, and research scholars all over the globe to exchange and share their research about all aspects of clinical neuroscience and to foster the investigation and treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders,  to critically appraise research in neuroscience and the newest technological advances in the biomedicine in related areas.   Second, the symposium aims to foster the progress, collaboration and networking for neuroscience in the Balkans. It also aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for scientists, clinicians, and students. 


The symposium will be fully online. There is no registration fee. All submissions will be peer-reviewed and accepted abstracts for oral presentation will be published in the Abstract Book. We look forward to seeing you at this memorable event.

Adam Caar

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Pınar Ünal Aydın, M.D.

International University of Sarajevo,
Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Ayla Arslan, Ph. D.

School of Advanced Studies,
Tyumen State University, Russia

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Orkun Aydın, M.D.

International University of Sarajevo,
Bosnia and Herzegovina