Active participation and sponsorship of the Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience meeting by companies and publishers has been part of the meeting since the first “in vivo meeting” in Nottingham, UK in 1982. This conference provides a platform to facilitate the development and reﬁnement of methods for the detection of neurochemicals in the brain. The meeting uniquely brings together all the established research leaders, the young faculty, the aspiring post-doctoral fellows and PhD students for an intensive three and a half day period focused solely on innovation in bimolecular monitoring and state-of-the-art applications of neurochemical techniques ranging from studies conducted in single cells and animal models to those in humans.
Based on past meeting we expect 200-300 registrants from the EU and worldwide, particularly the US.
The interests of sponsors have been built into the meeting from the early planning stages. We ensure that good access to trade booths is available during all refreshment breaks, lunch breaks and during the poster sessions. All lunches and dinners will be together as a group adding to atmosphere and allowing continuous access of sponsors to delegates. Company representatives are full members of the meeting and attend all outings and functions giving you the best opportunity to establish new contacts and successfully build on existing links.
The trade show is available between 30th May to 1st June, however there is the ability to set up on the 29th May and have material shipped directly to the conference location (Chalmers University). There is also the option to have material collected with 24 hours of the end of the meeting providing piece of mind for the trade show.
For any sponsorship interest for this unique meeting, please feel free to get in touch for further information.
Director Sales & Marketing, Antec, Industrieweg 12, 2382 NV Zoeterwoude, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 6 3001 5001 (Europe), 321 480 5030 (USA), email@example.com
Please find attached the proposals for Sponsors:Sponsorship