The 5th International Congress and Expo on Dementia and Neuroscience will take place from November 16-17, 2020 in Budapest, Hungary and is one of the premium annual events bringing together global experts to share their findings and pave way for future research in dementia for better patient outcomes. The conference is organized by Scientific Federation addresses major issues concerning dementia and neuroscience. The theme of the conference is Exploring the Challenges and Excellence in Dementia and Neuroscience Research.
Dementia and Neuroscience 2020 will feature an excellent line-up of talks and lectures from expert speakers in these fields. The conference focuses on all the aspects of the disease including its symptoms, causes and treatment options available and new discoveries and approaches in treatment and further aims to study the reason behind the continuous rise in Dementia and Alzheimer’s diseases. It also discusses the treatment options available and how these diseases can be contained globally. Several plenary talks, keynote sessions, academic discussions, technical presentations, exhibition, oral and poster presentations and other social events provide the attendees an option to learn more about these diseases and new ways to deal with them.
The event is anticipated to attract a large number of attendees including world renowned scientists, early-career researchers, students, policy makers, faculty members, pharmacists, health care practitioners, nursing professionals, and professionals from industry and academia to take part in the scientific sessions and tracks related to the field and receive constructive feedback to enhance career and business goals. Dementia and Neuroscience 2020 is dedicated to foster development of new therapies by promoting interaction between the participants and we hope this event will help in disseminating latest research results and exchanging views on future research directions in this field.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dementia and Neuroscience 2020 in Budapest, Hungary.