The FRM 2021 has concluded

Extended access for all FRM registrants to the lectures and poster presentations

until 27 November 2021


Dear FRM 2021 Participant,

The FENS Regional Meeting 2021 has officially concluded. We want to extend a genuine thank you to all of the participants for making the FRM 2021 a very successful meeting. We also would like to thank FENS and IBRO PERC whose support made the meeting possible, as well as all the people in the Polish Neuroscience Society, Lithuanian Neuroscience Association, and the FENS administration who brought it all together.

Please remember that for the next three months you will retain access to the conference platform and will be able to view all the lectures, symposia, and posters. And if you visit the conference webpage or the Polish Neuroscience Society site, we will have a series of graphics summarizing the meeting.

Looking forward, the FENS Forum 2022 is only one year away and will take place on 9-13 July 2022 in Paris, France. The preparations are already in full swing, and the call for satellite and networking events will open on 13 September (the submission deadline is 6 December 2021). The early registration & abstract submission, FENS-IBRO/PERC travel grant application, will open on 1 December 2021 (early registration closes on 22 February 2022).

Once again, thank you for your participation, and hope we all meet in Paris next year!




Grzegorz Hess,

Past President of the Polish Neuroscience Society

Osvaldas Rukšėnas,

President of the Lithuanian Neuroscience Association


The FRM 2021 is organized jointly by the Polish Neuroscience Society (PNS) and the Lithuanian Neuroscience Association (LNA) under the auspices and with support from the Federation of the European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), and also with support from the International Brain Research Organization Pan-Europe Regional Committee (IBRO PERC). The FRM 2021 original city venue was Krakow, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Organizing Committee decided to hold the event on-line to ensure all attendees may meet safely.

The conference will present the latest developments in neuroscience research and host panel discussions on topics ranging from directions for future development to diversity issues in the academia. Traditionally, the Regional Meetings foster interactions among the researchers in the region. This year, we want to take the on-line format as an opportunity, and showcase neuroscience research in our region to the global community

Be a part of the FENS Regional Meeting 2021!


On behalf of the FRM Organizing and Scientific Committees,

Grzegorz Hess, Polish Neuroscience Society

Osvaldas Ruksenas, Lithuanian Neuroscience Association


FRM 2021: join us online on 25-27 August 2021! 





Fiona Doetsch
The Center for Molecular Life
University of Basel,
Wolfram Schultz
University of Cambridge,
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Virginijus Šikšnys
Institute of  Biotechnology,
Vilnius University, 
University of Hertfordshire,
Hatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
 IBRO PERC Lecture
Institute of Molecular Biotechnology OAW,
Vienna, Austria

Riitta Hari
Aalto University, 
Helsinki, Finnland

Arturas Petronis
Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto, Canada
Amita Sehgal
Perelman School of Medicine, 
University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, USA

 Gábor Nyiri
Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
Budapest, Hungary






University of Edinburgh
United Kingdom
The Brain Prize is awarded by
the Lundbeck Foundation



Honorary Patronage 

  Honorary Patronage
of the Mayor of the City of Kraków
Jacek Majchrowski