Forschungsschwerpunkt Translationale Neurowissenschaften Mainz

Rhine-Main-Neuroimaging Retreat

The 2nd biennial Rhine-Main-Neuroimaging Retreat will take place in Hohensolms,

May 3rd-5th 2017

We will have two days of workshops, lectures and fun in the old castle of Hohensolms.

 

Program:

Click here for a detailed program of the

Rhine-Main-Neuroimaging Retreat

 

 

Venue:

The retreat will be in the youth hostel in Hohenahr.

Address Evangelische Jugendburg Hohensolms
Burgstr. 12
35644 Hohenahr

Principal investigators and PostDocs can choose to stay over night in the Hotel Bürgerhof in Wetzlar which is 20 min by car from the youth hostel in Hohenahr.

Address Hotel Bürgerhof
Konrad-Adenauer-Promenade 20
35578 Wetzlar

 

Registration:

The registration is open until April, 21st 2017. Please be aware that there is only a limited number of places.

The participation fee differs depending on your chosen over-night stay.

  • 50 Euro participation fee: Accommodation in the youth hostel in a shared room (2 -6 people). If you like to share a room with someone specific, then please write an Email to Anita Schick after confirmed registration.
  • 80 Euro participation fee: Principal investigators and PostDocs can choose to stay in the youth hostel in a double room.
  • 190 Euro participation fee: Principal investigators and PostDocs can stay in a single room in the Hotel Bürgerhof. The single rooms in the hotel are equipped with en suite bathroom, cable-TV and radio, desk, telefon and WLAN. Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.
  • Day tickets include the meals and should be purchased in advance for better organization.

 

This is how a four-bed room in the youth hostel (left) and a single room in the Hotel Bürgerhof (right) look like. Click on the pictures to get a better impression of the accommodations.

 

Please select your accommodation and click on “Jetzt anmelden”:

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