17th International Symposium on Cholinergic Mechanisms (ISCM 2022)
It’s our great honour to announce that the 17th International Symposium on Cholinergic Mechanisms (ISCM2022) will take place during May 8-12, 2022 in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The International Symposia on Cholinergic Mechanisms was first organized in 1970 in Sweden, and the tradition was continued over the years with the last meeting being held in 2019 in Israel. The principal objective of these ISCMs has been to highlight the progress in the molecular, cellular, pharmacological, toxicological, behavioural, and clinical aspects of the cholinergic system, to openly and critically discuss, consolidate collaboration, and, of course, friendships.
Therefore, ISCM2022 will be a great opportunity to review the latest developments in the field of cholinergic transmission, neurological and neuromuscular diseases, and a broad spectrum of related topics.
Along with a great scientific program, the participants will be able to enjoy Dubrovnik, a magnificent historic city, founded in the 7th century. Dubrovnik was a free city-state, seafaring, and trade centre from the 14th to the 19th century which ensured its economic and cultural prosperity for centuries. “Those who seek paradise on Earth must come to Dubrovnik”, wrote George Bernard Shaw, charmed by the beauty of the city’s 1940 m long defensive walls. The Old City, virtually unchanged since the 13th century, and a mild Mediterranean climate provide the fundaments for combining business with pleasure. Moreover, Dubrovnik is one of the Mediterranean’s top tourist destinations, as well as a popular filming location.
Let us all look forward to ISCM2022 in the beautiful surrounding of the unique and historic city of Dubrovnik with the hope that we will enjoy a successful and stimulating conference and take only the fondest memories with us home!
On behalf of the Organization Committee, we warmly welcome you to this great event!
Details - https://iscm2022.com/
Chair of ISCM2022
President of the International Scientific Board on Cholinergic Mechanisms