Iconeus to sponsor LEARNMEM 2023

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This month we’re sponsoring LEARNMEM 2023, the International Conference on Learning and Memory, being held in Surf City, California from 26–30 April. Join us there to talk to our application specialists and see our selection of fUS probes.

Huntington Beach, California

The International Conference on Learning and Memory (LEARNMEM 2023) began life in 2018, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at UC Irvine. This year, after a five-year break, the conference is returning to its original venue in Huntington Beach, Surf City, California, from 26–30 April.

With learning and memory being an area with much potential to benefit from the insights obtained by brain imaging technologies like fUS, we’re pleased to be sponsoring the conference, and we will be heading there to enjoy the packed program of keynote talks, symposia and poster sessions.

Our colleagues Soumee Bhattacharya, Ph.D., and Hippolyte De Valmont will be on the Iconeus booth over the course of the conference, where they’ll have a range of fUS probes on display, and will be ready to answer questions about how fUS technology could help researchers in this field.

Would you like to book a slot to learn more about fUS at LEARNMEM 2023? Let us know a suitable time, and we’ll be in touch.

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