Iconeus to exhibit at the FENS Forum 2022

From 9–13 July 2022, our Application Specialists and our Iconeus One system will be at the FENS Forum in Paris. Drop by our booth to find out more about fUS could help your research.

The Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) is the main organization for neuroscience in Europe, representing 44 neuroscience societies, and with over 21,000 members. So their forum – held every two years since 1998 – is an important one in our calendar, and we’re eagerly anticipating this year’s in-person event.

What’s more, we’re delighted that the forum is returning to Paris, where it was last held in 2002. So for us it’ll be a short hop across the city to the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, where the FENS Forum is being held in Pavilion 7. As well as the scientific program, we’re looking forward to the opportunity to connect to researchers and talk about how fUS might be able to support their preclinical research (and highlight the growing role of fUS on the clinical side too).

All our Application Specialists will be present at the meeting for the duration of the event from 9–13 July, and you’ll be able to see an Iconeus One system and a selection of fUS probes too. Come and find us on Booth 018, and we’ll look forward to a fruitful discussion!

Would you like to book a slot to talk to one of our Applications Specialists at the FENS Forum 2022? Let us know a suitable time, and we’ll be in touch.

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