PsychoNeuroImmunology Research Society - PNIRS 2007

Dedicated to Interdisciplinary Research, Founded in 1997


Satellite Symposium of the German-Endocrine-Brain-Immune Network within the PNIRS Meeting
May 30 - June 2, 2007

This special satellite symposium is organised together with the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society (homepage: PNIRS). On the homepage of the PNIRS, you will find further information concerning hotel booking, registration for the PNIRS meeting, and abstract submission for the PNIRS meeting. Contributions to the satellite symposium of GEBIN should be send by E-Mail to (please see instructions below).

Satellite Symposium of the GEBIN
The satellite symposium of the GEBIN is thought to attract people from the PNIRS to issues of the GEBIN and vice versa. It will be a platform to demonstrate activities of the GEBIN in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The satellite symposium will be held on May 30, 2007, in the same conference center as the PNIRS meeting. However, the official PNIRS meeting starts after the GEBIN symposium on Wednesday evening, May 30. The satellite symposium consists of a lecture part with renowned speakers of the GEBIN. In addition, a poster presentation will demonstrate GEBIN activities in different laboratories in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.  The program of the GEBIN satellite symposium can be found here.

Instructions for poster contributors
In 1999, the GEBIN organised a meeting in Essen (Prof. Dr. Schedlowski). During this meeting, laboratories with an interest in interdisciplinary research at the interfaces of the brain, the endocrine system, and the immune system presented research activities in their laboratories or hospitals. A similar presentation is subject of the meeting in Arcachon in form of a poster session (see program). The posters should present the researchers, the laboratories, the research activities, present research funding, recent important publications and similar things. Here is the respective poster format as a Powerpoint File. Please send the title information to Information will be released on the homepage.

The deadline for submission of titles is May 1, 2007. The format of the posters is width x height: 100 cm x 140 cm.

Rainer H. Straub, January 2007