OPPORTUNITIES July 7 - 11, 2015 Rio de Janeiro Brazil SPONSORSHIP

July 7 - 11, 2015
Rio de Janeiro Brazil
SPONSORSHIP
OPPORTUNITIES
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...an excellent scientific program
with the presence of the most
important names in the
World of Neuroscience.
Dear Partners,
The 9th edition of the IBRO World Congress on Neuroscience will be held
for the first time in a Latin American country . The event will take place from
07 to 11 July 2015, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The city is now one of the
largest economic and cultural centers of the region. That is, nature,
economic growth and friendly people, united to an excellent scientific
program with the presence of the most important names in the World of
Neuroscience.
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The expectation is that Congress receives about 4,500 attendees and this
occasion is perfect to your company to expand the market in the Latin American
continent with development of partnerships and unique opportunities arising from
personal interaction and networking.
In the following proposal we present, there are all the possible investment options
available to implement the presence of your company in the Congress.
We welcome your presence.
Roberto Lent
Chair of the Local Organizing Committee
ibro2015.org
COMMITTEES
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
The LOC is responsible for the whole organization of the congress, in close cooperation with IBRO
central office, representing the Brazilian Society of Neuroscience and Behavior (SBNeC).
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Roberto Lent (chair), Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
Cecilia Hedin-Pereira, Institute of Biophysics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
Luiz Eugenio Mello, São Paulo School of Medicine, Federal University of São Paulo.
Stevens Rehen, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
PAST WORLD
CONGRESS
Venue
Lausanne, Switzerland
Year
Nr. of
Delegates
1982
2500
Budapest, Hungary
1987
3000
Montreal, Canada
1991
3500
Kyoto, Japan
1995
3500
Jerusalem, Israel
1999
3500
Prague, Czech Republic 2003
4000
Melbourne, Australia
2007
2500
Florence, Italy
2011
4200
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
The Program Committee is formed by 11 neuroscientists of different countries, and is responsible for planning the
scientific program comprising lectures, symposia and minisymposia, in close cooperation with the Local Organizing
Committee and IBRO direction.
Rafael Linden (chair), Institute of Biophysics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Christian Giaume, College de France, France [Glia, glia-neuron interactions].
Megan Holmes, University of Edinburgh, Scotland [Homeostatic and neuroendocrine systems].
Christine van Broeckhoven, University of Antwerp, Belgium [Disorders of the nervous system].
Mu-Ming Poo, University of California at Berkeley, USA [Physiology: neuronal excitability and synapse function].
Min Zhuo, University of Toronto, Canada [Sensory and motor systems].
Keiji Tanaka, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Saitama, Japan [Cognition and behavior].
Freda Miller, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada [Development].
Andrew Schwartz, University of Pittsburgh, USA [Physiology: systems/network functions, computational
neuroscience].
 Roberto Lent, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil [representing the LOC Local Organizing Committee].
 Dora F. Ventura, Institute of Psychology, University of São Paulo [representing LARC - Latin American Regional
Committee]
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SCIENTIFIC
PROGRAM
SYMPOSIA:
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Novel strategies to elucidate function of neurotransmitter-gated ion channels
Brain diseases and neuroprotective strategies: experimental approaches and human studies
Computational Approaches to Understanding the Brain
New perspectives on microglial cells as essential components of the CNS
fMRI population receptive field measurements and their applications to study brain plasticity and cognitive functions
Glia and synapses: from development to synaptopathies
Cortical interneurons in development and disease
Should I stay, should I go: role of basal ganglia in control of drug addiction and food intake
Adult neurogenesis: from circuit to function
Circuit dynamics of the hippocampal-amygdala network and their alterations in stress and anxiety disorders
Novel mechanisms of cellular and memory failure in Alzheimer's disease
Emotional memory: neural basis in animals and humans
Risk factors contributing to dopamine neuron degeneration and progression
The “ultimate synapse”. Advances in neuromuscular junction development, structure and function
The art of forging neurons: programming and reprogramming the brain
Vesicular transporters: From molecular function to behavior and disease
Cortical Plasticity Following Sensory Loss and Restoration
Lessons in brain structure, function and behavior from animal diversity
Evolution of cerebral cortical development
MINI-SYMPOSIA:
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Temporal organization of perception and action
The role of the basal ganglia in action-selection
Frontiers in endocannabinoid signaling.
Beyond the gateway: bottom-up and top-down interactions in thalamus-cortex networks
Music as a window onto the brain
Sex-steroid hormones and cognition
Coffee break – re-wiring and re-balancing the brain with caffeine
Ionic transporters in microglia, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes: potential therapeutic targets for stroke
Noradrenergic regulation of memory reconsolidation: Neural mechanisms and therapeutic targets
TGF-beta signaling in neuronal development and degeneration.
Mechanisms of network synchronization and hyperexcitability
Glucocorticoid Hormones and the Regulation of Memory in Health and Disease: from Animal Models to Clinical Practice
 Sleep and Memory
 Alumni mini-symposium: Neurodegeneration and Neural repair
 Neuroimmune interactions in health and disease
Venue
Av: Paulo de Frontin, 1 - Cidade Nova
Rio de Janeiro - RJ - Cep: 20260-010
Sponsorship and Exhibition
Carolina Pinheiro
Phone: (55 21) 2286-2846
(55 21) 96865-6547
E-mail: [email protected]
FLOOR PLAN
GROUND
FLOOR
FLOOR PLAN
SECOND
FLOOR
MEZZANINE
Booths 1 to 42 (9sqm) 3x3m
Total Area 378 sqm
BOOTHS
9 sqm
booth
2,20m
The booth comes with standard basic scheme that includes:
 Octanorm Panels
 Fascia panel, one per open side
 Electricity connection
 1 spotlight per 3 sqm
 Carpet
 1 table and 2 chairs
 1 Recycle Bin
Investment
R$
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12.000,
3m
3m
SPONSORSHIP
PACKAGES
SPONSORSHIP
GOLD
SILVER
4
2
BRONZE
Double page advertisement in the Final Program
Full page advertisement in the Final Program
Half page advertisement in the Final Program
IBRO 2015 registrations
Insertion of promotional materials in congress attendee's bags
Mailing List
Slide projection with a sponsor's logo during sessions breaks
Sponsor's logo on signage
Sponsor's logo with hyperlink on congress website
Investment
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R$ 25.000,
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R$ 20.000,
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R$15.000,
SPONSORSHIP
OPPORTUNITIES
SPONSORSHIP
Advertisement on 2nd Cover Final Program
Advertisement on 3rd Cover Final Program
Advertisement on 4th Cover Final Program
Badge
Bags
Banner at external input
Banner in the parking lot (areas A, B, C and D)
Banner on website
Blimp at external input
Cloack room
Double page advertisement in the Final Program
Full page advertisement in the Final Program
Half page advertisement in the Final Program
Insertion of promotional materials in congress attendee's bags
Internal Signage
Mobile Application
Online Certificates
Pens
Pocket Program
Secretariat
Slide Projection with a sponsor's logo during sessions breaks
Totem at external input
Totem on escalator's hall (ground floor)
Totem on escalator's hall (mezzanine)
Writing Pads
INVESTMENT
R$ 10.000,00
R$ 8.500,00
R$ 10.000,00
R$ 7.500,00
R$ 30.000,00
R$ 1.000,00/sqm
R$ 9.000,00
R$ 3.000,00/month
R$ 12.000,00
R$ 10.000,00
R$ 7.500,00
R$ 6.000,00
R$ 3.500,00
R$ 3.500,00
R$ 15.000,00
R$ 15.000,00
R$ 5.000,00
R$ 10.000,00
R$ 20.000,00
R$ 15.000,00
R$ 3.500,00
R$ 8.000,00
R$ 6.000,00
R$ 6.000,00
R$ 10.000,00
SATELLITE
SYMPOSIUM*
*1 hour duration in room for
up to 600 participants.
Investment
R$
12,000
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