The Brain Prize Meeting 2021
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE | March 1-4, 2021

Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Mechanisms and pathways to treatment

The virtual Brain Prize meeting 2021 will take place from 1 – 4 March 2021

With international keynote speakers including the 2020 Brain Prize winners, Huda Zoghbi and Adrian Bird, The Brain Prize meeting aims to bring junior and senior investigators together in a virtual environment to discuss progress and challenges in the field of neurodevelopmental disorder research.

Confirmed speakers are leaders in the field and sessions will cover epigenetics, regulation of gene expression, neuronal and circuit dysfunction, diagnosis, and pathways to treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders.

The virtual meeting is free to attend, and all sessions will be live to encourage dialogue and discussion amongst participants.
The meeting will close with the announcement of The Brain Prize winners, 2021.

February 2, 2021


Huda Zoghbi | Baylor College of Medicine | USA
Adrian Bird | University of Edinburgh | UK


Claudia Bagni | University of Lausanne | Switzerland
Elisabeth Binder | Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry | Germany
Flora Vaccarino | Yale University | USA
Jeffrey Neul | Vanderbilt University Medical Center | USA
Jessica Cardin | Yale University | USA
Jonathan Mill | University of Exeter | UK
Joseph Buxbaum | Mount Sinai | USA
Mark Daly | University of Helsinki | Finland
Matthew Hurles | Sanger Institute | UK


Konstantin Khodosevich | BRIC, University of Copenhagen | Denmark
Anne-Marie Bisgaard Pedersen | Rigshospitalet | Denmark
Gitte Moos Knudsen | University of Copenhagen | Denmark
Anders Børglum | Aarhus University | Denmark