On April 27-28, 2023, the 4th Eurotau meeting will be held with the support of NeurotechEU partner Université de Lille.
Scientists from all over the world involved in Tau research will be gathering in Lille, France, to exchange ideas and hypotheses on the physiological and pathological roles of Tau proteins.
The first day will see three scientific sessions on this field’s latest information and research achievements.
The prestigious Rainwater Prize ceremony will also take place on this day. The Rainwater Prize Program was designed to increase awareness of critical gaps in neurodegenerative research, attract and retain researchers to work on tauopathies, and reward step-wise scientific achievements that can lead to effective patient treatments. This prize recognises investigator(s) whose work is considered a significant contribution to our understanding of Tau-related diseases.
The second day will follow up with four more scientific sessions and a plenary lecture from Jürgen Götz on Tau biology, tau vaccines, and therapeutic ultrasound.