Imaging Structure and Function of the Zebrafish Brain Conference

 30-31 July, 1st August 2022, Trondheim Norway

Summer in Trondheim

Welcome to the registration cite for the 6thImaging Structure and Function of the Zebrafish Brain Conference”, 30-31 July, 1st August 2022, Trondheim Norway “.

Our meeting will take place at Clarion Hotel in Trondheim with distinct Nordic architecture  ( ). The event will start on Saturday 30th July morning and will end on Monday August 1st noon. We recommend you to all arrive already latest by 29th July 2022 in Trondheim.

To ensure high attendance we tried to keep the conference registrations low as possible, which is 2700 NOK/person. This price include 2 days with lunches/snacks/coffee/poster boards/venue, and a half-day with coffee. 

We hope that you will also choose to join conference dinners on July 30th and July 31st evenings, 613NOK/person/evening. Drinks will be ordered additionally by the attendees during dinners.

Please use this link for registering to the conference, book your dinners and for submitting your abstracts (max 200 words, if you choose to submit):

The deadline for the registrations and cancellations are extended to 13th May 2022.  

All presentations will be selected from the submitted abstract by the help of our scientific committee (see below).

Given the increasing size of our community, we hope to accommodate as many labs as possible within the capacity of the venue. So please feel free to spread the news among other group leaders, who might be interested. As of now, we have around around 60 group leaders and in total around 140 people expressed their interest in this event. We can accommodate 1 group leader and maximum 2 trainees for each laboratory. If we have more space, we will announce this later, so that if you have additional trainees who might wish to come, they can register first come first basis.

COVID19 measures: During the conference, we will follow the rules and regulations recommended by Norway, not more, not less. Currently (March 2022) there are no COVID19 related restrictions within Norway. Please follow the updated recommendations from this website:

Travel to venue: It is likely that most of you will fly to Trondheim Airport. From the airport you may take a train to the city. You will notice that the trains are not very often ( ), but they are most cost efficient way to get to the city. Most of us take the airport shuttle bus ( which leaves airport every 15 min. You won’t need to reserve your tickets most of the time, but if you wish to do so, you may use the link above. Airport shuttle bus costs around 200NOK. Finally, you may also take a taxi at Trondheim Airport, but this might be expensive if you take taxi on the spot. If you pre-order flytaxi ( it is a lot cheaper (around 400-500 NOK), and you ride with few others in the cab.

Accommodation: Trondheim has many nice hotels that you may choose to stay. We also have an agreed price with the conference venue Clarion Hotel. The rates are 1190NOK single / 1390NOK double per night including breakfast. Currently 75 rooms are reserved for this agreed rate. To book rooms at this agreed rate you will need to contact email:  and give the booking reference “22315”, in addition to your name, phone number and credit card number + expiry date of the card as a guarantee for the booking.

About Trondheim and the region: Trondheim and its surrounding is incredibly beautiful during summer, so please consider taking sometime before or after the meeting to explore, hike, swim in the ocean and the lakes. Here are some ideas for things to do very near the city: , and broad Trondelag region:

We hope to see you all soon in beautiful Trondheim this summer.

Organizers: Nathalie Jurisch-Yaksi, Emre Yaksi 

For inquiries regarding the conference please use this email:

Scientific committee

Neurodevelopment (Corinne Houart, Kings College, London, UK)

Sensory systems (Yoshihiro Yoshihara, Riken, Tokyo, Japan)

Motor systems (Claire Wyart, ICM, Paris, France)

Sensorimotor processing (Aristides Arrenberg, University of Tubingen, Germany)

Sleep, stress and social behavior (Elena Dreosti, UCL, London, UK)

Learning, neuromodulation and internal states (Jennifer Li, MPI Tubingen, Germany)

Neural circuit mechanisms of diseases (Ellen Hoffman, Yale University, USA)

Novel tools and technologies (Benjamin Judkewitz, Charite, Berlin, Germany)

Preliminary program

(will be updated depending on the submitted and selected abstracts)

Saturday 30th July 2022

8:00 Registration

8:45 Welcome

9:00-10:30 Sensory systems (6 talks)

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Sensory/Motor Processing (6 talks)

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 Motor systems (6 talks)

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:00 Neural circuit development (4 talks)

17:00-19:00 Poster sessions

19:00-22:00 Dinner

Sunday 31st August 2022

9:00-10:30 Sleep, stress and social behavior (6 talks)

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Learning, neuromodulation and internal states (6 talks)

12:30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 Modulation and Plasticity (6 talks)

15:30-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:00 Novel tools and technologies (4 talks)

17:00-19:00 Poster sessions

19:00-22:00 Dinner

Monday 1st August 2022

9:00-10:00 Neural circuit mechanisms of diseases (4talks)

10:00-10:30 Coffee break

10:30-11:30 Novel tools and technologies (4talks)

11:30-12:00 Community Session

12:00 Concluding remarks