Molecular Connectivity Symposium "What is brain connectivity?”

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of the Molecular Connectivity Working Group, I am delighted to invite you to our next hybrid symposium with the title “What is brain connectivity?”, bringing together leading experts in the field of fMRI, DWI, EEG, and molecular imaging. Registration is free (but places are limited - only 15 places left for in-person registration at the moment!).

:date: Date: May 3, 2024
:clock3: Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm CEST

:round_pushpin: Virtually + @TranslaTUM, University Hospital “Klinikum rechts der Isar”, Ismaninger Str. 22, Munich

Key Highlights:

· :globe_with_meridians: Recognized experts

· :handshake: Networking opportunities

· :mortar_board: Virtual and on-site hybrid event

· :clipboard: No registration fees


The symposium aims to identify a common denominator across modalities in the definition of macroscale brain connectivity. The event is supposed to provide a baseline for follow-up debates on standardized nomenclature for molecular connectivity.

:globe_with_meridians: For more information visit:


Registration for the symposium is open and free but obligatory. Places are limited so do not miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this event by securing your spot here.

NB: in-person registration closes on April 14th!

Thanks to the sponsors Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) - German Research Foundation, Bruker (PMOD), Curium Pharma, Technical University of Munich for the support.

Who we are

The Molecular Connectivity Working Group is an initiative of an international and interdisciplinary group of neuroimaging experts with background in biomedicine, health sciences, neuroscience, and physics. Our ultimate aim is to establish Molecular imaging as a tool to study brain Connectivity.