Croatian Student Summit 16

Croatian Student Summit 16

Šalata 3, Zagreb

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VIRTUAL TICKET - University of Zagreb School of Medicine students

Booking fee: 0.00 HRK per ticket

free
This participation includes access to streamed lectures. Workshops and social programme are reserved for in-person participants, while poster sessions for active participants are going to be held in-person regardless of the type of purchased ticket.
VIRTUAL TICKET - Other participants

Booking fee: 5.00 HRK per ticket

50.00 HRK
This participation includes access to streamed lectures. Workshops and social programme are reserved for in-person participants, while poster sessions for active participants are going to be held in-person regardless of the type of purchased ticket.
University of Zagreb students

Booking fee: 5.00 HRK per ticket

50.00 HRK
This participation fee does not include accommodation nor dinner party. If you would like to participate in the dinner party, please also buy the "Dinner party" ticket. The deadline for registration with a ticket for the dinner party is October 25, 2020. For more information please visit: http://cross.mef.hr/en/about-cross/how-to-participate.
MEF ZG - alumni ticket

Booking fee: 5.00 HRK per ticket

225.00 HRK
Accommodation and Dinner party are not included in this ticket. If you would like to participate in the dinner party, please also buy the "Dinner party" ticket. For more information please visit: http://cross.mef.hr/en/about-cross/how-to-participate.
Other participants - Early Bird

Booking fee: 5.00 HRK per ticket

375.00 HRK
This participation fee is for active and passive participants, and accommodation (optional) is included in the price. Also, this participation fee includes the "Dinner party" ticket. For more information please visit: http://cross.mef.hr/en/about-cross/how-to-participate.
Poster session ticket

Booking fee: 5.00 HRK per ticket

190.00 HRK
Active participants only. Accommodation and other days' participation are not included in this ticket. If you would like to participate in the dinner party, please also buy the "Dinner party" ticket. Also, if you want to attend the lectures too, please buy only Early Bird/Normal ticket. For more information please visit: http://cross.mef.hr/en/about-cross/how-to-participate.
Dinner party

Booking fee: 5.00 HRK per ticket

120.00 HRK
Accommodation is not included in this ticket. Only for participants who purchased the "University of Zagreb School of Medicine students", "University of Zagreb students", "Poster session" or "MEF ZG - alumni" ticket. The deadline for registration with a ticket for the dinner party is October 25, 2020. For more information please visit: http://cross.mef.hr/en/about-cross/how-to-participate.
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More about the event

What is CROSS?
Croatian Student Summit – CROSS is a congress organized by the Student Council of the University of Zagreb, School of Medicine that has been continuously organized for 16 years in a row. 

The project was started in the academic year 2004./2005. and it involved also Dental, Veterinary and Pharmacy-Biochemistry Schools in the University of Zagreb.

This will be the sixteenth congress in a row which will take place from December 9 to December 12, 2020, at the School of Medicine University of Zagreb, Šalata 3.
This year's topic is Neuroscience. (This topic is only regarding lectures. Topics for poster presentations may differ. For more details about how to register and participate in CROSS 16 visit the page How to participate.)

This year‘s CROSS

This year‘s CROSS
In thirteen hundred square centimetres of an average skeletal framework resides the centre of human consciousness and the undisclosed secret of humanity. Once upon a time, back in the antics, the soft mass that fills our skull used to be compared to slag, serving its purpose as no more than a simple blood-cooling pool. 
After the Middle Ages, science made a grand entrance: with the development of sections and anatomy, certain parts of the brain were assigned their functions, the microscope explained microstructure, neurons and glia, and electrophysiology introduced a new, exciting dimension to an organ whose potential now seemed inexhaustible. The discovery of neurotransmitters and central nervous system connections to the periphery raised promising therapeutic questions for a number of health disorders. 
Psychiatry places the brain at the centre of interest, as the science of the soul, seeking to place it within morphological frameworks. The idyllic take-off period soon encountered unexpected obstacles - the discovery of the inability to regenerate neurons, supported by the fact that patients with lost brain functions very rarely recover, and brain transplantation is still impossible today.
With the beginning of the 20th century, linking neuroscience with other branches of medicine and harnessing technical advances has resulted in forging new concepts such as neuroplasticity and neuroimmunology, reintroducing neuroscience into a period of new insights. 
The 21st century has been called the Century of the Mind, with 35% of the European health system's funds spent on brain diseases, and nearly 180 million Europeans affected.
We are proud of a large number of renowned experts in their fields and therefore we invite you to join us at CROSS 16, listen to some of them and extend your knowledge about this very popular topic of today.

COVID-19 safety measures

COVID-19

Event is running at reduced capacity of 20%

Recommended distance between visitors is ensured by sitting and / or bar tables