Bioelectronic Medicine: Technology Targeting Molecular Mechanisms – Symposium in Stockholm


The Bioelectronic Medicine: Technology Targeting Molecular Mechanisms symposium was held June 12-14, 2018 in Saltsjöbaden, Stockholm, Sweden.

Click here to learn more about bioelectronic medicine.

This was the second symposium – the inaugural meeting was held in New York City in 2016 (click here to learn more) – leaders in bioelectronic medicine characterized the challenges and opportunities facing the future of the field. Session topics include defining circuits, molecular targets, neural interfaces, signal processing, disruptive tools and technology, clinical updates, and accelerating clinical translation.



Accommodations for Tuesday and Wednesday evenings are included in registration for the symposium. Additional nights are available for booking at a rate of 1520 SEK + VAT per night. We recommend the Vår Gård Saltsjöbaden as it is conveniently located to the symposium and Stockholm railway

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Click here to view the agenda for this event.


Registration Fees

Registration Type Early Bird (by 5/1/18) Standard (after 5/1/18)
Students 2000 SEK ($250) 2530 SEK ($315)
Non-profit/academia 4530 SEK ($565) 5015 SEK ($625)
Industry 9025 SEK ($1,125) 10030 SEK ($1,250)


To Present a Poster

The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2018. Please click here for submission instructions and requirements. Submissions will be examined by the symposium scientific organizing committee. Submitting authors will be notified regarding acceptance via email. Accepted abstracts must be presented in the form of posters and select accepted abstracts will be presented as 20 minute talks.


Scientific Organizing Committee

  • Kevin J. Tracey, MD, President and CEO, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
  • Peder S. Olofsson, MD, PhD, Senior Researcher, Karolinska Institutet
  • Chad Bouton, Director, Center for Bioelectronic Medicine, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
  • Ulf Andersson, MD, PhD, Professor & Senior Physician, Karolinska Institutet
  • Meredith Burcyk, MHA, Administrative Manager, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research



A special thank you to our co-sponsors, Karolinska Institutet and Journal of Internal Medicine



Please e-mail any questions to the meeting coordinator Meredith Burcyk.

Click on the registration link above for details

Stockholm, Sweden