About ISN Membership

Join the only international society focused on neurochemistry and striving to promote all relevant aspects of molecular and cellular neuroscience.

TOP REASONS FOR BEING A MEMBER

Be part of the ISN community, connecting people around the globe and across specialties and benefit from:

• Reduced congress registration fees
• Opportunity to apply for grants & awards
• Online access to journal 
      – Impact factor 4.337
      – Online access to all content of the Journal
• Listing/access to member directory
      – Search for members including by key words
• Newsletter
      – Twice a year
      – Society news & email announcements
• Right to vote at ISN annual business meetings and by email ballot
• Reduced $ 1000 open access JNC publication fee

 

Categories and Fees

Full Members  - Initial first two years**
 - One year renewal*
 - Two year renewal*
 $0
 $60
 $95
Student members  - Initial first two years**
 - One year renewal*
 - Two year renewal*
 $0
 $25
 $25
Free Members  - Emeritus
 - Honorary
 $0
 $0

* Membership year:

Please note that the membership is paid and due for one calendar year, from January 1st to December 31st .

The renewal is also for one calendar year from January 1st to December 31st.

** Membership application year:

Membership dues will be waived for newly admitted members for the calendar year in which you join ISN and the following year.

Dues: First 2 years of membership are free. Thereafter, $60 USD for one year renewal period, or  $95 for two year renewal period ($35 savings on two year renewals)

Reduced Membership Fees for Students – if an applicant has only recently begun research in neurochemistry, cell and molecular neuroscience or related fields and is in the process of attaining a doctoral degree with a reasonable prospect of continuous activity in these fields or has held a postdoctoral position for less than 3 years they may be eligible for a reduced membership fee of $25.

The society will also waive membership dues, on the basis of annual request and approval, if the economic conditions and currency regulation make such payment a serious hardship