Previous ISN Biennial Meetings

ISN holds biennial meetings throughout the world, in conjunction with regional societies - ASN, ESN and APSN - on a rotational basis.
Our biennial meetings promise to be very stimulating, addressing a wide range of topics of the field of neurochemistry, reuniting professionals from across the globe in a vibrant environment.  The meetings will feature the latest advances in cellular and molecular neuroscience within the framework of a fitting comprehensive program.



The International Society for Neurochemistry and the European Society for Neurochemistry hosted the 2017 ISN-ESN Meeting in Paris, France from August 20-24, 2017.


25th Meeting of the International Society for Neurochemistry 

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The International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) and the Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry (APSN) in conjunction with the Australasian Neuroscience Society (ANS) hosted the 25th ISN-APSN Biennial Meeting in Cairns, Australia, August 23-27, 2015.


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The 25th ISN-APSN Joint Biennial Meeting in Cairns, Australia organised in conjunction with the Australasian Society for Neuroscience (ANS) was proudly sponsored by Tourism and Events Queensland

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24th Meeting of the International Society for Neurochemistry

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ISN ASN Cancun, Mexico, April 20-24, 2013, was a great success. The meeting featured the latest advances in cellular and molecular neuroscience and new friendships and networks were formed among colleagues.

Browse through our photo gallery to see the success!



23rd Meeting of the International Society for Neurochemistry
The ancient city of Athens proved to be a wonderful venue for the 23rd ISN-ESN Biennial Meeting. The Local Organizing Committee chaired by Dimitra Mangoura delivered an exciting mix of contemporary neuroscience to almost 900 registrants. Under the guidance of Program Chair, Tomoaki Shirao, registrants scrambled between 33 symposia, 10 workshops and 6 young investigator sessions to soak up the latest advances in molecular and cellular neuroscience. Numerous young scientists from Greece were present and many young registrants received travel awards from ISN. Outstanding plenary lectures were delivered by Linda Buck (USA), Erin Schumann (Germany), Roger Tsien (USA), Tom Jessell (USA), Katsuhiko Mikoshiba (Japan) and Patrizia Cassacia (USA). Giles Hardingham (UK) and Jason Shepherd (USA) were honoured as the ISN Young Scientists Lecturers. The Congress dinner down by the waterfront was a highlight of the meeting.
Reports on Satellite Meetings
Ljubljana, Slovenia - 24 - 27 August 2011:
“Glial cells in (patho)physiology”, Vladimir Parpura/Robert Zorec - Report
Stresa, Italy - 04 - 07 September 2011:
“The synapse: from physiology to pathology”, Carlo Sala/Monica de Luca - Report
Istanbul, Turkey - 23 - 26 August 2011:
“Recent Frontiers and Advances in Drug Abuse Addiction”, Syed Ali - Report
Kolymbari, Crete, Greece - 24 - 28 August 2011:
"The 10th Biennial ISN Satellite Meeting on Myelin Biology", Elior Peles - Report 

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