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 About us
 
   The Japanese Society for Neurochemistry was initially founded as an attached society of Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1958. Since then, along with the increase of members particularly from the field of basic research such as physiology, biochemistry, and pharmacology, the society was renamed as the present name in 1966. In 2007 we have cerebrated the 50th anniversary, and the society now has about 1500 members. This society is the largest and oldest society among neurochemistry societies worldwide. 
   The aim of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry shall be to promote the exchange of information and stimulate discussion and collaboration among the members and related international and national organizations, and to provide a forum and meetings for scientists covering all aspects of neurochemistry and brain science.
 

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Annual Meeting

58th Annual Meeting of The Japanese Society for Neurochemistry
Venue:Sonic City Hall
Date: September 11th(Fri) -13(Sun), 2015

 

Conference

ISN Special Conference 2014
Venue:
Tokyo, Japan
Date:
September 20-22, 2014


 

Board of Officers

(March 2015 – Date of Board Meeting in 2017)