The 60th Anniversary Event
| The Japanese Society for Neurochemistry was initially founded as an affiliated society of the Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1958. Since then, the membership has grown particularly in the field of basic research, such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology, and was renamed in 1966. The society has now around 1250 members, and currently constitutes the largest neurochemical association in the world.
◆Journal of NEUROCHEMISTRY
To celebrate our 60th anniversary in 2017, we have published five review articles in the Journal of Neurochemistry from selected leading groups, which well represents the regions and fields of research in the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry.
MINI REVIEW SERIES: 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR NEUROCHEMISTRY
The special issue celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry is now available at Neurochemistry International. This special issue comprises 2 mini reviews, 11 review articles, 2 short communications, and 11 research articles covering wide range of exciting research topics in neurochemistry. Check out our special issue from the journal website.