Norwegian Neuroscience Society - NNS - Organization
The Norwegian Neuroscience Society was founded on 23 April 2014 and is registered in the Brønnøysund Registry Centre under the Norwegian name Norsk Nevrovitenskapelig Forening (org. nr. 913 222 369). NNS represents a continuation of the former Norsk Nevrobiologisk Selskap.
NNS is governed by a Council of representatives from all main neuroscience research institutions in Norway: University of Oslo (UiO), University of Bergen (UiB), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, and University of Stavanger (UiS). Council members are elected among all members every four years.
The NNS secretariat is currently hosted by NTNU.
Current council members (2022 - )
AD/PD™ 2023 International Conference on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases and related neurological disorders
The members of Norwegian Neuroscience Society are welcome to submit their abstract before the upcoming deadline September 21, 2021.
Link to Abstract Topics
Link to Abstract Submission
As a global leader in finding solutions for patients with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and related neurodegenerative diseases, the AD/PD™ Conference is the ideal platform to expose research to an international audience. Presenting a poster or oral presentation offers unrivaled opportunities for global research collaboration and career development.
The accepted abstracts will be given the opportunity to take the stage physically in Gothenburg or remotely online.
The 2021 Nordic Neuroscience Meeting postponed to 2023
Due to the pandemic, the 2021 Nordic Neuroscience Meeting has been postponed and will be held in Denmark in 2023
NNS is a proud signatory of the #ALBADeclaration on Equity and Inclusion.
The Declaration represents our commitment to make science more inclusive. Sign the Declaration at www.alba.network/declaration
Open letter on the Future of Research in Europe made a difference
Thanks to all supporters of the open letter on #futureofresearch. 27th November 2019, the Von der Leyen commision revealed the definitive title for commisioner Mariya Gabriel, which now explicitly mentions research, education and culture. For more information visit https://www.futureofresearch.eu/
Launch of the ALBA Network
Recently founded by a group of international leading scientists, the ALBA Network aims to promote equality and diversity in brain sciences. Professor Carmen Sandi, FENS President and Chair of the ALBA Steering Committee, would like to encourage all brain scientists to join the Network. For more information, please visit the ALBA Network website: www.alba.network
Available jobs within neuroscience are posted at Jobbnorge.no