What’s New

Important notice

Dear APSN members,

As you all know, the Covid-19 pandemic is overwhelming many countries. Taking seriously these situations into account, we decided to postpone the APSN2020 meeting. LOC team is now working hard on rescheduling etc. We will let you know the rescheduled dates as soon as fixed, but it will be early December. I hereby apologize for any inconvenience caused by this postponement. I hope we could overcome this and get together safely in December.

Akio Wanka
APSN President


    • Call for ISN-APSN Neuroscience School 2018 is open now! Details can be found here.?
    • Call for Organization of APSN2020 is open NOW! Details can be found here.
    • Call for APSN2018 Postgraduate Student Travel Grants Application is ON!
      Please visit http://apsn2018.medmeeting.org for more details. Deadline 20th June 2018.
    • The deadline for Young Investigator Colloquium (YIC) submission has been extended to 28th February 2018.
    • Deadline for symposium proposal application has been extended to 31st January 2018.?
  • Membership policy and payment methods have changed. For details, visit Membership.

President’s Message

I am honored to serve as President for the Asian Pacific Society for Neurochemistry (APSN). We are the peak body representing neurochemistry in the region, and our councilors represent the discipline and promote all aspects of neurochemistry within the region. In this regard, we hold a major conference on a biennial basis. Our most recent meeting was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (August 2016) with a major success. Our another mission is to nurture young scientists in the region. We hold neurochemistry schools on an annual basis for postgraduate students and early career researchers, which are assisted by our ongoing relationship with ISN. We are committed to serving our members and improving neurochemistry within the region. To achieve this, we have strong relationships with national neuroscience and neurochemistry societies within the Asian-Pacific region. Our goal is to foster these relationships further and thereby build a strong network of co-operation within the region. This would then facilitate collaboration and exchanges of ideas between labs and enhance the training of subsequent generations of scientists. I encourage you to engage with APSN and become part of a regional network of people with a common interest and vision. Please feel free to contact me with any suggestions. Akio Wanaka

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