The purpose of the Swedish Society for Neuroscience (SSfN) is to advance the understanding of all aspects of the normal function and development of the nervous system, and the diseases of the nervous system.

Furthermore, the Society promotes education in neuroscience as well as exchange and collaboration between Swedish and international neuroscience.

The Society represents Sweden in the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS). The chairman of the Society is the representative in the Governing Council of FENS. 




2016-08-09. Welcome to register to the Virginia-Nordic Precision Neuroscience meeting!

Welcome to register to the Virginia-Nordic Precision Neuroscience meeting taking place on October 5-7, 2016 in Ronoake, Virginia, at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute! It is a part of a new initiative with the goal to forge a joint scientific program, collaboration, and exchange with leading neuroscience institutions in Virginia. The registration is free of charge? For more information please go to:

2016-04-26. PhD position available at Lund University

For the postion ad please go to the following link:

2016-04-24. Are you planning to participate in the SfN 2016 annual meeting?

Please note that as a member of FENS, you have the opportunity to submit an abstract without being a member of SfN and attend the annual meeting in San Diego on 12-16th November 2016 at reduced member conditions!
You do that by registering for an ISM (International Society Members) slot. Note that there is a limited number of ISM slots available and that they will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis!
Further information on how to register for an ISM slot is available on the website of FENS where you may also find information on other member benefits.

Abstract submission opens on April 14th and closes on May 5th 2016.

2016-01-18. Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies invites you to participate in "Brain Repair: From Regeneration to Cellular Reprogramming".

For more information please click on the following link:


2016-01-11. The FENS Forum's early registration & abstract submission deadline is approaching fast - February 2nd, 2016!

2015-11-24. Registration for next year’s European Neuroscience Conference by/for Doctoral Students (ENCODS2016) opened October 1st.

ENCODS is a conference for PhD students at all stages of their PhD. Great communications skills are a vital part of disseminating science, which is why the program includes workshops evolving subjects like scientific writing and presentation skills. ENCODS is a great way for young scientists to interact with each other and with senior scientists in a different setting than usual, and serves as the optimal platform for the initiation of important collaborations across borders. We encourage all PhD students with an interest for Neuroscience to visit to read more about the conference and apply for the 2016 ENCODS. In total, 150 students will be selected to participate in the meeting, which will be held only 70 minutes by public transport from the airport in Copenhagen. ENCODS 2016 will take place June 29th ‐ July 1st, making it a perfect fit for attending the FENS 2016 in Copenhagen, starting immediately after. 

2015-06-17. FENS Featured Regional Meeting 2015

FENS Featured Regional Meeting 2015 is taking place on 7th - 10th October 2015 in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Deadline for abstract submission and for early registrations: 30 June 2015.  

The FENS Featured Regional Meeting 2015 (FFRM) is organised jointly by the Hellenic, Serbian and Israel Neuroscience Societies. For more information & program please go to:

2015-06-17. Letter from FENS President Monica Di Luca discussing use of animal research


ISM slots 2015 for SfN annual meeting, Chicago, October 2015

As a member of the Swedish Society for Neuroscience, you are welcome to take advantage of the following member benefit concerning the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual meeting taking place in Chicago, USA, in October 2015:

FENS, following agreement with SfN, offers our society the unique ISM slots which allow registered FENS members to submit an abstract without being a member of SfN and attend the annual meeting in Chicago on 17-21 October 2015 at reduced member conditions.
Please note that abstract submission opens on April 16th and closes on May 7th 2015.

Further information on how to register for an ISM slot is available on the website of FENS where you may also find information on other member benefits.

Nordic Neuroscience & the Scandinavian Physiological Society

Are you a neuroscientist in one of the Nordic countries?
Would you like to connect with other excellent Nordic scientists in your field?
Would you like to become a part of an exciting new network?
Here is your chance!

The first Nordic Neuroscience conference will take place in Trondheim, Norway, between June 10th-12th, 2015. The objectives of the conference are to open more interactions with neighboring countries and establish networks for future collaborations. Our wish is simply to achieve greater knowledge about what work is carried out in Nordic institutes. For more about the conference and registration, please click here:

To stay within the network before, after or outside of the conference, become a member of the Scandinavian Physiological Society: The society will give you a terrific opportunity to connect with your Scandinavian colleagues and to ensure that you will stay "in the loop" with what's on in the countries closest to yours!

Nordic Neuroscience is a Special Interest Group (SIG) under the Scandinavian Physiological Society and aims to facilitate interactions between neuroscientists in the Nordic countries.  To join the group please see

Regarding: the FENS-Kavli Network of Excellence

Below please find a press release regarding FENS and The Kavli Foundation's announcement of the first group of FENS-Kavli Scholars.