Neuroscience is at the interface between biology and psychology. It is about the scientific study of nervous systems. It includes study of the nature and functioning of the nervous system at all levels, from the molecules that make up individual nerve cells and the transfer of information from one nerve cell to another, to the complexities of how behaviour, thoughts and emotions are produced. Neuroscientists are interested in many basic questions, including why do people and other animals behave, think and feel the way they do, how addictive drugs produce their effects, how brain cells develop, why they die or sometimes malfunction, and how they repair themselves when damaged.
Our vision is to foster interest in Neuroscience and facilitate communication between those interested in Neuroscience, within Southern Africa and Africa.
It is the mission of the South African Neuroscience Society to foster interest in Neuroscience and facilitate communication between those interested in Neuroscience, within Southern Africa and Africa.
FRIENDS OF SANS
University of Cape Town Cortex Club
Society of Neuroscientists of Africa
International Brain Research Organization
South African Society of Psychiatrists
Anatomical Society of Southern Africa
Physiology Society of Southern Africa
Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study
WHAT NEUROSCIENCE MEANS TO...
Dear SANS members, The deadline to submit an abstract for the South African Society for Bioinformatics / South African Society for Human Genetics conference and young researchers’ symposium is fast approaching (12 April). The conference will be held over 3 – 6 August 2019 at Century City, Cape Town. We hope that many of you Read more about SASBi-SC/SASHG Young Researchers’ Symposium 2019[…]
Dear SANS members, If you are attending the SONA/NSN 2019 meeting, please take note of the message below from Professor Olopade: AN UPDATE ON SECURITY SITUATION IN NIGERIA: A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY OF NEUROSCIENTISTS OF AFRICA (SONA) Greetings dear colleagues. We are now about 10 days to the SONA conference which Read more about Security update for SONA/NSN 2019 attendees[…]
The Wits Cortex Club is hosting Prof Zoltán Molnár from the University of Oxford on Wednesday 20 March at 15h00 in the Adler Museum of Medicine, Wits Faculty of Health Sciences. He will present his research on the lowermost cell layer of the cerebral cortex and its relevance in psychiatric and cognitive disorders. Please see Read more about Zoltán Molnár @ Wits Cortex Club[…]
Please see the attached invitation to an excellent Visceral Mind school at Bangor University, Wales, 2-6 September 2019.
Dear SANS members, We are looking to update our logo and there is still time for you to help! Please consider sharing your creativity and submit a design to email@example.com by 31 January 2019. Please ensure that all parts of the logo are copyright free.
Dear SANS members, Please find below an advert for a post-doctoral fellowship at Stellenbosch University.
An overview of the 2019 IBRO World Congress is now available. Please remember to apply for travel grants before the deadline!
Hi all, The International Brain Research Organisation World Congress will be held in Daegu, South Korea this year from 21 – 25 September. The IBRO World Congresses take place every 4 years and brings together thousands of neuroscientists to promote neuroscience research and awareness. Travel grant applications are now open https://ibro.org/ibro-world-congress-travel-grants/. The application deadline is 8 Read more about IBRO 2019[…]
The International Brain Research Organisation regularly sponsors neuroscience schools and travel grants. Please use this link to search for active and upcoming applications http://ibro.org/open-grants
Hi all, The 2019 SANS symposium will be part of the Biological Psychiatry Congress. We look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible. Please save the date!