Why is neuroendocrinology important to me?


The British Society for Neuroendocrinology (BSN) is a scientific society that exists to promote research and learning into the interplay between the endocrine and nervous systems that control so many important body processes (see below for key subject categories). The ultimate aim of this research is to provide therapies for the many neuroendocrine diseases and disorders that may develop throughout the life course, and to develop methods to beneficially regulate normal neuroendocrine function in man and animals.

The origins of the Society date back to 1985, and it has published the international 'Journal of Neuroendocrinology' for over 20 years. Annual meetings are held either stand alone or jointly with European or UK societies with similar interests. The BSN has a number of grant schemes available to its membership to support neuroendocrine research by scientists at different phases of their careers, researcher mobility and skills training, international and UK travel, as well as support for scientific meetings and public engagement events.

2016 BSN meeting in Glasgow - register NOW!

The 2016 Annual British Society for Neuroendocrinology meeting will be held at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of GlasgowGlasgow between the 28th and 30th August 2016. Program available here - https://db.tt/k3qf4fOs

NEW! Information for delegates available here - http://tinyurl.com/zbhsy44 and here - https://db.tt/AisVUozL

To register:

Go to the portal - https://my.neuroendo.org.uk/index.php

Log in with your BSN member details (the same you use to renew membership). Non-members can create an account to register.

Go to "Events and Conferences" at the top of the page. 

Click the blue button on the BSN Annual Meeting event bar to start registration.

If you have problems with registering, e-mail theteam@neuroendo.org.uk, or call 020 3793 7855.

The abstract deadline has now closed.

2016 BSN Annual Meeting - Early Stage Researcher Symposium

The ESR Symposium before the main meeting in Glasgow has a great program lined up! Open to all postgrads and postdocs at no extra cost, the Symposium starts with lunch, leading into some great discussion topics. The program is available at https://db.tt/X6UXaEID


Novel Approaches to Hormone Sensing (The Inaugural Bayliss-Starling Symposium)‏

A H3 Symposium, Novel Approaches to Hormone Sensing (The Inaugural Bayliss-Starling Symposium)‏, takes place on 14th September 2016, at Hodgkin Huxley House, London. Flyer and details available at https://db.tt/SnvKNH7E.

2nd Warwick Quantitative Biomedicine Programme

2nd Warwick Quantitative Biomedicine Programme
Medicine in the 4th Dimension

Location: University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Date: 5th July 2016
Conference fee: £20

We are pleased to announce the 2nd Warwick Systems Biomedicine Programme Symposium entitled: Medicine in the 4th dimension. The purpose of this multidisciplinary symposium is to bring together clinical scientists, biologists, chemists, physicists, mathematicians and statisticians to address the issue of timing in Systems Biomedicine. The symposium will take place in the Medical Teaching Centre of the Gibbet Hill Campus of the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, on 5 July 2016. An exciting international panel of speakers has confirmed their presence including Hiroki Ueda (Japan), Rudi Balling (Luxemburg), Mike White (Manchester), Helen Blau (USA) and many more.
Of note, we will also host the UK Clock Club on Monday, 4th July 2016. This bi-yearly meeting typically gathers more than 100 chronobiologists from across the UK and abroad. The keynote lecture will be held by Achim Kramer (Germany).

More information on both meetings can be found at go.warwick.ac.uk/medicine4d and go.warwick.ac.uk/UKClockClub

BioDynamics Workshop 2016 in Exeter

BioDynamics Workshop 2016

Wednesday, 7 September 2016 - 12:00pm

BioDynamics would like to invite you to the next BioDynamics Workshop, which will take place in Exeter on 7-9 September 2016. This will be the third in a series of international workshops designed to bring together biologists, mathematicians, clinicians, physicists, and computer scientists who are interested in dynamics and networks in the biological and medical sciences. BioDynamics 2016 promises to provide an exciting opportunity for scientists to present both methods and data in a multidisciplinary forum and hear how interdisciplinary collaborations can provide major conceptual advances in our understanding of complex biomedical systems.

For the full program visit http://www.bio-dynamics.org/events/biodynamics-2016

Masterclass Series on Neuroendocrinology - now 4 volumes


The series ‘Masterclass in Neuroendocrinology’, a co- publication between Wiley and the INF (International Neuroendocrine Foundation), aims to illustrate highest standards and encourage the use of the latest technologies in basic and clinical research and hopes to provide inspiration for further exploration into the exciting field of neuroendocrinology. For more information on all the volumes available go to http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-351119.html

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