welcoming members from all backgrounds



7-10 August 2022

SEC Glasgow

Abstract Deadline:
Now closed
Registration Fee:

See icn2022.org


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BSN is hosting International Congress of Neuroendocrinology in Glasgow, UK in 2022 (ICN2022). The BSN Annual Meeting will be part of ICN 2022.

The 2022 International Congress of Neuroendocrinology (ICN 2022) is the place to discover world class science and be part of fully inclusive networking and interaction between all members of the international neuroendocrine community.

The Congress will be held on 7-10 August 2022 at SEC Glasgow, Scotland.

ICN 2022 promotes fairness and inclusivity within the neuroendocrine community, through a number of specific travel awards for neuroendocrinologists from developing and low income countries to attend ICN2022 in Glasgow.

Abstract submission now closed.

Registration bursaries for BSN members available

The British Society for Neuroendocrinology (BSN) are delighted to offer its members a limited number of registration bursaries to attend ICN 2022. 

Please check your emails for further information on how to get the bursaries.

Register: icn2022.org/register




Programme at a glance: https://icn2022.org/programme-at-a-glance/

Confirmed speakers

Geoffrey Harris lecture (sponsored by the International Neuroendocrine Federation, INF)
Professor Rae Silver, Columbia University in the City of New York (USA)
Topic: Circadian clocks 

Mortyn Jones lecture (sponsored by BSN)
Dr Liisa Galea, University of British Columbia, Canada
Topic: Sex hormones and behaviour

HNNA lecture (Sponsored by HINNA - Hypothalamic Neuroscience and Neuroendocrinology Australasia)
Professor Dave Grattan, University of Otago, New Zealand
Topic: Prolactin and behaviour

JNS lecture (sponsored by the Japanese Neuroendocrine Society, JNS)
Professor Hitoshi Ozawa, Nagasaki University, Japan
Topic: Anatomy/Physiology of Kisspeptin and HPG axis

Claude Benoit Lecture (Sponsored by the French Neuroendocrine Society)
Professor Sebastian Bouret, University of Lille, France
Topic: Early life origins of obesity and diabetes

PANS Lecture (sponsored by the Pan American Neuroendocrine Society)
Dr Sonia Lupien, University of Montreal, Canada
Topic: Effects of Stress on Cognition

History of Neuroendocrinology (Sponsored by INF)
Professor Gareth Leng, University of Edinburgh, UK
Topic:  To be decided

Inaugral Wylie Vale Public lecture (Sponsored by the congress)
Professor Giles Yeo, University of Cambridge, UK
Topic: Genes, diet and obesity