WE ARE IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON'S

NEUROSCIENCE SOCIETY

ABOUT US

Imperial College Neuroscience Society was established in 2011 by a group of medical and biomedical science students with the vision of inspiring students who share a collective passion for neuroscience and nurturing neuroscience leaders of the future. 

With a membership of over 500, we are now one of the largest and most active student-led neuroscience societies in London. 

 

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Each year we host a plethora of educational events sure to broaden your neuroscience horizons! These include live brain dissections, monthly journal clubs, the Annual Neuroscience Revision Weekend, regular volunteering at the Royal Hospital of Neuro-Disability and our flagship event, Meeting Of The Minds! Click to find out more. 

 

meeting of the minds '19

Meeting Of The Minds is our international flagship event held annually at Imperial College London. With cutting-edge opportunities, inspiring lectures, engaging workshops and an all-round extraordinary level of exposure to renowned experts, it has been a huge success since its launch in 2007. 

The one-day conference features leading neuroscientists, neurologists and neurosurgeons from institutes across the country and internationally, speaking to an audience of 300 of the brightest neuroscientists of the future. 

 
 
Imperial College Neuroscience Society

Imperial College Neuroscience Society is the largest undergraduate and graduate student neuroscience organisation in London, UK. We run over 20 events annually across a wide range of topics for both Imperial and public attendances.​

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