Neuroscience conferences in 2020 [UPDATED]

Neuroscience conferences in 2020 [UPDATED]

Posted by Natasja Bogers on Thu 23 Apr. 2020 - 2 minute read

Looking for the best neuroscience conferences to add to your 2020 calendar? We’ve put together a comprehensive list of the best (behavioral) neuroscience conferences to attend this year, including meetings that have been rescheduled or postponed to next year due to the global coronavirus outbreak we are currently facing.

The Ultimate List of Neuroscience Conferences in 2020

While combining work, knowledge, and social events can be the ideal combination the sheer number of conferences organized worldwide can be a little overwhelming. Which meetings should you add to your calendar, and where should you go? This extensive list of (behavioral) neuroscience conferences and meetings, sorted by region, might help you out!

Neuroscience conferences in 2020

Neuroscience conferences in Europe

These conferences, focusing on brain development, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, Brain Development, and other neuroscience related topics are organized in Europe in 2020:

  • Neuronus 2020 IBRO Neuroscience Forum - postponed to 9-11 December, 2020 in Kraków, Poland
  • 27th Annual International STRESS AND BEHAVIOR Neuroscience and Biopsychiatry Conference - postponed to 16-19 September, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
  • XII Biennial Conference Barcelona-Pittsburgh - postponed to May 2021, Barcelona, Spain 








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Measuring Behavior is the premier interdisciplinary event for scientists and practitioners concerned with the study of human or animal behavior. This unique community and its biannual conference focuses on methods, techniques and tools in behavioral research in the widest sense.

Neuroscience conferences in North America

Plenty of conferences that are focusing on brain development, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, and other neuroscience related topics are organized in the North America region in 2020, including the largest neuroscience conference of the world. Here's an overview of neuroscience conferences organized in in North America in 2020:

Neuro-conferences in Asia and Oceania

Asia and Australia are hosting several international world congresses on neuroscience and related topics this year: 

  • 32nd World Congress on Neurology and Neuroscience - postponed to November 9-10, 2020 in Budapest, Hungary
  • World Congress on Neuroscience and Brain Disorders (Brain Disorders 2020) - postponed to November 23-24, 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
  • 3rd World Congress on Neurology and Mental Disorders - postponed to November 2-3, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan

Did we miss any conferences on (behavioral) neuroscience? And are any of these meetings on your 2020 calendar?

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Please note: Noldus Information Technology is not responsible for organizing these conferences and events. More details on each event can be found by visiting the conference event websites.

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