Women in Neuroscience Symposium 2022

The Women in Neuroscience Symposium will be held virtually in Georgia from August 12-14, 2022. Members of AINI will get a 50% discount on the registration fee. You can submit your abstract until July 30, 2022. For more information click here you can also download the flyer here


Neurowebinars è un’iniziativa interuniversitaria e interdisciplinare, didattica ed editoriale in rete, rivolta principalmente ma non solo agli specializzandi di tutte le scuole di neurologia, psichiatria e neuropsichiatria infantile, di psicologia clinica e neuropsicologia e a tutti i dottorandi in neuroscienze e di discipline affini del territorio nazionale.Illustri ricercatori e clinici sono di volta in volta invitati


 First European networking conference to provide guidelines and improve treatment of Autoimmune Encephalitis  Florence, Italy, 29-30 April 2022 (hybrid: attending online possible as well)  TREAT AIE is supported by the European Academy of Neurology (EAN), the European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD, network support scheme) and the Careggi University Hospital, Florence.  READ MORE

Joseph Altman Award in Developmental Neuroscience

The 6th Joseph Altman Award was awarded to Dr. Denis Jabaudon from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. READ MORE HERE

Science Fly Zone

The Italian Association for Neuroimmunology (AINI) and the Italian Society of Immunology, Clinical Immunology and Allergology (SIICA) stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian population and with its scientists and condemn the military aggression of Ukraine by the Russian Federation. We fully endorse the statements by ALLEA, the International Science Council, IUIS and EFIS, and we commit to support the

Santa Lucia Fondation – Fellowship in Neuroimmunology

Description A fellowship is available from April 2022 in the Molecular Neuroimmunology laboratory headed by Elisabetta Volpe at the Fondazione Santa Lucia in Rome. The research team is especially interested in studying immunological mechanisms involved in neuroinflammatory diseases. The overall objective of the work is to better understand the cross-talk between immune cells and glial cells in multiple sclerosis.