Jul 20, 2019 Last Updated 10:53 AM, Jul 6, 2019

AINI new applicants please read this:
If you wish to apply as a member of AINI you are kindly required to submit your application through our new online registration.


  • Click on the button below
  • Click on APPLY OR RENEW
  • Choose your category (Ordinary or Young)
  • Enter your email
  • Fill in the form
  • At the end of your application you will receive an email with user credentials and one with instructions to finalize your application

With your user credentials, you must attempt a login at aini.it in the “Registered area”. You will get an error message. Don’t worry. Your account will be activated by the Secretariat as soon as the Steering Committee approves your application.

After approval and payment*, you will receive an email as a confirmation of your registration as a member of AINI. You will now be able to access the Registered Area and download the scientific content from the Library.
*Ordinary Members only

Thank you for submitting your application!


New Members (Ordinary or Young) must apply for membership by using this form that will also be sent by email when submitting the application.

New Ordinary Members are also required to send their CV documenting their contribution to the development of neuroimmunology.

All documentation must be sent to AINI Secretariat - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Only Ordinary Members must pay the annual membership fee (€ 50) after approval
Young Members
have free membership until they turn 32


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Conferences & Courses

17° Corso CRNI Viva la differenza: sesso e neuroimmunologia

March 7-10, 2018 
Bergamo - Bergamo Science Center


Encefaliti Autoimmuni e Malattie Demielinizzanti Atipiche

16 febbraio 2018
Aula Magna Giorgio De Sandre


JNIInternational Brain Research Organization
Bringing Neuroscience to the World
JNIJournal of Neuroimmunology
Studies on all branches of neurosciences covering both research and clinical problems of neuroscientific interest.

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