Neuronus IBRO Neuroscience Forum is an interdisciplinary, international conference organized biennially at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, with the aim of attracting young researchers from diverse sub-disciplines of neuroscience. The scope of topics covers general neurobiology, cognitive and affective neuroscience, as well as clinical neurology. The main outline of the conference consists of keynote lectures given by acknowledged scientists followed by parallel symposiums dedicated to cognitive and biological aspects of neurosciences, a session with clinical neuroscience presentations, as well as numerous poster presentations. Since the emphasis of Neuronus Forums is mostly placed upon on the development of young scientists, neuroscientific events are accompanied by sessions on scientific career opportunities or academic writing and reviewing. The success of the conference, apart from our efforts to maintain high scientific quality, stems from the fact that we run it in non-profit scheme.
The Neuronus conference is created by the students of Neurobiology Scientific Student Association "Neuronus" at the Jagiellonian University, Cracow. The 11th edition of Neuronus Forum is co-organized with the Psychology Students' Association of Jagiellonian University.