MNS council and bylaws

The MNS is coordinated by a board of 10 council members among which an executive committee is selected, including a president, a vice-president, a past president, a general secretary and a treasurer. According to the MNS bylaws, 5 new councilors are elected by the general assembly held during the last Mediterranean Neuroscience Conference and remain in charge for maximum two consecutive terms of 2 years each (with a council thus fully renovated every two MNS conferences).

☛ The complete bylaws of the Mediterranean Neuroscience Society can be downloaded here.

The current MNS Council and executive committee are composed by:


Liana-Fattore

Liana FATTORE (president), University of Cagliari – CNR, with expertise in Behavioural Science, Neuropsychology, Neuroscience applied to the study of cannabinoid addiction

Giuseppe-Di-Giovanni

Giuseppe DI GIOVANNI  (vice-president), University of Malta. Pathophysiology of monoaminergic systems using electrophysiological and neurochemical approaches

Marc-Landry

Marc LANDRY (past president), University of Bordeaux. Balance between excitation and inhibition in the spinal cord and its role in pain, synaptic transmission and excitability.

Youssef-Anouar

Youssef ANOUAR (general secretary), University of Rouen. Neuropeptides, neuro-endocrinology, neuronal differenciation and communication.

SaidBoujraf

Saïd BOUJRAF (treasurer), University of Fez. Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Diffusion-based Imaging, Neurological diseases, Cognitive neuroscience.

Francisco_Olucha-Bordonau

Francisco OLUCHA BORDONAU, University of Jaume I, Castello de la Plana (Spain). Neuroanatomy, Medial septum control on cognitive and emotional function.

Sherine-Abdel-Salam

Sherine ABDEL SALAM, University of Alexandria (Egypt), Behavioral neuroscience of learning, molecular neuroscience, dopamine receptors, neuropathic pain.

Azza-Sellami

Azza ABDEL SELLAMI, (Tunisian), cellular basis of temporal associations in the CA1 of the hippocampus during the formation of relational/declarative memory.

Radwa-Khalil

Radwa KHALIL (Egyptian), Jacobs University, Bremen. Computational Neuroscience, associative learning and epilepsy, decision making and basal ganglia.

Demian-Battaglia

Demian BATTAGLIA, Aix-Marseille University – CNRS. Computational and theoretical neuroscience, systems neuroscience, information theory and network analysis

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