The International Society for the History of the Neurosciences (ISHN) was founded in Montreal on May 14, 1995. Its mission is to:
improve communication between individuals and groups interested in the history of neuroscience;
promote research in the history of neuroscience; and
promote education in and stimulate interest for the history of neuroscience.
The Journal of the History of the Neurosciences: Basic and Clinical Perspectives, the official organ of the society, is published by Taylor & Francis. Now in its eighteenth year (2009), publishing four issues per volume, the Journal provides a forum for investigations in the field of neuroscience history, as broadly defined, including the history of basic, clinical, and behavioral neurosciences, ancient and non-western topics, and significant individuals, events, and technical advances. ISHN is a focal point for those interested in neuroscience history and offers, through its journal and annual meeting, opportunities to contribute to this rapidly growing field.
Prof Marjorie Lorch
School of Social Science,History and Philosophy
Birkbeck College, University of London
43 Gordon Square, London WCIH 0PD
44+207-631-6117 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website at http://www.ishn.org
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